Robe unveils latest Robins at PLASA 2010
Posted on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
Robe is launching its new Robin 600 and 300 LEDWash fixtures at PLASA 2010 – these are two of a raft of nine new environmentally friendly lighting fixtures slated for release by the Czech Republic manufacturer at the London, UK, exhibition.
The super-slim Robin LEDWash 600 features 37 x 10 Watt RGBW multichip LEDs that are each individually controllable. These are arranged in three concentric rings designed for creating colour and pattern effects when pointed towards an audience, as well as for providing comprehensive, even wash coverage of performers, stages, spaces and scenery.
The Robin LEDWash 300 is a compact fixture weighing a mere 10 Kgs. It utilises 108 single RGB 3 Watt LEDs and has a motorised zoom of between 12 and 40 degrees giving great flexibility. The life expectance of the lamp is 50,000 hours and once again, superior homogenisation of the lightsource ensures completely smooth colour mixing and a dynamic array of true colours and hues, says the company.
Both Robin 300 and 600 LEDWashes have a self-levelling LED touch screen display with full battery backup, so the fixtures can be set up without hard power. The thermal and movement sensor system monitors the units during transport and operation, and they will work with all current available control protocols, including DMX512, ArtNet, RDM, MANet, MA2 Net, etc., along with all the other products in the Robin range.