ISE 2024: Robe sets focus on i-series
Friday, 26 January 2024
robe-ise-2024-preview-iforte-ltxRobe will highlight new products including from its award-winning IP rated i-series
Spain - Robe Lighting will exhibit on booths 1C700 and 1D700 in Hall 1 at ISE 2024, where it and sister businesses - Anolis, Avolites and Artistic Licence - will share a present an interesting array of new and popular products.
Robe highlights several new products including from its award-winning IP rated i-series - the iForte and iForte LTX, iPainte, iESprite, iBeam 350, iTetra2 and iT12 Profile - for all environments - characterised by their innovative features, rugged weather resistance and for being identical to non-IP rated versions of the same products, allowing the flexibility of easy mixing on the same lighting plot.
A new variant of the T32 Cyc will be previewed, as will the latest in the Footsie1 and Footsie2 footlight range, the Footsie TM Slim.
Also previewed is Robe’s much anticipated iBolt. With the same feature set as Robe’s groundbreaking and universally popular MegaPointe, the iBolt can be a beam, spot, wash and effects luminaire for stage and outdoor use.
There will be a timecoded ‘Voice of God’ presentation on the booth highlighting all the Robe products, and the company will also have a strong presence at the nearby EarPro&EES / Midwich Group showroom which will be utilised for invite-only demos of some new and upcoming surprises.
Robe’s architectural and LED lighting brand Anolis has its own space on the booth and will highlight its new Calumma, Ambiane and Eminere product ranges.
Part of the Robe group, Artistic Licence will display a selection of its omnipresent lighting control technology products popular across the entertainment industry and a favourite for systems integrators and installers.
Avolites will showcase a number of its latest powerful, user-friendly lighting consoles on its dedicated part of the Robe booth, emphasising the synergies and vision existing between all of these Robe businesses.

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