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GLP goes linear

GLP goes linear
FR10 Bar

GLP goes linear

The FR10 Bar contains 10 sources, each with a high output 60W RGBW LED

Following in the footsteps of its X4 Bar series, GLP has introduced the FR10 Bar, a linear format fixture with a new optical system. Featuring a larger size output aperture that can also be found in the impression FR1, the FR10 Bar contains 10 sources, each with a high output 60W RGBW LED that colour matches all the products in the manufacturer’s X4 and FR series of fixtures. It also includes individual colour control, a series of built-in colour macros and a large selection of industry-standard colour filters.

The fixture has a 10:1 ratio zoom range of 3.5–35° but GLP believes that what separates the FR10 from any other product on the market is the ability to control each of the zoom lenses individually and independently. At its narrowest angles, the FR10 Bar reportedly produces clean, seamless flat sheets of light along with arrays of pinpoint beams of light. At wider angles, the FR10 Bar can wash areas and surfaces of stages, walls and cycloramas.

The FR10 Bar uses the same construction as the X4 Bar 20 along with the same rigging and interlocking systems. It also features 16-bit movement through a tilt range of 210°, while power and data connectors are housed within the base of each unit for daisy-chaining of multiple fixtures. The light can be rigged in any orientation and has built-in rubber feet for floor-mounting. It also comes with Neutrik True1 connectors and five-pin XLR connectors to support DMX and RDM protocols.



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