Trio of Cameos from Adam Hall
The catalogue of lighting brand Cameo, part of the Adam Hall Group, has expanded with three fixtures comprising a moving bar, an LED matrix and an RDM-enabled moving head. All three join the brand’s Auro range.
First is the Auro Bar 100, an RDM-enabled moving bar offering seven 15W RGBW LEDs to create a wide range of colours plus three temperatures of white. Features include two three-phase motors for pan and tilt, 16-bit resolution, a 3,600Hz refresh rate, colour temperature and automatic positioning correction with single pixel control. Four modes of DMX control are available – automated operation, sound activation and programmable standalone scenes. Physically, the fixture’s enclosure is constructed in compound ABS and metal, with convection cooling, 3-pin and 5-pin DMX connections, Neutrik powerCON I/O and Art-Net compatibility.
Boasting a similar specification, the Auro Matrix 500 uses 25 15W quad LEDs. Again, two three-phase motors are onboard as are features including 16-bit resolution, four DMX and automated operation modes, a 3,600Hz refresh rate, 3-pin and 5-pin DMX and Neutrik powerCON I/O. It is also Art-Net compatible via RJ-45 connectors with a ‘Power Failure Protection’ function, quiet temperature controlled fans and a battery-powered colour LCD display for offline setting.
Finally, The Auro Spot 400 is described as an ‘ultra bright’ RDM-enabled moving head with a single 180W LED. Features include two gobo wheels with seven rotating and nine fixed gobos, two colour wheels with 12 colours, warm and cold white plus open, 3-facet, 5-facet and 8-facet rotating prisms and a frost filter. Its three-phase motors provide 540-degrees or 630-degrees of pan and 230-degrees of tilt with 16-bit resolution. Three modes of DMX control are available – automated, sound activation, or a 20Hz high-speed strobe and automatic positioning correction.
As above, the enclosure is a combination of compound ABS and metal, with a battery-powered LCD display, 3-pin and 5-pin DMX, Neutrik powerCON connections and reportedly silent temperature controlled fans.