Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 07, 2006

Coemar welcomes new products at LDI 2006

With the continuous evolution and expansion of leds, the world of lights is experiencing a historical change: the analog to digital conversion. Therefore, Coemar is proud to present two new LED products at LDI 2006: PinLite the substitute of Pin Spot, and LED StripLite the perfect substitute for the popular halogen ribalte.

PinLite LED
The PinLite LED is comprised of 12 multicolor LEDs, with beam convergence, guarantee infinite color generation, and strobe effects and dimmer, all within extremely compact dimensions. The fixture is available as IP 20 or IP 66 (weather-proof), with XLR 3 or XLR 5 DMX connection, painted black or silver, and with beam angles of 12°, 30°, or 110°.

Product Highlights:
• 12 LEDs (1W)
• Infinite color generation with RGB system
• Flicker Free
• Dimmer included
• Electronic strobe
• Bidirectional DMX, all the functions can be emulated by distance with dr1

Available Versions:
• Body color: silver or black
• Protection rating: IP 20 or IP 66
• Beam angle: 12° - 30° - 110°
• DMX connection: XLR 3 o XLR 5

StripLite LED
The StripLite LED is the perfect substitute for the popular halogen ribalte. Offering multicolor and white (3200°K) LEDs that guarantee infinite color generation plus the possibility to obtain warm white. The body is light and solid, and the electrical consumption is extremely reduced in spite of the elevated brightness.

The product introduces new 3.2W LEDs that allow the generation and the mixing of convergent colors thanks to the emission of colored light (RGB system) inside each LED. The integration of monocromatic LEDs allows for white with spectral emission at 3200°K.

Product Highlights:
• 24 LEDs (3W)
• Infinite color generation with RGB system + white 3200°K
• Flicker Free
• Full range dimming
• Electronic strobe
• Bidirectional DMX, all the functions can be emulated by distance with dr1

Available Versions:
• LEDs: all RGB or RGB+white 3200°K
• Length mm: 1220-1000-610-500 (4’ – 3.28’ - 2’ – 1.64’)
• Protection rating: IP 20 or IP 66
• Number of LEDs: 10 - 12 - 20 - 24 (3W)
• Beam angle: 12° - 30° - 110°

 

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