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Plasa Focus ‐ Nashville Introducing


A1 Lighting gives you a sneak peak of who’ll be exhibiting stateside for PLASA Focus: Nashville.


PLASA Focus Nashville is the latest exhibition to have been launched by the PLASA events team. The second regional event to be held in North America, PLASA Focus Nashville will take place at the Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee from the 11th – 12th July 2012. The Nashville event is the latest in a string of PLASA Focus shows, following on from the recent PLASA Focus Austin and PLASA Focus Leeds here in the UK. The event has attracted some big names in the lighting industry.


Stand 211


Robe – Stand 211


Robe lighting Inc. is highlighting its latest ROBIN Series’ fixtures, the LED Wash 300, 600 and 1200, plus the DLX and MMX Spots and the LEDBeam 100. The LED Wash Series has been well adopted in the U.S. market and the interest continues to grow. The DLX is a very bright LED profile fixture, eagerly awaited by many users, while the LEDBeam 100 is attracting lots of interest. The Robe Inc. team sees PLASA Focus as an ideal forum for showcasing new technology. Robe values its relationships with customers. Smaller shows


offer an opportunity to spend more time with them, taking in feedback and discussing future project collaborations. www.robe.cz


Stand 321


Stand 302


Chauvet Lighting – Stand 302 CHAUVET®, a leading manufacturer of professional lighting, announces the compact wash luminaire COLORado™ 1-Quad Tour at PLASA Focus Nashville. A robust casing houses seven 10-watt RGBW quad-coloured LEDs for an overall boost in colour output with more subtle pastels and a truer white spectrum. Built-in colour temperature presets from 3,200 to 10,000K provide precise colour temperature, while five distinct dimming curves give the ability to simulate incandescent lighting. With an even and exact 11-degree beam angle, COLORado™ 1-Quad Tour punches through the brightest of stage washes. Use this silent and flicker-free luminaire with confidence in noise-sensitive environments and on camera. www.chauvetlighting.com


Opening Times


Wednesday 11 July: 10am - 5pm


Thursday 12 July: 10am - 4pm


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more information, please visit


www.plasafocus.com/ nashville


Wireless Solution – Stand 321 Wireless Solution will feature the W-DMX G4S MK2 on their stand at PLASA Focus: Nashville. This software platform includes improved adaptive frequency hopping, new Invisi-Wire MK2 with support for wireless software updates, improved Data-Safe MK2 that now supports up to 4 times redundancy of all the wireless data, RDM MK2 with custom made features for W-DMX as well as all standard RDM commands, fast discovery and support up to 128 RDM Responders and more. This completely new platform is available for a software update on all existing Micro F-1, BlackBox, WhiteBox and ProBox units already shipped via the USB Dongle. www.wirelessdmx.com


Stand 204


White Light – Stand 204


Formed in 1971 as a lighting supplier to the theatre industry, White Light has since expanded to become one of the largest lighting design, production and supply companies in Europe and worldwide. Our work encompasses everything from renting spotlights to a school play to equipping some of the most complex productions and venues in the world. We are the worldwide exclusive distributor for the fully weatherproof battery LED wireless uplighters from Core Lighting & the entertainment industry LED manufacturer i-Pix. www.whitelight.ltd.uk


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