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“ Reports from Barbizon staffers about the latest products and releases featured at the LDI 2017 Show held November 12-19, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. ”


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Clay Paky

Bright? Check. Color mixing? Check. 7-40° Zoom? Check. Winner of the Best Hard Edge LED Spot Award? Check. The Axcor 900 is the first Clay Paky spotlight to use a LED light source, instead of a traditional discharge lamp. Thanks to its considerable light output, the Clay Paky Axcor Profile 900 goes straight in at the top of its category and features the best in modern technology in every parameter: the characteristics of the white and colored light it produces, its ability to form perfectly sharp projections, and the precision micro-mechanics of its exclusive beam shaping system.

And to back up the Axcor 900, the K-Eye HCR provides more than enough support. The K-EYE HCRis a LED wash light which provides total control over the quality of all forms of white or colored light. The new HCR technology used in the K-EYE is an exclusive electronic platform developed by Clay Paky in conjunction with Osram to meet the needs of lighting designers all over the world who were not fully satisfied with the performance of LED devices in comparison with traditional lamps, in particular because of their incomplete color range, poor color rendering index and lack of consistency. All these limitations have been overcome in the K-EYE HCR, and it is finally possible to produce every color, every nuance and every shade with satisfactory quality. The heart of the K-EYE HCR wash light is a LED light source consisting of a module with six colors: besides the three “classic” basic red, green and blue colors, Clay Paky has added amber, cyan and lime. This exclusive Clay Paky device provides a very wide color range with excellent color spectrum coverage.



https://www.claypaky.it

Clear Com

Clear-Com’s new version 4.0 of the LQ-Series interfaces are available as a compact box or a 1RU panel; that can connect 2-wire, 4-wire and 4-wire with GPIO audio and call signaling over IP networks. LQ Series devices can also connect to Eclipse HX frames via the IVC-32-HX interface card over LAN, WAN and Internet. Agent-IC and SIP/VoIP connectivity can be added. The LQ Series also provides extra I/O ports to HelixNet systems, and you can configure from one CCM browser tool. It’s Networked Control Events feature moves control signals from one or more end-points to any end-point on the same channel.

http://www.clearcom.com/

Coemar

This year Coemar debuted their new 6-color LEDko engine: Red, Green, Blue, White (5600K), Lime & Phosphor Corrected Amber. Thegoal in mind is an all-in-one fixture for Studio & Theatrical applications - a fixture capable of intensely saturated colors without sacrificing the punch of the whites. The purpose of the Lime and PC Amber is to help flesh out the Red, Green and Yellow spectrum as well as producing high CRI's above 94 throughout the range of whites. Depending on the mode it's used in, the new LEDko FS6 can be used as a color changing, variable white (2700K - 6500K) or an all-in-one fixture!

Also new to the product line are an LED Spot and Fresnel moving head. The LEDko TM FS6 uses the same 6-color engine as in the LEDko F6 in addition to the characteristics expected in an intelligent profile: Zoom (13-38 degrees), Internal Framing Shutters, Iris, Frost Filter, Pan & Tilt. The LEDko TM Fresnel is available in either Tunable Tungsten (2700K - 4100K) or Tunable Daylight (4100K - 6500K), both of which include RGBW LED chips, Green/Magenta manipulation, Proportional Zoom (13-65 degrees), Internal Barndoor Framing System, Pan & Tilt. These will begin shipping in Q1 2018.

Coemar had several products come out more suited to the architectural markets, including the Pixel LED, ParLite ACL and LEDko EXT II. The idea behind the Pixel Light is a RGBW IP65 rated fixture that can be quickly assembled through either magnetic or mechanical connection to form any kind of composition. Think legos with lights! The ParLite ACL is a very punchy parlite with a 3 degree narrow beam for uplighting from a distance. The LEDko EXT is a completely IP65 rated LED profile with 13-40 degree zoom, gobo holder and internal shutters, available in RGBW, Daylight or Tungsten.

