The Show Goes On for Robe at PLASA Show 2021
Tuesday, 31 August 2021
robe-at-plasa-2021-cuete-img0587-rgbRobe’s CUETE is set to make a high impact
UK - In a post-pandemic world, Robe looks forward with a range of new products designed for ‘maximum performance, versatility and operational life aspects for the entertainment and production industry’.
Product wise, there is a big emphasis on Robe’s Transferable Engine (TE) LED technology on Stand E19.
The booth features another eye-catching design with The Show Goes On, inspired by - among other things - rapper Lupe Fiasco’s insightful Billboard Top 10 hit of the same name.
This year’s PLASA show has the additional dynamic of teaming up with ABTT who will be hosting their own theatre-dedicated Hub area of the show floor.
With the performing arts in mind, Robe will highlight its T range of luminaires designed specifically for this demanding discipline - notably the new T2 launched a few months ago and the soon-to-be-revealed T11 which will be previewed.
The stand’s own lightshow will feature 40 x T11 luminaires in action, being seen for the first time in a ‘live’ show situation ahead of its official launch later in September.
The T2 Profile is a high-powered fixture utilising Robe’s multispectral LED engine to achieve next level brightness, colour detail and quality to throw its beautiful light over impressive distances.
Manufacturing the light-engines in-house in its factory in the Czech Republic, Robe offers the world’s first full range of LED Transferable Engine lighting fixtures - an intelligent, powerful, and eco-friendly lighting solution for now and the future which enables different engines - high powered, high CRI, ‘tungsten’ - to be used in the same fixtures.
Several Robe TE products can be seen at PLASA including Forte, currently Robe’s highest-powered LED moving light, launched earlier in 2021 as the first signs of the industry recovering appeared.
Smaller venue installation markets have been revisited by Robe. Two new compact moving lights - the SPOTE and CUETE - both are set to make a high impact.
The new LEDBeam 350 - recently purchased by the Royal Albert Hall among other venues - will be another highlight. This is a bigger, brighter fixture that builds on the successful little LEDBeam 150.
And, in the post-pandemic era, as more events turn to all-weather and outdoor environments to feed the public’s demand for experiences and live events, Robe’s robust new i-Series, IP65 rated waterproof and weather-resistant fixtures, will also be on the stand – the iPointe, iSpiider, iBar and iParFect.
A portion of the booth will be assigned to showcase sister architectural LED brand, Anolis, and specifically the Anolis Ambiane range, designed for ambient lighting requirements like wall washing and accent lighting.
The Robe UK sales team is joined on the stand joined by colleagues from Anolis.

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