PLASA 2018: Ayrton to launch two LED fixtures
Monday, 3 September 2018
ayrtonforwebAyrton will launch the brand new Khamsin-S (left) and Bora-S at the PLASA Show
UK - Ayrton will unveil two new lighting fixtures and showcase others in the UK for the first time as it exhibits on stand K40 at PLASA 2018 on 16-18 September.
The French lighting manufacturer will launch the Bora-S wash and the Khamsin-S spot, two low-power LED fixtures that are also up for PLASA Awards for Innovation.
Bora-S is a high-output, low-power LED washlight that delivers 38,000lm output from an 8,000K white LED engine of just 750W. Ayrton says its performance surpasses that of any other LED fixture in its class, and 1500W/1700W discharge fixtures at a fraction of the power consumption. Bora-S is ideal for large scale venues and outdoor and indoor arenas, but it's also fully featured with a 178mm PC front lens, a 8:1 zoom delivering a beam range of 8° to 64°, full field framing, an iris, a rotating gobo wheel,two colour wheels and a full CMY + CTO colour system with a CRI greater than 70 - with smooth transitions at all focal lengths. In addition, the fixture comes in a package with the same footprint and similarly compact body as Ayrton’s Ghibli.
Ayrton's other new luminaire to debut at the PLASA Show is Khamsin-S, an automated LED spotlight that outputs 39,000lm from its 750W white LED source. Khamsin-S has the same 750W, 8000K white LED engine as Bora-S along with two rotating gobo wheels, an animation wheel, full field framing, two prisms, an iris, two frosts, two fixed colour wheels and a full CMY + linear CTO colour system, plus a 9:1 zoom with a 6.5° to 56° beam range. The luminaire comes in a similarly-sized housing as its wash partner Bora-S and rivals 1500W/1700W discharge spots but at a fraction of the running costs and with no compromise on power or performance.
Also on display in London for the first time is Mistral-S, the high output version of Ayrton’s popular Mistral-TC spot luminaire. At 18.6kg and a compact size, Mistral-S outputs a spectacular 17,000lm which aligns it with a 800W/1000W discharge fixtures. Ayrton says the fixture's broad range of features and its attractive price remain the same as the Mistral-TC version.
The French company will also be at the 11th Knight of Illumination Awards which it is supporting for the fourth year running. The ceremony takes place at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith on 16 September and will be a glittering occasion to showcase the best in UK lighting design.

Latest Issue. . .

Tweets from our Friends