Award-winning beam shaper turns heads
Claypaky’s Scenius Profile beam shaper was the recipient of the Plasa Award for Innovation at Plasa 2016. The moving head features a 1,400W Osram discharge lamp and an optical unit that together reportedly deliver a high light output and a deep CRI. The fixture’s framing system comprises four independently overlapping blades, which can be used simultaneously on four separate focal planes to shapes of varying sizes and proportions.
Also new from the Italian manufacturer is a moving LED bar with the ability to transform into a multi-beam effect light. Named the Shar-Bar, this fixture offers six 30W Osram Ostar RGBW LEDs, each of which is coupled to an optical unit formed of a motorised system with a double mirror. This allows each light beam to be aimed independently of the others, or to be locked within a 60-degree cone, which Claypaky states results in an effect replicating the appearance of six separate lights.
Heading outside, the Odeon series, is a series of IP66-rated pure architectural lights. Flood and linear varieties are available with a total of more than 30 models, all designed for the differing needs of architectural installation. Models include 15-degree, 25-degree and 45-degree optics versions, as well as RGBW, tunable white and total white configurations. All Odeon fictures can also be customised in regards to size and finish to meet a HOW’s design needs.
Finally, designed for low power consumption and high colour quality, the Hepikos is a 700W washlight reportedly capable of emitting a sharp and thick beam for creating coloured aerial lighting effects. This is achieved by the combining fixture’s 185mm PC front lens and narrow 5-degree beam angle.