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Robe and Anolis at ISE 2017

Robe and Anolis at ISE 2017

The Netherlands – Leading Czech lighting brands Robe and Anolis will share Stand in Hall 7 at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2017 in Amsterdam, February 7th – 10th 2017.

As a major European expo for integrators and installers, Robe and Anolis will highlight some exciting new and relevant products for these markets and look forward to meeting potential new as well as existing clients and participating in the vibrant ISE buzz.

Anolis is taking the opportunity to launch two brand new commercial LED product lines, the Ambiane downlighter and the Divine UV 60 and Divine 160.

The stand design features cinema/theatre style seating and a demonstration area, with the Ambiane fixtures rigged above the seats to illustrate an in situ installation.

Divine UV 60 is a breakthrough in true UV illumination, a 160 Watt all-LED luminaire providing superb UV output levels with precision UV and stable components housed in an IP67 rated casing. Flexible mounting options make it perfect for themed and installed environments as well as events.

The Anolis Divine 160 is a high-performance 440W luminaire with phenomenal light output ideal for a variety of architectural lighting scenarios including dynamic colour changing effects on building exteriors and façades, or for illuminating complete areas with subtle CCT controllable white light.

A selection of other Anolis architectural luminaires – made in Europe and known for their robust and quality engineering – will be on the stand.

Robe’s focus will on their award-winning DL7 and DL4 ranges of LED moving lights, powerful and refined, designed specifically for theatres, studios and other performance and event spaces and venues.

Also the versatile new Spiider wash beam with its distinctive super bright 60W RGBW LED multi-chip in the middle surrounded by 18 x 30W RGBW LED multi-chips in an intricate optical design resembling a spider’s web.

Robe’s Spikie, a small, super-fast single-source LED WashBeam with continuous rotation will also be of interest to integrators and specifiers working in multiple sectors.

1st February 2017

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