Robe Reveals New Models from ROBIN Series with 'Sniper' Preview
Aug 15, 2011
Two new LED products have been revealed by Robe at PLASA 2011, the ROBIN 1200 LEDWash and ROBIN DLX Spot, in addition to a preview of the 'Sniper'.
All of these new products are part of Robe's initiative to "Think of the Future - Consider Nature," an effort to make sustainable and efficient products.
The first model, the 1200 LEDWash, uses the same multichip technology as its predecessors the 300 and 600 LEDWash, with 61 x LEDs in total, arranged in four concentric circles. In addition to the older models' light engines, the new 1200 is light-weight and exhibits low power consumption.
On the other hand, the DLX is the first of its kind, with a spot moving head and an RGBW LED light source. Even more impressive, the intensity in output of these colors is higher than a discharge source 575W unit, but the average power consumption is only 250 Watts. The light has a zoom of 10 to 40 degrees as well as a smooth light output that doesn't cast shadows. In appearance, it is similar to the ROBIN 300/600 Spot/Wash/Beam series.
And now, the ROBIN Sniper. The model will be the next generation of beam lights used on stages, in stadiums, and in any open areas used for performance. Its output is 2 million Lux at a 5 meter distance and 50 Lux at one kilometer away. It is also energy-efficient using only 950W of power compared to the old 2 KW-spending Xenon it is meant to replace.
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Author: Rebecca Milne
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