Sprzęt sceniczny i estradowy
ZAPRASZAMY DO ZAKUPÓW. Scena Plus to sklep internetowy przyjazny klientom. Dokładamy wszelkich starań, aby zakupy w nim były łatwe, szybkie i przyjemne. Nie stosujemy żadnych sztuczek, ani kruczków. Oferowany sprzęt estradowy posiada dokładnie opisaną specyfikację techniczną oraz zdjęcia, które wiernie oddają rzeczywisty wygląd urządzeń. Kupując u nas wyposażenie sceny, mają Państwo zapewnioną korzystną cenę. Nie stosujemy ukrytych kosztów, ani opłat manipulacyjnych. Najważniejszym celem dla nas jest Państwa zadowolenie!
Nasz sklep internetowy istnieje dla naszych Klientów, więc jeśli mają Państwo pomysł, my pomożemy w jego realizacji. Pomagamy już na pierwszych etapach projektowania wyposażenia, doradzamy, wykonujemy instalację, dostarczamy i montujemy sprzęt sceniczny oraz nagłośnienie estradowe, szkolimy z ich obsługi, a także prowadzimy serwis gwarancyjny i pogwarancyjny.
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Elation Professional announces launch of a new beam/wash moving head in its Rayzor Series of compact and high-speed LED luminaires, the Rayzor 360Z™. The Rayzor 360Z houses (3) 60W RGBW LEDs for a powerful thrust of light and includes a 5° to 50° motorized zoom for the versatility of narrow to wide beam angle spreads. Lighting professionals will be able to get an up-close look at the speedy Rayzor 360Z at Elation Booth 2515 at the upcoming LDI show in Las Vegas. The Rayzor 360Z offers surprising brightness for its size (20,550 Lux @ 3m with 5° zoom) and with fast and precise 16-bit continuous 360° pan and tilt rotation it can add an energizing look to any show. Also useful as an effective wash light, color temperature is variable from 2,700K - 8,000K and colors mix uniform from vibrant saturates across beautiful pastels to authentic warm and cool shades of white. And for programming convenience, a variety of color macros are included. The Rayzor 360Z offers a full complement of other professional features, including electronic strobe and 0-100% dimming with selectable dimming curve effects. The fixture allows for individual pixel control, which opens up for custom designs or users can turn to the convenience of built-in macros. Refresh rate frequency and Gamma brightness are also adjustable. The fixture is controllable via multiple DMX channel modes, includes ArtNet and KlingNet protocol support and is RDM ready (remote device management). Multiple unit power linking makes for quick installation and customizable setups. The Rayzor 360Z features a full color 180° reversible LCD menu display with a 7-button touch control panel. Professional grade 5-pin XLR DMX in/out, RJ45 etherCON and Powercon True1 in/out connections are included. The fixture operates flicker free for use in TV and other broadcast applications and an auto-sensing power supply covers worldwide voltages and frequencies. The Rayzor 360Z offers all the benefits of LED like greater reliability, less maintenance and increased energy efficiency for a lower cost of ownership and its long life rated LEDs will rarely if ever need replacing.
Maintenance work, cleaning and gobo exchange can be executed at the Varyscan P4 and P7 quickly and easily due to a modular system which can be removed without the need of tools or manual cable disconnection. https://youtu.be/5cFj2OOSv7I
ADJ’s commitment to providing lighting solutions that are not only forward-thinking and cost-effective, but highly versatile too, means users will find a number of features that make the Ikon Profile suited to a range of events and situations. For starters, the beam angle may be manually adjusted (15-40-degrees) and the GOBO swapped out, effectively allowing the projector to be turn instantly turned into a spotlight. With five dimmer curves available too, the beams can be optimized for everything from architectural applications to stage performances. As well as changing the beam angle to suit their needs, users can also manually focus the unit to ensure a vivid projection at all times. The other key feature which makes the versatile Ikon Profile such an iconic product is its framing shutters. Being manually adjustable, they allow users to craft the light produced by the unit into any four-sided shape they want. Whether they require a square beam or a wider rectangular form, users can match the Ikon Profile’s projection to venue features or specific areas, for a sleeker, more uniform look. Completing the Ikon Profile’s innovative range of features, ADJ has fitted the unit with a single drop-in GOBO slot (for 26.8mm GOBOs). This enables the use of metal GOBOs or glass, and users can easily interchange them to achieve different but equally as effective results. The compact new unit also makes the most of a color frame, giving users the flexibility to add color filters and color correction filters to generate powerful beam projections in a range of vivid hues. High-power GOBO effects can really take a lightshow to the next level, so naturally we wanted to provide that option to our customers while keeping the price at a fair point,” said Alfred Gonzales, National Sales Manager for ADJ USA. “For the forward-thinking new Ikon Profile, we’ve combined a powerful 32W LED with interchangeable GOBOs and manually adjustable beam angle/focus to offer users an exceptionally versatile GOBO projector that also doubles as a spotlight unit.” In terms of control, the Ikon Profile provides a four-channel DMX mode (with 3-pin DMX connections) – allowing users to go in-depth and get extra imaginative with their GOBO lightshows – as well as offering compatibility with ADJ’s UC IR remote and Airstream IR App, allowing for extensive wireless control from a distance of up to 30ft. So, whether they’re working the lights from behind the bar or they’re tucked away in the booth, users have the freedom to create pure lighting excitement from any position. Using the game-changing Airstream IR App, they can even trigger these unique GOBO projections from the convenience of a handheld iOS device, for true versatility. Perfect for bringing powerful GOBO effects weekly church services or to a nightclub or bar during late-night events, users will have no problems running the Ikon Profile all night long without any duty cycle, thanks to its low heat output and efficient LED source. The unit also ships with an included scissor yoke, so users can easily mount it onto a wall or hang from trussing, enabling them to deliver attention-grabbing beams of bright white light from a range of angles. Users looking for the unlimited power and flexible control required to create stunning, high-impact GOBO projections will find everything they need in the Ikon Profile. Utilizing a high-strength beam to project unique GOBO patterns onto dance-floors, walls and ceilings, this versatile, compact unit is perfect for a wide range of users. Powerful, portable but budget-conscious, the Ikon Profile gives users a sure-fire way to produce pure lighting excitement for their guests, no matter where they take it or how they choose to use it!
