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Ayrton

Ayrton displayed their recently launched Bora™S and Khamsin™S fixtures, along with previewsof their new Diablo™S, Diablo™TC, Merak™S, and Merak™TC automated fixtures. TheBora™Sis a new high output, low power LED wash light, complete with gobo projection and framing capabilities. Its optical efficiency delivers an output of 38,000lm from an 8000K white LED engine using just 750W. Ideal for large-scale venues, outdoor and indoor arenas, it features a 178mm PC front lens, 8:1 zoom delivering a beam range of 8° to 64°, full field framing, iris, rotating gobo wheel, two colour wheels, and full CMY + CTO colour system with a CRI greater than 70. The Khamsin™S automated LED profile spotlight outputs massive 39,000lm, using the same 750W white LED engine as Bora-S. Features include two rotating gobo wheels, an animation wheel, full field framing, two prisms, iris, two frosts, one fixed color wheel, and a full CMY + linear CTO color system, plus a 9:1 zoom with a 6.5° to 56° beam range. TC versions of both Bora and Khamsin with TM30 results over 90 are available on request so customers can choose between the “TC-version” (True Colour) with high color rendering performance, or opt for maximum output with the “S-Version” (Stage). Diablo™TCandDiablo™S are due for release early 2019, Diablo-TC offers a 14,000-lumen output calibrated at 7000K with a CRI greater than 90; the high output version, Diablo-S, offers a 17,000-lumen output, 8000K white light source and a native CRI greater than 70. Both models have 8:1 zoom optics giving 6.7° to 53° beam range; sophisticated CMY color mixing, variable CTO, a fixed color wheel with 7 complementary colors, an indexable rotating gobo wheel with 7 glass gobos, a graphic animation wheel, iris, frost, and full framing system. Power consumption is just 300W. Merak™TCandMerak™S wash luminaires were also previewed. Small in size, Merak-TC outputs 13,000 lumens from a 300W, 7000K white source and has a greater than 90 CRI. Merak-S is the high output version of Merak-TC and delivers a 16,000-lumen output from its 300W, 8000K source which aligns it with an 800W/1000W discharge fixtures. Here's a video of their LDI 2018 presentation. https://www.ayrton.eu/

Barco

Barco came to LDI with some big, bright new projectors. BARCO’s XDL-4K75 projector is a 75,000 lumens, 4k, 3-chip DLP RGB laser large venue projector. It features REC 2020 colors, signal flexibility up to 120 Hz, and reduced installation time through zero alignment. It’s compatible with existing Barco XLD+ lenses and has an expected lifetime of 20,000 hours. At the show, they featured a custom PRG rig for the unit, allowing for different installation positions. Barco’s UDX-4k32 projector is a 31,000 lumens, 4k UHD, 3-chip DLP laser phosphor large venue projector. The projector’s Constant Light Output (CLO) functionality also guarantees peace of mind by providingconstant brightness and colorover time. The unique FLEX² feature will allow you to tune and lock your brightness and resolution to a specific show. You'll now need fewer projectors to cover a wider range of brightness levels and resolutions. At the show, this projector was paired with Barco’s TLD+ lens 90 degree Ultra Short Throw. This lens is exclusively designed to be used on the Barco projector series UDX, HDX, and HDF. The lens output is 90° turned. This allows an optimal use of the vertical shift range when projecting to the left seen from the rear side of the projector. This lens is designed for ultra short throw video performance. Lens shift +/-150%, depending on projector type. https://www.barco.com/en/products/projectors

Baxter Controls

Best Boy 2Baxter Controls, the creator of the Pocket Console, rolls out the new Best Boy 2. The Best Boy 2 that has all the same features of the Best Boy but is lighter, waterproof, and is $200 less than the original Best Boy. The BB2 is similar to the Best Boy in that it has the Pocket Console enclosed in the plastic carrier. The box has been redesigned to allow the 9V battery to be accessed without needing to open the Pocket Console enclosure. The case also holds the power adapter to allow the console to be powered via 120VAC power. https://dmx2go.com/

