MA Lighting attracts strong interest
MA Lighting Asia Pacific Sales Director Jens Poehlker at the MA Lighting display
Many visitors were attracted to the MA Lighting booth where the German manufacturer had several of its best-selling products on display such as the grandMA2 full size, the grandMA2 light, the MA on PC command wing and the MA VPU basic. The grandMA2 full-size is MA Lightingâ€™s most powerful console. It offers the control of conventional light, moving lights, LED fixtures and media from one platform. The grandMA2 light performs the same functions and supplies an intuitive and fast control of all connected fixtures and channels. The grandMA2 light can handle
an almost infinite number of presets, cues, pages, sequences and effects. It is ideally suited as a backup device for the grandMA2 full-size. The MA onPC command wing allows for mobile use of the highly flexible and powerful grandMA2 control system. In combination with the free-of-charge grandMA2 onPC software, the MA onPC command wing is a portable 2,048 parameter control solution that can be used in nearly any location. www.malighting.com
PR Lighting showcases XR LED 300 Series
PR Lighting CEO Dave Liong (left) and International Sales Director Ernie Armas with the XR LED 300 RGBW Spot
Taking centre-stage at the PR Lighting booth was the brand new XR LED 300 RGBW Spot. This moving head fixture weighs 19kg and has modular construction for easy maintenance. It has a powerful LED module and 7 dichroic colour filters including white. The unit comes with 7 indexable rotating gobos and 7 fixed gobos. In addition, the beam angle, iris and dimmer are all linearly adjustable.
According to International Sales Director Ernie Armas, the PR Lighting booth was busy throughout the entire exhibition. There were many quality visitors who came to the booth to view the equipment on display. www.pr-lighting.com
Published on Jul 3, 2012
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