Last but not least, Coemar came out with an economical solution for upgrading tungsten fresnels to LED while preserving your existing dimming system. Coemar's 1K retrofit is available in Tungsten or Daylight with CRIs above 90 and flicker-free dimming from 100-10%. Though only available in a 1K engine with an optional G38 adapter for use in 2K, Coemar plans to introduce a 650w engine by the end of the year and a true 2K retrofit sometime in 2018.

http://www.coemar.com/

Da-Lite, a Milestone AV Technology Brand

Fast-Fold NXT is a stronger, faster and simpler screen system for rental and staging environments. The re-invented design features a stronger extrusion, hinge, and corner as well as new height adjustment that allows the viewing area to be raised and lowered easily. A new case design upgrades the storage and transport capabilities and provides a foldable 4K-ready surface. The Fast-Fold NXT also offers new surface formulation and binding, with clips used for surface attachment, RF weld for clean lines, and a vinyl binding for easier attachment and flexibility.

https://www.milestone.com/products/da-lite

Dazian

Dazian introduced their Celtic line as an alternative to duvetyn. It is much like a banjo lightweight fabric. It is popular for more pipe and drape and masking. It is available in black, blue, red and white. List price is about $12.25 per yard. They can also do printing on this fabric. They purchased two new printing machines and can do true printing up to 16’.


https://www.dazian.com/

DeSisti

At LDI this year DeSisti showed redesigned and upgraded versions of their popular lighting line. Their SoftLEDs have been re-engineered so that the fixtures have a smaller profile for low ceiling studios & location use. Reflectors have been eliminated and nowuse an aluminum extrusion for the housing giving a compact yet rugged design. The original remote phosphor technology has been replaced with fixed white chips, affording the fixture 50% more output while retaining CRIs greater than 95. All four sizes of the new SoftLED are available in fixed daylight, tungsten, or variable white (2700K - 6500K).

DeSisti has also added the F4.7 into our line of 6" & 10" Variable White (2700K - 6500K) fresnels. This is our 650W tungsten / 200W HMI equivalent.

The fresnel line features upgraded the chips in several of the LED Fresnels: the F10 chip has been bumped up from 165W to 181W making it a true 2K Tungsten/700W HMI equivalent. The F14 has been bumped up from 365W to 400W giving outputs equivalent to a 3K Tungsten / 1.2K HMI and introduced the F14 High Power which uses a 600W chip giving outputs equal to a 4K Tungsten / 1.8K HMI.

DeSisti also showed a line of Track Mount fixtures, using the same track as other manufacturers. The 3" Piccoletto, F4.7 Fresnel and SoftLED 1 units make a great solution for light labs, teleconferencing, non-traditional studio spaces, and museum applications.

http://www.desisti.it/

Doug Fleenor Design

Hot on the heels of last year’s DMX Kegerator, at the home of Dr DMX this year, not only could you duel your friends in a Battle-Bot style arena with balloon-popping robots controlled by lighting consoles (I chose the Gio over the Apathy and Avolight options), but the Hawaiian shirt crew was showing several new products, including the E2E. The"Ethernet to Ethernet" interface is a lighting protocol conversion device with support for four universes of data. The input and output connections may use completely separate networks simultaneously, or transmit and receive on the same network using a switch. An internal web server provides configuration options on each port. The in and out ports may be configured to use E1.31 sACN, draft sACN, Artnet, Strand Shownet, and KiNeT. Universe numbering may be selected for each of the individual four channels. DHCP or IPv4 fixed addressing may be set individually on input and output. I know we’ve all had to reconfigure our sACN network for that ONE Artnet-only device. This is your get-out-of-jail-free card.

Also of particular interest was the new Decelerator featuring a “choose your speed” option (slow, medium, fast), as well as a bypass mode making this a true 1-to-1 opto-isolator.

Fleenor has also updated their relay pack with an Ethernet native option. Milton was very proud to have included most of the custom options he has cooked up over the years in the base model of this new version - such as momentary mode, latch lock, threshold setting, to name a few.

http://www.dfd.com/

Doughty Engineering USA Inc.

