ISE: ACME to show hybrid moving head
Tuesday, 4 February 2020
acmeACME is now enjoying an increased presence in Europe and North America
The Netherlands - The latest fixtures from Chinese professional stage lighting manufacturer ACME Lighting are being showcased at ISE 2020 on booth 5-S140.
It will mark the third time that the ACME team has taken a stand at the Amsterdam show. At the helm of ACME’s European operations is Marco Galli, EMEA sales director, who is spearheading the company’s growth in Europe and North America.
“We’re thrilled to be demonstrating our latest product developments at ISE, including our breakthrough Solar Impulse - a powerful, high-performing, CMY colour mixing, hybrid LED moving head with a 1000W LED engine producing an impressive 35,000 lumens,” comments Galli. “We’re very proud of this versatile and reliable unit, which can be used as a beam, spot and wash solution, with a four-blade framing shutter, and we can’t wait to showcase what it can do.”
Of ISE, Galli says: “ISE provides a fantastic opportunity for us to meet with a broad cross-section of the European industry in one place - we are always happy to not only demonstrate the creations of our 100-strong R&D team, but also to dispel some those negative myths about Chinese product which still linger in the West.”
Making its ISE debut will be the Thunder-Roar BL-200 CS, part of ACME’s BL-200 range of stackable LED blinder units, which offer multi-source RGBW LEDs for complete pixel control. Multiple units of the BL-200 series can be stacked together in both a horizontal and vertical arrangement to create dazzling designs.
Other products ready for hands-on demo at ISE will include the Dotline360, a high-power batten with 12 30W RBGW LEDs and colour mixing, and the Energy Spot Pro, a compact, lightweight fixture with an output of 8,400 lumens. Many other LED blinders, PARs and moving heads will also be on stand.
ACME is now enjoying an increased presence in Europe and North America via its Italian office and newly-formed partnerships with UK- and US-based companies.
(Jim Evans)

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