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Clay Paky introduces Alpha Beam 300 and Alpha Beam 1500

Introduced by Clay Paky at PLASA 2008 and at LDI, Las Vegas, booth #850, the Alpha Beam 300 produces a parallel light beam for a very similar use to that of an Par64 ACL but with superior and innovative characteristics. Complete and compact (only 19 kg), service friendly and easy to install and use, Alpha Beam 300 is a suitable moving light beam for “live” professional use especially “long throw” to cut through the brightness of stage washes or LED backgrounds. AT LDI and as well as at PLASA the Alpha Beam 300 is presented with live demonstrations, along with the new and powerful Alpha Beam 1500W.
Thanks to the new Clay Paky special optical group, the Alpha Beam 300 produces brightness equal to three times that of an ordinary 1200W wash projector, generating an extraordinary “tunnel of light” with a natural beam of 8°. Energy consumption is that of a 300 W light bulb.
Complete graphics where the aperture and graphics of the “tunnel of light” can be determined is using the 8 fixed gobos available as standard (4 image gobos + 4 beam angle reduction gobos), patented frost, “soft mode” and “hard edge” mode, CMY and color wheel, electronic ballast, broad soft and fast movement to easily move onto the stage, the public, the ceiling or towards the sky for open-air events.
Shortly after its debut on the international market, the Alpha Beam 300 was selected by many LDs and adopted by rental companies. It also won the PLASA 2008 award for Innovation.
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