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LEDHead LED Lighting to launch British made product at Prolight+Sound

LEDHead LED Lighting to launch British made product at Prolight+Sound

Imagine an LED screen that can be broken down into sections of just 36 pixels and re-distributed around a stage or venue. Imagine that these sections could be controlled via DMX512. The possibilities for new visual effects would be greatly increased for any company with pixelmapping control software.

The LEDHead Mini-Map is the key - a miniature LED screen measuring just 150mm square and mounting via hook clamp or half-coupler. Power and DMX can be daisy chained with PowerCon and XLR5 connectors giving a unique and effective visual product.

The Mini-Map is designed and manufactured in the UK and is distributed worldwide by MilTec (UK) Ltd.

The range of visual products also includes PixelTube, a 3-dimensional lighting system designed to give spectacular effects when the LED tubes are hung above a stage or from the ceiling in entertainment venues. The PixelTube is also controlled by DMX512.

The LEDHead Batten2, which has been a big success in the UK with rental companies and TV studios, will be shown with the new “Cycwash” option which allows it to be used as a cyclorama wash. This option enables the Batten2 to give an even wash of light up to 6m high while positioned only 1m away from the lit surface. In normal batten mode it can be operated as a single source or as an 18x quadcolour pixelmap unit.

Three new LED moving heads will also be on display. The EPW2 and EPW3 are both 3-function lighting units with true spot and wash features and the ability to pixelmap the wash LEDs. They are powered by 180W and 200W white LEDs for the spot function and 9W tricolour LEDs for the wash. The EPW3 has a zoom lens on the spot function. A new moving head wash light, the 360WZ is now available with 36x 10W quadcolour LEDs and zoom optics.

All of these products can be seen alongside a new 60W LED scan, LED tapes and a selection of powered and wireless uplighters on the MilTec (UK) Ltd stand, Hall 8.0, stand D15.

5th April 2013

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