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Prolight+sound is over

For four days, you had the possibility to take a look at our novelties at the prolight+sound in Frankfurt. As one of the 2,388 exhibitors out of 55 countries, we regard this event as one of the most important within the industry. From March 21st to 24th more than 110,000 visitors out of 120 countries visited the fair and thus gave it a very special flair.

Basis for the fair’s success have not only been the trade and business professionals. On the last day, the fair opened its doors for consumers. These consumers also played an essential part considering the satisfaction of the exhibitors and of the organizers.

Those of you who couldn’t pay us a visit at our stand at prolight+sound now have the opportunity to look back. Back to our Eurolite, Futurelight and Omnitronic novelties, which we a very proud of – not only because of the overwhelming feedback. In four videos members of our staff present and explain, what’s new in our assortment:

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Simply upgrading your Eurolite KLS Sets

January 27th, 2012 Posted in EUROLITE, worth knowing Tags: , ,

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You don’t need DMX to control a KLS an four additional spots – you only need a DMX line…

EUROLITE FP-1A DMX line, a spot with 3 DMX channels and the Eurolite FP-1 foot pedal, to be more precise. Sound strange, but it is not at all. A maximum of four spot have to be connected to the DMX out of the KLS and then lopped through (it works with KLS- 200, 401, 801, 1001). Everything is controlled with the foot pedal in a kind of Master/Slave mode.

Necessary requirement, the spot’s 3 channel DMX mode needs the following starting addresses:

Synchronic to panel 1 of the respective KLS: starting address 4
Synchronic to panel 2 of the respective KLS: starting address 7
Synchronic to panel 3 of the respective KLS: starting address 10
Synchronic to panel 4 of the respective KLS: starting address 13

EUROLITE KLS

Functionality of the foot switch remains unchanged: blackout, freeze, sound control, auto program.

Here are some of our spots which can be connected:
EUROLITE ACS Bars RGB,
EUROLITE PAR-64 RGB 24x5W,
EUROLITE PAR-64 RGB 36x1W Short sil
EUROLITE ML-56 TCL 18x3W
EUROLITE PAR-64 TCL 18x3W

To those who cannot call a KLS their own we recommend to take a look at our 8 KLS Kombo Packs. With the Kombo Pack 7 we also offer an alternative without DMX.

Scanner with LED or halogen?

January 23rd, 2012 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , ,

Scanner Halogen LED

Scanners also offer the choice. The choice between conventional or new technology: halogen or LED. We show you, which devices are comparable. The final decision, which way to go in the future is not ours, it is up to you…

Compared to static effects scanners feature a benefit. Due to the mirror deflaction the light beams have wider operating range. Moreover, the show gets more dynamic with the motion of the mirrors. But how to create this dynamic action, with halogen or LED? After all, it is a given fact, that considering the light power. LEDs have closed the ranks a can replace halogen models easily. We show you which models can be compared and thus are exchangeable.

Halogen model LED model
Eurolite TS-2  

EUROLITE TS-2

Eurolite LED TSL-100  

EUROLITE TSL-100

20 W LED versus 100 Watt halogen. The LED can easily compete with the halogen lamp.
Color wheel with 12 colors, 2 bicolor color filter and white
Gobo wheel with 12 gobos, open and shutter
Manual focus
DMX channels: 5
Power supply: 115 W
Dimensions (LxWxH): 295 x 195 x 290 mm
Weight: 4 kg
8 dichroic colors plus white
Gobo wheel with 8 static gobos plus open
Manual focus
DMX channels: 8
Power supply: 50 W
Dimensions
Weight: 6 kg
The LED TSL-200 offers the same light power and many similar features as the LED TSL-100. But the bigger brother has rotating gobos.
Eurolite TS-5  

EUROLITE TS-5

Eurolite LED TSL-300  

EUROLITE TSL-300

Despite the crucial watt difference, the LED with 60 watts can easily compete with a halogen opponent with 250 watts.
Color wheel with 11 dichroic color filters and white
Gobo wheel with 9 gobos and open
DMX channels: 5
Electronic dimmer
Power supply: 300 W
Dimensions (LxWxH): 525 x 260 x 300 mm
Weight: 10 kg
Color wheel with 8 dichroic color filters and white
Gobo wheel with 8 static gobos plus open
DMX channels: 6
Electronic dimmer
Power supply: 120 W
Dimension (LxBxH): 550 x 295 x 310 mm
Weight: 6 kg
The LED TSL-400 offers the same light power and many similar features as the LED TSL-300. But the bigger brother has rotating gobos.

 

By the way, when you are looking for cheap LED effects with mirror deflection you should take a look at the Eurolite LED PD series or the Eurolite LED TWS-10. Also our new flowers with mirror (Eurolite LED MFS-100) and with mirror barrel should not be forgotten.

EUROLITE LED SLS Series

November 22nd, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , , , , ,

Eurolite SLS

It’s the popular KLS which has paved the path for Slim Line Spots. The KLS has been the first successful attempt to replace bulky PAR spots by compact and flat ones – on a bar with 4 spots abreast. As is well known, the concept has been a raving success. As a logic consequence we also transformed the form of single spots – the SLS were born.

Obvious advantages of the SLS: they are slim. Compared to common PAR spots they considerably save space. For this reason they are much more flexible and handy. This is also true for installation, stock ground and transport – for most SLS we sell special cases which are smaller and cheaper than those for PAR spots. In the end, the design can save money.

Meanwhile Eurolite has build up a very rich assortment full of different spots. An assortment which is continuously enlarged. Every delivery finally includes a double bracket enabling an additional use as floor spot. Beside the different sizes of the spots the main differences can be seen in the illuminants. A choice of single LEDs, bicolor, tricolor and quadcolor LEDs is offered.
You can compare the spots in the list below. Read more »