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|At PLASA 2004 in London, Coemar will unveil several products including preliminary versions of the iSpot 1200, ShowColor 3200K, ShowColor 1200 EB, iWash LED spotlight as well as the LineaLed. Coemar also showcases its Flex and Fiera lines designed for lighting large spaces and exposition centers.
Available in the traditional or the 'EB' electronic ballast version, the iSpot 1200 is a spotlight with a moving head and a 1200W discharge lamp. The luminaires' features include iris diaphragm, dimmer, zoom, automatic focus, 2 gobo wheels with 6 gobos each, proportional frost, 2 rotating multiplier prisms, 5 solid colors, multicolor effects, a high-resolution trichromatism system, and a 3200K proportional correction filter.
The ShowColor 3200K and ShowColor 1200 EB have a moving head and are designed for stage shows and TV studio applications. Featuring a halogen or a discharge lamp with electronic ballast, these fixtures are part of a new range of spotlights delivering the maximum possible amount of light. The ShowColor spotlight generates infinite colours created by an innovative radial CMY system. The projection angles can be varied using optional lenses.
The iWash moving head LED spotlight sports an electronic dimmer as well as a stroboscopic effect. It delivers infinite colors generated by the convergence of red, green and blue. Additional lenses allow for varying projection angles. The iWash is very lightweight and the lifetime of the light source is 100,000 hours.
Coemar also will show the LineaLed, using high-brightness LED technology and designed for set lighting and spotlighting. LineaLed is modular and available in various models and colours of the generated light. The power supply system is also modular and suitable for wide range of different applications
All of Coemar's products are provided with the DMX bidirectional RDM dialog system, which permits the user to manage the units by remote control, carrying out settings, measurements, variation of the parameters and the recording of lighting scenes remotely without having direct access to the fixtures.