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Genesis is a revelation for Altman

Genesis is a revelation for Altman

Genesis is a revelation for Altman

PHX3 luminaires offer a console-free, standalone Player Mode and 8-bit or 16-bit virtual dimming

Following on from the PHX LED ellipsoidals, Altman Lighting has developed the PHX3 LED Profile and PHX3 LED Zoom luminaires. Designed for use in applications requiring energy-efficient lighting, the PHX3 LED ellipsoidals use a 340W red, green, blue and lime (RGBL) LED engine that can output the equivalent of over 10,000 lumens. Available in 5°, 10°, 19°, 26°, 36° and 50° fixed focus Profile Spot models in addition to 15–35° and 30–55° Zoom Spots, the fully locking shutters and 360° rotating barrel maintain the PHX3 fixture focus intact with little light leak. Incorporating multiple on-board control options including colour fades and strobes, PHX3 luminaires also offer a console-free, standalone Player Mode and 8-bit or 16-bit virtual dimming for smooth blackouts and colour shift minimisation during dimming.


The US manufacturer has further created the Genesis console for controlling multifunctional automated and LED luminaires. Providing the programmer with a unique familiarity for the creative control of automated and LED luminaires, Genesis fulfils ease-of-use design requests by combining a fader-based controller with an intuitive touchscreen interface. Advanced programming functionality with features such as Shape FX, Chases, Fan and Individual Cue Timing are included. Additionally, the GUI allows control of luminaire parameters via familiar icons, colour picker, movement targets or touch sliders. For moving light control, pan and tilt are also controlled via the touch pad, adding a fine movement control for critical focus points. The animate feature is said to quickly create chases, sequencing and patterned attribute control within a single cue. Genesis consoles can control up to 24 discreetly addressed luminaires, each with a physical intensity fader and bump button, and each console is capable of controlling up to one DMX 512 Universe.

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