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Altman Lighting

altman-boothAltman – This year’s Altman booth was built around their core LED products.

Spectra Cycs and Chalice units provided wash and down light accents. New to the booth this year were a few notable products which include the Altman PHX1 150w, the Pegasus, and the recently released Gallery series fixtures.

imagephxprofileThe Altman PHX1 150w is the convection cooled version of the PHX2 250w. For those environments where fan noise is a deal breaker, the PHX1 150w solves this issue. The unit is available in all the same configurations as the PHX2 (RGBA, RGBW, 3k, 5k, 3k/5k variable) and with the same options for 5, 10, 19, 26, 36 and 50 degree barrels. The light output is comparable to slightly less than a HPL575 source.

Speaking of the HPL lamp, did you know you can convert many of your older Altman fixtures including the 65Q to an HPL source? If you have Altman fixtures that you would like to change over to HPL lamps, contact your Barbizon sales person to check if there is a retrofit kit available for your fixture.

For those who missed the Pegasus Fresnel last year, it was on display again this year. The Pegasus is a truly versatile fixture with its 15-85 degree zoom and ability to function as either a mains dim or DMX dim unit. The Pegasus is available in 2700k, 3000k, 4000k and 5000k. The 6” and 8” will take the standard 6” and 8” Fresnel accessories including barn doors and top hats that may already be in your stock.

alt-galleryFinally, the newest fixture to the booth was the new Gallery series. Available in a profile, beam wash or flood option and the standard variations of color temperatures. The profile units come in either a 15-35 degree or 25-50 degree zoom. The Gallery series provides a sleeker looking fixture for those museum or upscale architectural projects. Dimming options include mains dim, DMX/RDM, 0-10v or DALI. The Gallery series can be used along with Altman’s Smart Track or in a portable, pendant or surface mount set up.

http://www.altmanlighting.com/

Chauvet Professional

On the Pro line Chauvet has developed a whole array of new lights in pretty much all areas including; Pars, Ellipsoidals, Batten lights, and Movers.

For the Pars, they now offer the “COLORado Solo Series” with the designation of “1”, “2”, and “3”. Each using the equivalent of LED RGBW 60 Watt Chips these fixtures are bright but consistent across the line. They all have motorized zooms on them which is handy when you do not want to get up on a ladder to swap lenses. Depending on the unit you should expect to get between 8 thru 55 degs range. Their faces are completely homogenized so gone are the days of looking at all those different colored LEDs. The best part is that these fixtures are outdoor rated (IP65) which is great if you are using them for events outdoors.

Chauvet OvationIn the Ellipsoidal line they have greatly added to their selection. Most units still use their RGBA-Lime LEDs which give you lots of possibilities for color, but their newer models now boast an output of close to a 750 Watt equivalent HPL lamp! Units can now come with HD lenses designed by Chauvet in 14, 19, 26, 36, and 50 deg options. They were proud to say that their lenses perform as good if not better than anyone’s on the market right now.

The “Ovation B” series fill are new batten fixtures that boast a bunch of groundbreaking features such as an RGBA-Lime color system and the incorporation of RDM, Art-Net™ and sACN plus standard DMX for programming and networking options. A 60 deg holographic filter is included and locks into place so the fixture can be used in any orientation with no worry about the filter sliding out. The units come in a variety of lengths from 1’-6’ long.

Their new moving light line is called “Maverick” and it includes a Spot, Wash, and Hybrid fixtures. Depending on your needs you have a lot of options at your fingertips. Fixtures are powered by either a 440 or 480 watt engine and boast advanced optics, dazzling effects, and stunning output. You can choose from DMX, sACN, Art-Net, or W-DMX for control.

www.chauvetprofessional.com

Electronic Theatre Controls

14715613_10153788658225946_2889833231113460018_oIn addition to the new, evolved logo reveal at LDI - ETC had some interesting new things to show off.

Gio @5™ brings the high-end control of the larger Eos® family consoles to venues with smaller booths – or smaller budgets.

ETC Gio @5This portable console packs all the control necessities into a compact footprint, so external monitors and accessories are optional. With an articulating, 17-inch, multi-touch LCD display, five definable and page-able motorized faders and a master fader pair, Gio @5 is the perfect step up for Ion® users who want expanded hands-on access to playbacks, color control, touchscreen Magic Sheets and more.

Key features of the Gio @5 console include:


  • The Gio/Eos Ti® facepanel layout, including the backlit keys, master fader pair, and fader controls keys

  • 5 60mm motorized faders and associated controls/displays

  • 1 integral, 17-inch, articulating multi-touch monitor

  • 2 sets of controls keys along the left side of the display

  • 2 network ports (Non-PSE) and 4 Hardline DMX/RDM ports

  • 1 Littlite port

  • Contact closures for remote triggers

  • Output capacities from 2K to 32K, upgradable in 1K increments

  • Support for up to two external high-resolution multi-touch monitors

  • Compatibility with all Eos family accessories


Also in the booth was the ColorSource Consoles - including the AV version that does basic audio and video cues.

sensor-iqSensor IQ277V brings the function and form-factor of the current 120V Sensor IQ to a broader market. With options for 15-, 20-, and 30-amp one-pole hydraulic-magnetic breakers, this panel is ideal for commercial facilities such as arenas, stadiums, and convention centers. These panels will soon be available in 240V models for the non-CE international markets.

Also making its first appearance at LDI was be the Source 4WRD™retrofit, which transforms full-sized conventional Source Four® fixtures into LED luminaires.

cs-linear-irid-fpzIn fixtures, there was the brand-new ColorSource® Linear striplight. LDI show attendees also got demos of the Irideon™ FPZ architectural luminaire, the GDS CueSystem cue light system, and the Prodigy® P75 Self Climber hoist.

http://www.etcconnect.com

Lightronics

Lightronics fxle1232wLightronics introduced the new FXLE1232W Warm WhiteDimmable LEDEllipsoidal Lighting Fixture, an addition to their existing FXLE1260W Daylight unit. The FXLE1232W is a 3200K LED ellipsoidal fixture that operates in either automatic standalone control or DMX-512 modes. The unit is constructed with a High Impact Plastic Housing, draws 150W and is available in 19°, 26°, 36° and 50° Beam Spreads.

fxle1260wb_1webLooking for something more colorful? The FXLD2512B5I6 LED Wash Lighting Fixture Bar with 12x25W LED in linear form or the FXLD1018FRP5I LED PAR with 18 x 10W provide RGBW 5 in 1 color LEDS to put a creative splash of color on your stage or set.

http://www.lightronics.com



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