BB&S Lighting

BB&S introduced the Area 48 color this year at LDI this year. The Area 48 color uses 150 watts and 12,000-lumen output as well as delivers stunning saturated and tinted colors and clean white light in both ends of the spectrum with high CRI. The Area 48 color is color tweaking with white LEDs ( bicolor ) and in addition to that, RGB has been added. Area 48 color has an onboard touch screen for local control and of course, runs on DMX / RDM as well. There is a full range of DOP choice softboxes, snap grids and diffusers available for the Area 48 color. Features are: – High CRI all through the white range – Full (light) power in 5600K and 3200K – RGB + white + white – Excellent for strobing – Lightweight – Compact – High-quality LEDs with extreme binning system – White light range between 1800 and 10.000 Kelvin. – Plus / minus green, plus/minus magenta setting. – excellent dimming 16 bit from 0,001% to 100 % – Totally flicker-free, can be used for real high-speed shoots. – Superfast synced strobe https://www.bbslighting.com/

Blizzard Pro

Blizzard rolled out four new fixtures in theirWilly Wonka-themed booth at LDI. The N-Trance is a moving head fixture with a direct view ring of LEDs on the front edge to enhance the visual impact of the unit. N-Trance's 90W white 7000k LED sports a narrow 2deg beam and the fixture's LED Ring sports bling with 86pcs of direct view RGB LEDs with Full pixel mapping capabilities The Super G 150is a150W 7500K color temp main beam with a12deg projection angle. It has a 7 color + white color wheel, 1 static gobo wheel w/ 7 gobos, 1 rotating gobo wheel with space for 6 gobos, 3 facet prism, and can operate in auto and sound activated modes. Blizzard also introduced the Red Stone line of fixtures. The 440 Profileis a framing CMY moving headwith a 440W 7500K cool white LED engine, full CMY color mixing, and a linear CTO color correction. There is also a7 color + open color wheel w/ half colors7 glass gobo + open. For accurate beam control, there are 8 blade framing shutters, Iris and for effects, there is a rotating prism plus frost filter. To cut down on wires the 440 has built-in Wireless DMX , and wiredDMX, RDM, Art-NET. There was also the 240WZ Wash moving head with RGBW LEDs, a zoom range of5deg – 70deg, rotating prism beam effects, and5 dimming modes w/ 4 dimming curves. Like the other Red Stone fixtures, it has wireless DMX and wired DMX, RDM, Art-NET. https://www.blizzardpro.com/

Canto USA

RETRO-Passive fixtures that go from 0-100% phase dimmable (forward and back) variable wattage LED 2700K-5000K, 80-97 CRI engine designed for SCR, TRIAC, or IGBT dimmers. It has been designed with a fanless light engine is a direct replacement of existing incandescent lamps in a wide range of applications. Specific socket adapters enable simple installation which can be as easy as changing a light bulb in most applications. They come in E26, E39, PAR56, PAR64 bases, and custom sizes, mounts, and for all applications. The Retro line is a CSA listed, Energy Star 2.0 retrofit kit that quickly transforms existing inefficient incandescent fixtures into energy efficient LED fixtures. The patented technology allows the fixture to smoothly dim from 0-100% utilizing existing dimming technology. Retrofit kits are available with a variety of options for both recessed and pendant style fixtures. Installation is as easy, and the LED technology creates even fields and delivers consistent color. The Tango is the latest addition to the line of followspots. The Tango is very lightweight that can be carried by one person. The LDR’s new long-throw fixture comes in 1200, 1500, or 2000 MSR uses the Philips Fast Fit (FF) lamp. The fast fit lamp is a rear or side-loaded system that allows the fast replacement of the lamp with no tools required. Accessories include the iris diaphragm and seven-disc color changer, plus HD tripod stand with bearing mount for stable and smooth operation. Great for schools, universities, professional theater, touring and houses of worship.

