PL+S: Artistic Licence highlights key products
Thursday, 20 April 2023
artistic-licence-prolight-2023-preview-sundial-quadThe PLASA Innovation Award winning DMX512/RDM controlled 4-channel sundial quad
Germany - Artistic Licence will highlight some of its recent and popular technologies on Stand D25 in Hall 12.1.
The close proximity to both Robe and Anolis underlines the synergy existing between all three companies and brands, and the high footfall to these booths should ensure plenty of additional exposure for Artistic Licence’s lighting control innovations.
Five key products from each of Artistic Licence’s main product ranges will be highlighted - sunDial quad, candlePower octo, railSplit uno, Commissioner multi and rackLynx octo.
PLASA Innovation Award winning DMX512/RDM controlled 4-channel sundial quad, 1kW total, mains-powered trailing edge dimmer has become a best seller for theatres, cinemas and venues swapping from halogen to LED lighting as it eliminates the flickering in some bulb ranges with high resolution 8-bit or 14-bit control, scene playback and programmable data loss mode.
There will be live demonstrations of the sunDial quad on the booth during the expo.
candlePower octo is a DMX512/RDM controlled 8-channel dimmer for LED fixtures and is perfect for museums, exhibition centres and display cases. Each channel can be individually set to either ‘constant current’ (CC) or ‘constant voltage’ (CV) dimming.
railSplit uno was designed to meet new European Electrical Installation regulations requiring surge protection (e.g., for lightning strikes) across a wide range of lighting installations.
Commissioner multi is a multitasking, hand-held DMX512, RDM and DALI test and commissioning tool, offering another level of practicality. rackLynx octo is a rack-mounting Art-Net/sACN to DMX512/RDM gateway.
Artistic Licence’s Wayne Howell comments: “It will be a great vehicle for letting people know that Artistic Licence is now ‘a Robe business’, as well as exploring new interactive educational and training opportunities for us and across the group of companies.”
Celebrating its 35th birthday, Artistic Licence will also be looking for potential distributors.

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