Aside from its range of lighting equipment for theatre, opera and corporate event markets, Robert Juliat will be previewing two exciting new profile ranges at Prolight & Sound 2012 in readiness for their launch later in the year.
On the stand will be the mighty Lancelot 4000W HTI stadium effects projector, the highly successful 1800W MSR Victor followspot and, just to show that LED has not completely replaced tungsten, the Cink 325LF 2000W tungsten Fresnel which adds the perfect ‘traditional touch' to any lighting design. And, one year after the first occasion, the Robert Juliat stand will be lit using the low power, high output, award-winning Aledin fixtures which have led the way in LED profile design.
Robert Juliat previews two new ranges of profile spots
Are you looking for a brighter lighting solution? Does your project need smaller, compact lighting fixtures?
After successfully introducing the first framing spotlight with integrated LED light engine in 2010, Robert Juliat is now previewing two innovative ranges of profile spots that combine excellent dimming with homogenous projection quality.
The first solution has evolved from the award-winning Aledin LED profile (winner of the PLASA Award for Innovation 2010) and is designed to offer a higher light output - equivalent to a 1000W tungsten profile spot - together with very low power consumption. This new LED profile incorporates an innovative 150W LED engine, three zoom ranges and the option to integrate wireless DMX.
The second range of new profiles presents a compact and lightweight solution in a visionary, modern design. Offering a choice of LED, tungsten or discharge sources, it features an outstanding and unique optical design that allows two different zoom ranges in one single unit and the option to integrate wireless DMX technology into the LED version. It also accepts a comprehensive range of tungsten lamps from 300W to 650W.
Designed for ergonomic perfection, optical and mechanical excellence, these two new ranges of profiles feature a better colour rendering index and can suit every application from the smallest theatre to the largest spectacular.
Both ranges will be previewed on the Robert Juliat stand in Hall 11.00 Booth C77. Come and be amongst the first to appraise them.
For more information visit the Robert Juliat website at www.robertjuliat.fr