As open-minded people, we have decided to overcome our prejudices and to test a spotlight from the land of the rising sun, which is presented by Adam Hall under its brand Cameo as a product specifically designed according to company specifications. This small motorised LED light has a compact and well-contoured design and features some interesting characteristics such as continuous rotation or 7 individually controllable sources. We have subjected it to an endurance test. First of all Our first impression of the Aurobeam 150 is quite positive. This small moving head has an appealing design, full of curves and seems to be very well-finished. 4 XLR connections with 3 and 5 pins for the DMX and RDM signal, as well as two PowerCON Neutrik connectors are located on the base, one of which being for the return. The menu with an LCD display and 5 navigation buttons is located on the other side. A small detail proves the high-quality processing of the moving head: When it receives a signal in DMX mode, the display turns green, otherwise it remains red – this way, the status of the spotlight is always simply and clearly displayed and any wiring problems can be easily localised and dealt with. The menu also features all of the common displays. The device is controlled via 4 DMX modes with 5 to 41 channels each or auto modes as master / slave, sound-to-light, etc. In DMX mode, the range extends from the basic settings for controlling the internal presets to individual control of each single LED with additional internal effects: there is something for every user. In auto mode, every parameter for each light source can be defined in the menu for a particular setting. Dynamic tunings are possible through the use of internal programs or a programmable scene sequence. The setting parameters allow, among other things, for the selection of one of the 3 speeds of the fan or the calibration of the pan and tilt motors. The Fundamentals The first test is of course the derating. Firstly, it allows for the stabilisation of the light beam to enable photometric measurements and then, it provides instant information on the cooling capacity and the control of the LEDs. After selecting the “normal” cooling mode in the menu, we run the spotlight at full power in RGBW and measure the illuminance in the centre of the light beam projected onto the target every 5 minutes, until we get a stable reading. These values enable us to create a derating curve for representation of the lighting intensity in relation to the warm-up time. Immediately after switching on, with cold LEDs, we measure 2525 lux; after 30 minutes warm-up time, the lighting stabilises to 2350 lux, representing 93% of the output value. The derating is therefore a maximum of 7%, a very good value. In RGB at full power, we measure the same value of 7%. If only 2 colours out of a total of 7 sources are switched on (red and green), this value even drops to 1.2%. The light can therefore be considered as quite stable. We take a lunch break and leave the spotlight turned on full power in RGBW. When we come back after over an hour, the Aurobeam still lights up as one and we can start with the photometric measurements. We measure a beam angle of 8.4°at I/2 (intensity in the centre /2) and 16.11 °at I/10. The luminous flux is 1870 lumen after derating and 2010 lumen in cold state. These are very good values given the output. We draw the dimmer curve as shown below. There is only one, but this is perfectly adequate for a beam spotlight. We notice that the curve has a slight S-shape that is located between a halogen curve and a linear. In practice Despite loving the impressive figures: there is nothing better than a practical test. We found that the light beam, in spite of a very strong halo effect, is clearly defined. The light mixture is homogeneous. Clearly, with an opening of 16° there is not much that can go wrong, but it still happens with some. The only point of criticism on the colour spectrum is that the yellow light resulting from the mixture of red and green chips is quite toxic, very green-heavy. For users who prefer to create their own colour palettes or macros, they will have to account for this in order to deal with other devices. One of the advantages of LEDs is of course their speed in changing colours without any delay. Here, we noticed no abnormality in the colour change, neither for long nor for short times. As usual, there is a possibility to preset the trichromy, namely channel 38 in the 41 channels mode. Personally, I am not an enthusiastic user of this parameter, but the CTO – and CTB presets are quite useful, and the 233-255 DMX values have a ‘sound mode’ feature (colour change), with which to vary the colours according to the rhythm of the music via the internal microphone. This option, via a DMX-parameter, is especially interesting for dance events.