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Robert Juliat debuts ZEP2

Robert Juliat debuts ZEP2
ZEP2 profile spot

Robert Juliat debuts ZEP2

The ZEP2 profile spots include all the features from the SX range

The ZEP2 range of LED zoom profile spots and Fresnel fixtures from French manufacturer Robert Juliat are equipped with an enhanced LED source which reportedly provides a higher light quality and output. They can be used either as a direct complement or replacement for either 1kW or 2kW units as they only use 150W or 300W of LED power.

The ZEP2 profile spots provide a smooth flat beam with a CRI of up to 92 and include all the features from the SX range, including three variable zoom options (28–54°, 16–35° and 11–26°), a strobe function and a built-in, flicker-free dimmable PSU with a silent operation. According to the manufacturer, the fixtures offer zero UV/IR emissions to protect the audience.

The ZEP2 Fresnel fixtures are described as the perfect complement to the ZEP2 profile spots. They are available in warm and cool white (150W version) and a neutral and variable white (300W version). The 200m Fresnel lens provides a flat beam and a variable beam angle for a ‘powerful wash effect’. Colour temperature reportedly remains constant, while dimming and beam shaping can be achieved with the addition of one of Robert Juliat’s rotatable barndoors.

In other news, the lighting manufacturer has unveiled its Maestro server for SpotMe, which has been developed in association with tracking specialist, zactrack. The server is said to extend the capabilities of the SpotMe 3D position-tracking system by enabling it to operate with any DMX lighting control console. Up until now, SpotMe has functioned with the PosiStageNet open protocol which is run by only a limited number of consoles. SpotMe sends the X/Y/Z coordinates of any object or person discovered by a followspot to manage other moving head fixtures and static displays in a rig.

Now, with the Maestro extension, a designer can take control from any DMX console. The lighting console, even the simplest DMX model, retains the pan and tilt control and, in return, gets additional DMX channels to modulate the tracking parameters calculated and managed by the Maestro server. An additional advantage of Maestro is the Prediction feature, which gives the ability to anticipate the direction of a performer’s movement onstage and adjust every slave fixture to react quickly to the direction of travel.

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