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The new Multi Lens (ML) spots from Eurolite

August 4th, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , , , , ,

EUROLITE LED ML spots

In the beginning there was the function, now there is only the shape. So, there is no mandatory relation between our MLs and several lenses. But they don’t need to have several lenses to be really special spots.

 

EUROLITE LED ML-56 QCL

EUROLITE LED ML-56 QCL
With the ML-56 QCL Eurolite shows a new color variety within LED spots. The extraordinary alignment of the 4in1 LEDs accounts for this. 

Key to the wide color illustration is the unconventional assembly of the 18 multichip diodes. Besides RGB, 12 of the chips show an additional white LED. The remaining 6 however, are split in RGB and amber. Thanks to the interaction of white and amber dues the basic colors can gradually be reproduced warmer or colder. By this means you also get a real luscious red – often a problem. Read more »

The new outdoor spots with high-power LEDs

July 19th, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE, Product news Tags: , , , ,

high-level-sport

Performances of LEDs are astonishing nowadays. Even smallest spots are able to generate an enormous light output with powerful diodes. That’s why the bulky spots with conventional illuminants step out of people’s focus – often they require too much space and disturb the ambiance. The elegant LED spots on the other hand are essentially restrained – but only considering the appearance.

Eurolite presents two types of outdoor spots. The LED IP FL-8 and FL-30. They differ in LED power (1 watt to 30 watts), number of LEDs (8 and 1) and in size. The FL-8 is obviously smaller than its bigger brother which rather belongs to the group of work lights.
The spots are available each in cold and warm white, with 6400 K or 3000 K (for the FL-30 it’s 3200 K). We additionally offer the FL-8 with two different beam angles – 30° and 60°. Read more »

Twitter on LSD

July 5th, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , , , , ,

Twitter on LSD

Music festival meets web 2.0 – with a live stream of a very special kind. During the 24. UMSONST & DRAUSSEN (U&D) festival in Würzburg the more than 80,000 visitors were not only entertained by music and cultural program: from June 23 to 26 a Twitter wall on the main stage offered additional distraction – a total success.

Internet users had the possibility to post their messages via the festival’s Twitter page. And they really seized the chance – several hundred entries over the four days of the festival. “The whole web community in Würzburg only had one thing to talk about: the Twitter wall of the U&D”, explained Tilman Hampl, press spokesman of U&D. The short messages were transmitted in real time and in different colors – the latter to enable a better readability and to create a nice light effect in passing. Read more »

Arttank – Eurolite enlightens Berlin

June 20th, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , , ,

Arttank Berlin

Our LED bars can be used in very different ways. But today, we can show you an application which is quite unique and which shows virtually artificial dimensions.

Art claims, among other things, to surprise and to employ objects which seem to have no artistic value. A perfect example is the company Meisterwerke from Dresden with its ARTTANK system. The idea: to form huge colored surfaces with common plastic ballast or liquid storage tanks having a capacity of 1,000 liters. To get the color into the tanks, Meisterwerke came up with a simple but effective solution. The tanks are illuminated with LED floodlights. The color of the whole installation can then be controlled by DMX. For the realization, the company from Dresden chose Eurolite. To be more precise, the Eurolite LED PIX-24 RGB which is equipped with 24 three watt LEDs. The LEDS are separated into eight segments with three LEDs ( RGB ) each and can be controlled individually.


Eurolite LED PIX-24 RGB 24x3W Leiste 51930215d Read more »

It can be so easy controlling spots via DMX

June 15th, 2011 Posted in EUROLITE Tags: , , , ,

Eurolite DMX LED Operator IR2DMX Banner

Everything you need is a remote control and a little black box. Ok, let’s talk about details: the remote is the Eurolite IR-control for LED effects, the black box is our new Eurolite DMX LED Operator IR2DMX. What is special about this combination? You can connect your DMX chain to the operator and control it comfortably and easily via the infrared remote (the operator is equipped with a infrared receiver). Read more »