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Robe announces new range of MediaSpinners

Robe will debut its new MediaSpinners at prolight+sound 2006, Frankfurt, Hall 8 D50. MediaSpinners are designed and built to display and rotate banners, screens, flags and assorted other media. Applications include exhibitions, conferences, shows, product launches, corporate events, parties, promotions and any event requiring branding to be displayed in an eye-catching way.
The units are fully DMX controllable and can be run from any lighting desk, or in stand-alone mode. A 4-digit LED display on the base enables onboard programming. Master/slave operation using a serial cable is another simple control option, running multiple fixtures through one unit. Variable speed rotation in both directions is possible. A silent cooling system makes Robe's MediaSpinners suitable for low-noise applications.
A neat rigging system utilizes two Omega clamps, allowing the MediaSpinner to be truss mounted in many positions. The same Omega clamps are used for fixing the pipe or tube with the advertising banner.
StageBanner 10 AT was the first of these completely new, non-traditional products from Robe. Using the base of Robe's 250 AT moving heads, the StageBanner can take a maximum load of 10 kgs, and will display and rotate advertising banners. It's designed for exhibitions, on stages, in theatres, and for retail and other situations where advertising needs to be highlighted and showcased. Up to three onboard programmes each containing up to 99 steps can be stored in the unit's base.
More versatile still, is the new MediaSpinner50 AT which features a multimedia extension with a panel for attaching to plasma screens, LCD displays, projectors or loudspeakers. It also has a BNC RGBHV video connection, 3 pin XLR audio connection, DMX data in/out via 3 and 5 pin XLRs, plus a DMX controllable power supply output for independent on/off switching of the load supply.
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