Coemar to Launch New Products at LDI
Posted on Wednesday, October 8th, 2008
Coemar will be unveiling five new lights at this year’s LDI, at the Las Vegas Convention Center running October 24-26.
The Infinity Wash S (pictured) emits light brighter than a 575 fixture in a package half the size, the company says. It features the same patented beam effects as the Infinity Wash XL, with a zoom range from 36 down to 6, a CMY color mixing system, color wheel, and all-electronic power variables.
The Infinity Spot S is described by Coemar as offering the first truly professional fixture to be sized in a micro body. It has absolute silent operation, the company says, and comes complete with one aerial wheel, one gobo wheel with seven gobos and open, as well as one break-up wheel, and one color wheel with five colors plus open (all replaceable). Other features include CMY color mixing, zoom (7dg-36dg), and an iris.
Designed to create huge beams from a micro package, the Infinity ACL is billed as being the world’s first moving ACL loaded with a focusable black-light, variable beam size, and variable beam control with rotating aerial effects. The Infinity ACL is ready to deliver moonflower and split-color beam effects, while changing color via CMY color mixing. A six-degree beam angle, iris, and LCD display come standard.
Also fresh to the market is the StageLite Led, a very bright light sporting an electronic dimmer, electronic strobe, as well as a synchronized, random and pulse effect. The product allows for asymmetrical focus on a cyc; it can also be used as a footwash, uplighting, and effects unit, all from the same mounting position. Both an asymmetric and symmetric beam are spawned (an exclusive Coemar patent) from one single robust, long-lasting aluminum encasement with a long-lasting light source.
Finally, the Infinity Spot XL breaks new ground with a color-mix system able to achieve CMY and RGB colors (CMY-s, exclusive Coemar patent). It accomplishes maximum exploitation of the new 1,500W light source while giving off unmatched brightness, the company says. A proportional CTO, 7 to 50 zoom, mechanical strobe and electronic strobe (zap effect) are also featured.