|At Plasa 2005 Coemar unveiled a new version of the smart moving head projector iSpot S. Flicker-free and self-stabilising, iSpot S is appropriate for a range of applications, but its improved low noise attitude makes it suitable for TV studios. Offering 12 rotating gobos and a powerful luminous output, the iSpot S provides hi-tech and functionality.
Further features include articulated movement (pan 530° tilt 270°), 16 bit beam positioning, dmx 512 standard plus bidirectional (with DR 1) communication protocol, full range dimming, synchronised or random strobe effect, zap strobe effect full electronic, black-out, CMY color mixing system, 5 fixed colours plus white on colour wheel, rainbow/multi-colour/slide effects, synchronised black-out and colour change, proportional CTO. Gobos are easily interchangeable on two wheels of 6 gobos each plus open. Add 2 rotating optical glass prisms, frost effect, full proportional iris, motorised focusing objective with high definition optics, zoom 7° to 26°.
The iSpot's LED display shows dmx address, lamp life (approx. 750 hours) test, signal presence and all functions emulated by DR 1 remote control. Software can be upgraded.
Another new product at Plasa 2005 is Coemar's iWash Halo. Featuring 538° pan, 252° tilt beam movement, 16 bit, the iWash Halo is equipped with a 750W 55V (750W, 20000lm, 3200°K, 200h) halogen lamp. The lumnair has a full CMY colour mixing system, 6 colours plus white on colour wheel, proportional CTB filter, full range dimming, synchronised or random strobe effect, blackout. Zoom ranges from 12° to 51°. A rotating filter provides beam shaping and an additional fresnel lens for a higher concentration of the beam. The iWash Halo also features an interface with LED display for dmx 512 standard and bidirectional protocol. All functions are emulated by DR 1 remote control.