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GLP track-mount makes an impression

GLP track-mount makes an impression
impression FR1 track-mount version

GLP track-mount makes an impression

The impression FR1 features colour mixing across a vast spectrum

GLP has released a compact LED moving head that includes a soft pencil beam, improved movement and continuous pan rotation for multifaceted 3D multi-beam designs. Now modified to fit into three-phase tracks, the track-mount version of the impression FR1 provides a solution for fixed installations.

Using a single, high-powered, 60W, homogenised, RGBW LED at its core, the impression FR1 design features colour mixing across a vast spectrum, with a fuller range of colour temperature control. A 3.535° zoom range also offers full beam control over both short and longer throw distances. The impression FR1 also features 16-bit dimming and 16-bit position control through a range of 540° pan and 220° tilt. The FR1 also has the ability of bidirectional continuous pan rotation at varying speeds, while critical features can all be controlled using the on-board menu via wireless DMX.

impression S350 Wash
impression S350 Wash

Staying with the impression range, the impression S350 Wash has been launched as a partner for the S350 unveiled last year. It has the same high-efficiency LED white light source, with 350W of power.

GLP has also extended another range of products. The KNV series has two new members: the KNV Line and KNV Dot. The KNV Line consists of five single pixels in a row, in which form factor is maintained 1:1, while the KNV Dot comprises a single power pixel (one white and 16 RGB) in a 2:1 form factor.

Finally, the German manufacturer has unveiled Highlander, which consists of a 1,400W discharge lamp. With a 230mm diameter and signature baseless design, Highlander offers a large zoom range with a 5° beam angle and up to 63° smooth field angle with focus link. With a framing system (±30° blade tilt, fully lockable, ±45° rotatable) and a fast iris, the wash light weighs 29.5kg.

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