Robe launches Cuete for smaller productions
Wednesday, 21 July 2021
robe-cuete-launch-2v3a5329-pCuete’s features include fast pan and tilt movement
Europe - Robe has introduced Cuete, a moving head spot light fixture designed for use in small- to medium-sized productions, performance spaces or installations.
Cuete’s features include fast pan and tilt movement that is so essential for lighting all genres of electronic music, for highlighting the creative work of DJs and enhancing club environments.
“Creating dynamic effects and projections is quick and simple with the Cuete, which offers a quality CMY colour mixing system and an impressive 4,200-lumen output of sharp, clear white light, making it stand out on any lighting rig,” says Robe.
To achieve this output and maintain the light quality and consistency across any lighting rig or inventory, Cuete utilises Robe’s patented TE 120W White LED Engine which is at the core of the manufacturer’s Transferable Engine technology.
The Cuete’s 16° fixed beam lens has remote control focus and can be swapped to the optional 24° lenses for shorter throw and low ceiling scenarios.
Also included is CPulse flicker-free management system for setups using HD and UHD cameras, for live streams / broadcasts; the L3 Low Light Linearity dimming software for smooth fades to black and the AirLOC (Less Optical Cleaning) technology which keeps the optical elements in condition over long time periods.
The fixture’s effects package includes a colour wheel with 13 dichroic filters; a gobo wheel with nine fully indexable, rotating, replaceable gobos; a static gobo wheel with 10 fixed gobos including four beam reducers: there is an eight-facet bi-directional rotating prism and a 5-degree frost filter. Cuete is billed as a spot light partner to the just-released LEDBeam 350.

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