CAST Software

The team at CAST Software has been working on Black Trax for 10 years and their efforts have really paid off. The new Black Trax server is loaded with features that can be used in every production environment. Black Trax uses motion capture cameras to detect light pulses from tiny infrared beacons. The Black Trax Server uses these pulses to calculate the exact location of the subject in a 3D environment. This information can then be transmitted to all kinds of external devices such as: moving lights, audio systems, Pan Tilt Zoom Cameras, gaming consoles, and media servers. The end result is the ability to seamlessly incorporate all of these products into one spectacular high tech performance. https://cast-soft.com/

CBI

This year CBI had a full range of their cable products on display. Cables of note on display were the Cat6 snake where each channel is individually shielded. This offers a lot of flexibility since you can choose how many universes to carry on the line. Their line of Cat5E cable boasts being built to all the Cat6 specifications except for the jacketing, giving it more the feel of a traditional audio cable. The always useful MTPD line of cables, combining power and data, was there with jacketed and unjacketed versions. Another place their cable was “on display” was the MT4 Cat6 shielded cable used for control in the outdoor control booth. http://www.cbicables.com

ChamSys

Chamsys, a sister company to Chauvet Professional unveiled their new Quick Q series control desks. Unlike the previous Chamsys consoles, these consoles are designed for easy use, easy setup and high affordability. The Quick Q comes in three sizes: Quick Q 10, Quick Q 20, and Quick Q 30. Chamsys QuickQ20The Quick Q10 single universe console comes with a 9.7” touchscreen, 5pin XLR and a network port for DMX communication, 20 fixture faders, two encoders for Hue/Saturation control, 2 USB ports, 1/8” jack for an audio interface, a single Grandmaster, two master faders and a cue stack fader. Other features include a full-color wheel, communication over sACN, ArtNet, and Pathport. The console does allow one external touchscreen monitor and includes visualizer software for easy visualization of programming. This console also allows the ability to connect any smartphone or tablet over WiFi for handheld operation. The Quick Q20 is similar to the 10, however with the addition of a second universe, 4 attribute encoders, and 10 multiple function playbacks, it is designed more for the use of moving light programming. Finally, the Quick Q30 tops off the line with a 4 universe, 3 5Pin XLR ports, 40 fixture faders, a fader for intensity control, and full MIDI and MIDI timecode support. All three of these consoles have a scheduled availability of December 2018. <ahref="https://www.w3schools.com/html/">chamsyslighting.com</a>

Chauvet Professional

Chauvet Professional introduced new IP65 related fixtures. The Maverick Storm 1 Wash presents itself with a blasting output of 6,000 lumens, which makes it brighter than the Rogue 2 fixture. The RGBW fixture with its stunning aerial effects, effective pixel mapping feature, and a large variety of gobos makes it a great fixture for outdoor events. With an 11 degree to 42-degree zoom, it is sure to successfully light up any size event or show. Continuing with the IP65 fixtures, Chauvet Professional has also released the WELL Pad; a completely wireless, battery-powered up-light. This RGBA fixture communicated over W-DMX and easily stores in a drop-in case for easy recharging—6 hours to recharge for 9 hours of use at full output. A magnetic diffuser included with the fixture increases the beam angle from 22 degrees to 27 degrees. These fixtures like the previous WELL products are sold in multiples—4 units with the charging case. With the increasing use of LED tape, Chauvet Professional has released their IP67 rated version called the EPIX Flex 20. This 5-meter strip operates with the EPIX Flex Drive, which can control up to 8 EPIX Flex strips. With the additional ability to pixel-map, this highly flexible and extremely customizable strip is sure to be a competitor in the market. It includes 10 sets of mounting brackets and screws and a termination kit. Also drawing widespread interest were the new collection of Ovation products, including 6-inchOvation Fresnels (the RGBA-LimeOvation F-415FC, theOvation F-415VW, and theOvation F-145WW), as well as four new pars:

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