Clay Paky ALEDA range debut at ProLight+Sound

Friday, 2 March 2012
Clay Paky ALEDA range debut at ProLight+SoundGlowUp - a portable battery-powered accent uplight
Germany Among the new Clay Paky products making their international debut at ProLight+Sound is the new A.LEDA LED moving head range. The line consists of three models with wide fast pan and tilt movements: 100 W, 300 W and 600 W approx. The 100 W model has a fixed 6° aperture, whereas the two more powerful models have a 8°-40° zoom, which makes them suitable for use in more professional environments.

This line is a valid alternative to discharge-lamp washlights of equal power, with all the benefits of LED lights: intense, highly vivid saturated-tone colours, light-weight, energy saving, longer light source life, and lower operating and maintenance costs.

All the models in the ALEDA line are fitted with advanced electronics, have a compact light-weight design, and can be easily adapted to all areas of application. The effects section comes complete with dimmer and stop/strobe effect.

Joining the ranks of the Alpha range is the Alpha Spot QWO 800, a new 800W spotlight packed with features: a self-focusing zoom with a 7° to 55° range; the Dyna-Cue Creator, capable of creating complex animations with minimum programming; an animation wheel for video-like projections; last but not least the fixture is very noise-free.

Events and exhibition companies will be interested in GlowUp, a portable, battery-powered, accent uplight that removes the headache of cabling - dramatically reducing set-up time, while saving money and improving safety. GlowUp shines brightly for 10 hours, recharges in four, and has an adjustable 15°-30° beam. Control can be done in a variety of ways, either via cable or wirelessly.

Also on display willbe Igloo, a fully outdoor enclosure that allows sub-700W moving lights to operate in the most severe weather conditions. Igloo comes with onboard wireless DMX receiver, and a unique system that automatically maintains internal temperature above 0°C and below 35°C.

(Jim Evans)

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