Doughty debuted their newest product, the Space Saver Omega. This new product will give people the ability to leave their clamps and hanging brackets installed on fixtures when riding in road cases. This product will not only save countless hours during load-ins and load-outs but will also save money by not having to buycustom cases that have headroom for clamps to ride in transit.

http://www.doughty-usa.com/

Dove Systems

This year at LDI Dove had a handy tool that could come in useful for some applications, an 8 Channel DMX to Analog Interface.

The MTX-DE8-WM decodes signals from DMX control desks to analog dimmers, LED, and fluorescent lighting fixtures whose drivers / ballasts accept 0 to +10VDC dimming control. It is used to integrate controllers into theatrical or television lighting systems. The decoder is mounted on a wall, and each driver is connected to one of eight channels on the internal terminal strip. Up to 64 decoders may be chained together for systems of up to 512 fixtures. A thumbwheel switch on the front panel selects the starting channel, and an LED indicates the presence of the DMX signal.

Features:


  • Compatible with USITT DMX-512

  • Standard 0 to +10VDC output

  • Eight channels

  • Terminal strip outputs

  • Thumbwheel starting channel select switch

  • DMX in and out

  • DMX termination switch

  • Load test function

  • Wall mount (screws not included)

  • 120/240V 50/60Hz 25mA power input

  • Dim. 9.25" X 3.20" X 3.00"

  • Wt. 1.5 pounds

  • One year warranty


http://www.dovesystems.com/

Draper

Drapers stand at LDI this year had some interesting products, especially as the use of projected video content is being used more and more.

TheireProfile + is a redesign of the popular Profile screen by Draper. The many new features include being the largest of it’s kind in the industry up 30’ wide with a bezel of only ½” or even zero edge, it can look like it’s floating. There are no mullions on this screen either, these screens can be put together with multiples screens with zero separation. You could add LED’s around the edge to create a dramatic effect.

These screens ship unassembled for easier transportation to the final location. No fighting to get them up stairs, around corners, through doorways, or any of the other difficult roadblocks for large format screens.

Viewing surfaces for this screen are plentiful from the TecVision and OptiFlex families.

Ambient Light Rejecting Surface- CS1200X ALR- Draper has worked with TecVision to create screen surfaces that actually reject ambient light, making it easier to project in multiple atmospheres. This particular screem CS1200X ALR was designed for spaces with high ambient light and narrow viewing angles. The throw distance for best brightness is 1.8:1 or longer. For the best viewing it is best if the closest seat is 2x the height of the image from the screen.

Not new at LDI but new to me were the MS1000X ALR that rejects 73% of ambient light and is best for moderate viewing angles. Also XH900X ALR which rejects 60% of ambient light and wide viewing angles. All of these surfaces are 8k ready, they can also come perforated and Nano perforated for 4K ready.

Draper has long been a supplier of video conferencing equipment. This year they introduced the Video Conferencing Camera Lift-Ceiling. This lift will Conceal the camera in the ceiling until it is needed. The lift installs behind the screen. After reading the installation manual it seems very easy to install. The case is compactly built for larger cameras handling up to 15lbs. The travel on the scissor arm is 0”-120”. This product joins Drapers line of Camera lifts for video conferencing.

Stage Screen- is a system for building large format screen frames, either free-standing or flown. The interchangeable parts can be sued together to build frames of various sizes and shapes, providing flexibility in constructing your frame. The 8” truss section provides a durable stronger frame than traditional folding screens. Custom sizes are available. The maximum size is 120’ wide. The frame can come in either silver anodized or black. The pieces are color coded for easy assembly with no hinges or snaps. They are connected using permanently attached threaded links and guide pins.

The viewing surface attaches via the Duraloop bungee cord. This provides a self-centering flat viewing surface. This system is very impressive and easy to use.

https://www.draperinc.com



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