Multiform Lighting will be exhibiting at the Pro Light and Sound show in Frankfurt, April 6th - 9th on Stand D39 in Hall 11, the stand of their German distributor World-Media Showtechnik GmbH.The stand will be manned by Jurgen Hutmacher, Markus Grimm and Dirk Linnenweber
Adding to their expanding range of professional LED lighting systems they will be releasing the high power fully featured MultiSpot GII. Available in 2 versions the HP3 (RGB - 90watts) and the HP5 (RGBAW - 70 watts), both luminaires use a convection cooled diecast case suitable for inside (IP20) and outside (IP65) applications. For indoor use the device is provided with XLR5 and Neutrik PowerCon connectors. These are replaced by waterproof PG9 glands supplied for outdoor situations.
A dual-purpose hanging bracket provides for floor standing or suspension from a truss or lighting bar. Also available are user changeable lens panels with different beam angles.
The switched mode power supply with wide-range input and PFC enables the MultiSpot GII to operate on almost any mains supply. In addition the temperature of the LED panel is monitored by the MCU with an automatic limiter to prevent overheating.
At the rear is a large LCD control panel with 5 push buttons to select - DMX or Master/Slave operating mode - Sound-to-light mode - 19 preset colours - 23 preset colour fades - adjustable dimmer curve - adjustable white balance - adjustable modulation frequency for full TV-camera compliance.
DMX control can be set to RGB or advanced HSL ( Hue,Saturation,Lightness ) mode with either combined or separated dimmer/strobe channels.
MultiSpot GII HP3
Designed for use as a medium range flood light, this luminaire has 30 x 3W Single chip RGB MulTriLEDs producing 3550 lumens with a beam angle of 35 deg. This provides a very bright uniform colour output which can be controlled in either RGB or advanced HSL colour mixing mode using 1 of 4 DMX control modes..
MultiSpot GII HP5
This luminaire uses 8x1W Red + 6x3W Green + 6x3W Blue + 8x1W Amber + 6x3W White LEDs to produce 2600 lumens and the widest range of colour control including subtle pastel shades. The beam angle is 25deg but can be changed to 10 deg or 40 deg using alternative lens panels. The flexible DMX control scheme has 6 DMX control modes, from RGB through RGBAW and HSL, with either combined or separated dimmer/strobe channels