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A Chorus that moves

A Chorus that moves

A Chorus that moves

The new Chorus Line flexible LED batten luminaires from Elation Professional are designed to provide more manoeuvrable, adaptable lighting effects than their strip light peers. The series initially comprises two multi-purpose LED batten wash fixtures – the 8-pixel bar Chorus Line 8 and the 16-pixel bar Chorus Line 16 – each of which features a wide motorised zoom and 220° tilt axis movement.

Both fixtures include Osram 40W RGBW LEDs with full pixel control. They are designed for use as visual effects, foot lights, wash lights and cyc lights among other applications. A variety of saturated colours and pastel shades can be achieved via their RGBW colour mixing capabilities, while colour presets and macros are also included, as is an electronic strobe function, 16-bit dimming and variable dimming curves. Gamma correction and PWM frequency can be adjusted as per individual requirements, while control is offered by way of DMX 512-A with full RDM and Art-Net support, as well as the Kling-Net protocol.

Adding to the Artiste range, which began with Artiste DaVinci last year, Elation has introduced the Artiste Dali moving head. It features a hybrid engine that combines a 300W LED source and 100W laser phosphor source for reportedly greater beam and spot effects. Features and effects include eFly wireless DMX, CMY+CTO variable colour mixing, colour wheel, rotating and static gobos, prisms, animation, zoom and frost.

With regards to Artiste DaVinci, the lighting manufacturer has released a version in white. Artiste DaVinci WH is specifically aimed at houses of worship seeking a fixture that will blend in aesthetically.

Finally, Dartz 360 is a full colour-mixing LED beam/spot fixture with gobos and effects. A narrow-beam luminaire, it houses a single-source 50W RGB LED engine that produces a tight 3° beam for effects similar to a discharge lamp. It is capable of a continuous 360° pan and tilt movement, and creates gobos, dual prisms, frost and remote focus looks.

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