PLASA 2019: Astera shows complete range
Monday, 9 September 2019
astera-at-plasa-2019-titan-8-way-caseAstera will show the entire Titan family
UK - German LED manufacturer Astera - integrated into the Ambersphere booth - will show its complete range of battery-powered wirelessly-operated LED products at PLASA 2019 in London, including the entire Titan family.
This comprises the award-winning and popular standard 1m long Titan Tube; the little 55cm Helios Titan Tube; and the brand-new double-size 2m Hyperion Titan Tube, shown in the UK for the first time.
Additionally, Astera its ever-growing range of accessories for use with Titan and their various other LED lighting products.
Approximately 30 accessories will be mounted on a special ‘feature’ wall, displayed so visitors can clearly and easily see everything available to make their Astera fixtures even more flexible and adaptable. Several of these accessories will also be being displayed in the UK for the first time.
Other highlights will include Softbags for the convenient portability of Helios and Titan tubes and DataLink, a device to add DMX or Art-Net Data to between 1 and 4 Helios, Titan or Hyperion Tubes.
Astera’s flagship TitanTube is designed to be an invaluable lighting tool for TV, film, video, broadcast cinema and photography as well as shows and live events.
Following the success of the Titan Tube, Astera has created the double-length 2m- long Hyperion Tube with double the amount of LEDs, double the batteries, double the brightness, double the pixels and the same high-quality light output when controlled via the Astera App, CRMX and on-tube control plus the wired DMX option.
Astera System offers smart control of Tubes. The infrared remote, wireless DMX and Astera App all work together to enable big setups, ensuring that the entire installation can be monitored and adjusted quickly and conveniently.
Hyperion Tube control enables complex programs to be created from colours, effects, and settings, and the Hyperion Tube will remember and repeat these effects without requiring a constant wireless link.
Astera’s new Helios tube was launched earlier this year and has all the features and functionality of the popular TitanTube in a smaller, lighter and more transportable package.
(Jim Evans)

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