GLP will be proudly giving the North American debut of the impression Spot One fixture, the most powerful and feature packed RGB LED spot fixture to hit the market. The impression Spot One features a light output equivalent to a 700W discharge lamp in color and is therefore truly useable in a wide range of applications. It contains a full feature set including 14 rotating and indexing gobos, iris, prism, focus, zoom range of 10° - 32°, effects animation wheel, and 16 bit pan and tilt. The RGB LED source retains high efficiencies, as no fragile glass color system is required. To further improve efficiencies, the baseless design reduces size, weight and transportation costs, whilst the fixture operates with near silent performance.
Also receiving its North American premiere will be the impression Meisterstuck zoom Fresnel washlight. Using a RGBW LED source, the Meisterstuck creates a single homogenized beam – with a single shadow – through its Fresnel front lens and can mix a vast range of colors and whites across an evenly distributed beam. The 9° to 33° zoom is created by moving the actual light source in a true Fresnel design, giving an extremely smooth zoom travel with consistent beam quality. The impression MeisterstÃ¼ck utilizes liquid cooling for minimal noise pollution, reducing HVAC needs and allowing placement anywhere. It also features the traditional baseless design of impression fixtures, reducing weight, size and its environmental footprint.
At the other end of the scale, the Volkslicht Zoom adds to the family of fixtures which offer a cost competitive entry point to small, fast and bright LED fixtures. The zoom version is equipped with 60 Rebel LEDs and a zoom range from 10° to 26°. Equipped with 21 green, 21 blue and 18 red LEDs it has a power consumption of only 180 watts, yet produces a very bright beam. The Volkslicht Zoom is available in white, silver or black at no extra cost and can come complete in flightcases for production work, or boxed for installation needs.
The GLP booth will be located at stand 2034.