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Ayrton unleashes powerful stadium colour with the new Wildsun-S25

Ayrton unleashes powerful stadium colour with the new Wildsun-S25

Ayrton has released a whole series of new products for 2016 and over the coming weeks we will be showcasing each one in turn. First up is WildSun-S25.

WildSun-S25 is the colour-mixing cousin of Ayrton’s WildSunK25 wash light. The new full colour model packs 217 highly efficient single RGBW LED emitters into a compact moving head and punches out 60,000 lumens of light. This output rivals that of 4000W HMI luminaires fitted with colour filters, but with far greater flexibility of use and lower maintenance.

WildSun-S25’s four-colour mixing is based on an ingenious arrangement of emitters combined with a holographic filter, which optimises the colour mix to create an infinite palette of pastels and saturated colours. Its LED emitters are distributed over six 60° segments with the colours in each 36-diode segment capable of being individually controlled.

The filter also protects the fixture under extreme conditions, for example, the dust and sand within multi-sport venues, and the transmitting lens is equipped with an integrated honeycomb ‘egg crate’ louvre to prevent unwanted off-axis glare.

WildSun-S25 has a proprietary, silicone-based, high-output 6:1 optical zoom which gives a zoom range of 10° to 60° and ensures perfect colour stability over time.

It has powerful tri-phase stepper motors to drive the pan and tilt axes ensuring fast, accurate and silent positioning. WildSunS25 is equipped with serial connectivity and can be controlled using DMX-RDM, ArtNet, sACN or wireless CRMX TiMo RDM from LumenRadio.

In conclusion, Wildsun-S25 is the most powerful RGBW fixture on the market and ideal for spreading magnificent pastels, saturated colours and sheer power over the long throw distances of concert halls, stadiums and festivals. It is available from Ayrton’s international distributor network with immediate effect.

24th May 2016

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