Discharge returns for GLP

Discharge returns for GLP

Published:

GLP has returned to its discharge lamp heritage with the GT-1 hybrid spot, beam and wash fixture. ‘Discharge is nothing new for us – it’s where the whole GLP journey began, and we’re pleased to be exploring the possibilities of this technology once again to deliver a unique solution,’ stated GLP founder Udo Künzler.

GT-1 calls on a 470W discharge lamp to produce a beam with a reported 22:1 ratio zoom range, from 2.5-degrees to 55-degrees. In Spot mode the fixture offers CMY colour mixing, eight rotating gobos, 14 fixed pattern gobos, additional beam reduction gobos and an interchangeable animation wheel. It also features three different rotating prisms, a fixed colour wheel with CTO/CTB filters and a wash effect. In Beam mode the GT-1 delivers a parallel beam of light at 2.5-degrees through its 145mm diameter front lens.

Away from the optics, GT-1 offers the manufacturer’s baseless chassis, inbuilt wireless DMX control, 16-bit pan and tilt movement and dimming and shuttering capabilities. It has a built-in battery, an auto-sensing power supply and weighs in at 25kg.

In other news, the German manufacturer has also unveiled a Battery and Wireless DMX pack for its X4 Atom light which it believes will add flexibility to any existing Atom head. The accessory is IP65-rated for outdoor use, it offers a reported run time of eight hours and is fully rechargeable. Wireless DMX is provided by technology from Lumen Radio.

www.glp.de

Related Articles

Knowledge Centre

Procom Middle East host Avolites Seminar
Calendar
Procom Middle East host Avolites Seminar

to

Map Makeen Building, Airport Road, Dubai, UAE

more

Published:

WORLD

How to setup a wireless microphone system (basic)

dBTechnologies presents a new series of educational videos dedicated to wireless microphone systems. This video is a basic training to help us take advantage of wireless microphone systems, which prove to be fundamental in many contexts, both liv…

more »


4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

pdf - PDF

Published:

WORLD

4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities - Atlona

When high-definition TVs (HD or 1080p) first entered the market, only three HDTV channels were available. Fast forward five years, the number of channels grew to 40. Today, over 20 years since the HD breakthrough, most streamed content is available …

more »


Our
Magazines

Subscribe to our magazines

If you would like to subscribe to one or more of our magazines please click on the SUBSCRIBE button to take you to our registration page.

Pro Audio Asia - January - February 2017
Pro Audio Asia
Pro Audio MEA - January - February 2017
Pro Audio MEA
Worship AVL - March - April 2017
Worship AVL