TurboRay can be used as a narrow-angle wash light or as a hard edge beam
High End Systems has launched TurboRay, an automated lighting fixture that offers a retro look with its radial diffusers to reportedly deliver a distinctive appearance.
TurboRay can be used as a narrow-angle wash light or as a hard edge beam to create unique aerial effects. It has been designed with soft edges, homogenised colour and smooth dimming, making it suited for use as a wash. The fixture’s animated gobo wheel, in addition to its other features, reportedly produce textures never before seen from any other fixture, either in the air or projected on a surface.
High End Systems has also introduced the latest addition to its Sola Series with the SolaWash 1000. This new automated luminaire is available in two versions, with either an ‘Ultra-Bright Engine’ capable of producing 20,000 field lumens or a ‘High CRI Engine’ that features accurate colour rendering.
SolaWash 1000 includes a full framing shutter system, CMY/CTO linear colour mixing system, a seven-plus-open position replaceable colour wheel, iris and dual Linear Frost systems for medium and heavy frost. Sharp edge focus can be used throughout the entire 12–55° zoom range and a TM-30 filter boosts the Ultra-Bright engine to 85+ CRI.