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Awash with colour

Awash with colour

Awash with colour

Ayrton has added products to its Multi Source 6 and Creative Solutions ranges: the Kyalami and Nando 502 Wash. The Kyalami is a laser-sourced fixture designed for architectural graphic effects and is the first IP65 laser source luminaire in the Creative Solutions series. At 265mm x 430mm x 265mm, Kyalami is an ultra-compact luminaire with a design that allows multiple units to be installed only a few centimetres apart. Its 265mm sphere incorporates Kyalami’s 100W laser module, cooling system and optics, while its 126mm front lens positioned in the continuity of the sphere provides the Kyalami with a unique visual signature. Its proprietary three-lens optical system produces an intensive 1° beam and a range of focus that permits the beam shape to be adjusted according to operating distance. It delivers a record luminous flux of 400,000 lux at 10m from its speckle-free laser source, which is designed for rendering a D65 white point. Meanwhile, its colour section includes a high-definition progressive CMY colour mixing system and a multi-position instant access colour wheel equipped with five corrective filters and 17 complementary colour filters.

Expanding Ayrton’s Multi Sources IP65 6 Series, the Nando 502 Wash is another compact IP65 luminaire, especially designed for mixed use stage lighting. Suitable for use both indoors and outdoors, it can even be used in salty environments. It can switch from beam to wash with a zoom ratio of 15:1 and a zoom range of 3.5–53°, and is fitted with 12 high-performance 40W LED sources with RGB-L additive colour synthesis and a proprietary optical system made up of a 210mm cluster in PMMA. This works in combination with 12 glass light-guides with an output surface made of an optical micro-structure. Its lightweight and minimalist design reportedly allows perfect colour reproduction with a colour rendering index greater than 86. It can achieve a luminous flux of 10,000 lumens and offers a mix of pastel or saturated colours. In addition, a library of pre-programmed colours allows subtle, dense and contrasted swaths of colour, and Ayrton has also installed separate LED source control channels on all Wash versions and what it claims is a virtually infinite library of effects.

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