Orlando, FL-based Techni-Lux, on the web at www.techni-lux.com, has added to its product lineup. The Servo Spot 575 and the Servo Color 575 build off the Servo Spot 250 and the Servo Color 250, released in January; the Spot 250 was part of April LD’s Product News. The company reports that the units “can be used in virtually any type of setting or application, the only limit being one’s own imagination.”

Features of the Servo Spot 575 (below) include pan of 530° and tilt of 280° for reaching every area within a venue; its DMX protocol offers 8 or 16 bits resolution for precise positioning. Smooth and precise movement at any speed is easily achieved using high-resolution stepper motors, Techni-Lux says.

The firm adds that its double condenser lens system and efficient parabolic mirror reflector create high lumen output. Other features are a motorized multi-step zoom with three different apertures (15, 18 and 22°), remote controlled motorized focus, variable size iris, the tri-faceted rotating prism for 3D effects, a combined shutter/dimmer allowing smooth dimming and strobe effect (1-10 flashes per second), pre-programmed variable/random iris pulse effect, and automatic blackout feature while moving head or changing effects.

A dual color wheel system produces multiple color combinations: nine dichroic filters plus white, and six dichroic colors plus white with two correction filters and UV blacklight. Over 64 colors and semi colors can be created by use of the correction filters. Dual gobo wheels work for effect superimposing: nine static metal gobos and open with gobo shake function, and three rotating metal gobos with one glass and two multicolor dichroic gobos and open. The interchangeable and 360° indexable rotating gobos, with position memory, create many multi-colored effects and color combinations.

Other features include an advanced display for access to multi-function menus, built-in demo sequence and diagnostics, quiet fan cooling with adjustable speed, self-reset thermo-fuse and automatic pan/tilt position correction. It has the MSR 575/2 lamp already included with a remote lamp switch. It is easily mounted with its universal mounting plate and handles and weighs 79lbs.

The Servo Color 575 wash unit (below) also pans 530° and tilts 280° for reaching every area within a venue and its DMX protocol offers 8 or 16 bits resolution for precise positioning. Smooth and precise movement at any speed is easily achieved using high-resolution stepper motors, the firm says.

A 200mm motorized fresnel lens with anti-reflection coating sets to a beam angle from 7-28°. Other features are automatic blackout while moving head or changing effects, frost filter, adjustable beam-shaping (oval beam can rotate 90°), full CYM subtractive color mixing, rainbow effect in both directions, a motorized color wheel with eight dichroic filters, two CTO colors, blacklight (UV) and one additional open, a combined shutter/dimmer for very gradual dimming and strobe effect (1-10 flashes per second) as well as preprogrammed variable/random strobe and dimmer pulse effects.

Other features include an advanced display for access to multi-function menus, built-in demo sequence and diagnostics, quiet fan cooling with adjustable fan speed, variable pan/tilt movement speed for ease of programming, and automatic pan/tilt position correction. It has the MSR 575/2 lamp already included and remote lamp switch. It is also easily mounted with its universal mounting plate and handles and weighs 79lbs.