ADB shows desks, dimmers and ALC4 at JTSE
On show alongside the new LIBERTY range will be the DOMINO 48 XT M control desk, the class-leading performer for theatre, opera house and television studio applications. Providing 48 faders in 2-preset mode or 96 faders in extended mode on the DOMINO 96 XT, or 24/48 faders on the DOMINO 48 XT, a minimum of 500 theatrical memories allows easy creation and modification of theatrical playbacks.
ADB, recently appointed as exclusive distributor in France for EGO Systems and PREGO software, will display this unique lighting control software along with associated control hardware solutions.
ADB's latest dimming technology will also be on display, in the shape of the powerful and versatile EURODIM Twin Tech modules. Capable of dimming and switching every type of stage luminaire and house lighting in one integrated cabinet, and offering exceptional efficiency in terms of cabling, the Twin Tech TTD/HD4x3/MN/4R 4x3kW 400µsec DimSwitch, TTD/HD3x5/MN/3R 3x5kW 400µsec DimSwitch and TTD/SD4x2.5/MN/4R Sine Wave modules will be at JTSE.
Completing the dimmer lineup will be the compact and popular MIKAPACK 15 6x3kW and MIKAPACK 30 12x3kW dimmers.
In a class of its own, the unique ALC4 LED cyclorama light, currently starring on the Jean Michel Jarre European tour, will be on display with a full range of all reflectors.
The new version offers the option of a continuous white colour temperature range, in addition to the seven white light presets from 2700K to Daylight 6500K. Also new is an extra menu aimed at rental companies, which allows fast restore of all functions to factory settings.
The first Cyclorama fixture of its kind in the world, it delivers exceptional energy efficiency, employing four advanced RGB+White LED light sources to deliver the equivalent of 1250W of halogen power for an actual power consumption of just 160W.
Capable of providing over 1 million shades of colour, the ALC4's light engine is colour-tuneable (RGBW) and the light is mixed in a mixing chamber, providing a perfectly homogeneous light output, eliminating coloured shadows and colour fringing.
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