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Elation Professional will be unveiling 3 new fixtures in its Platinum Series, and will also be introducing a new LED par can, the Opti Quad Par.  More information about these products below.

Expansion Of Platinum Series

Based on the success of its groundbreaking Platinum Spot 5R, Elation will be expanding its Platinum Series of DMX moving heads, which utilize advanced MSD Platinum Lamp technology from Philips.  The Platinum lamp allows for an extremely compact and lightweight fixture design, cuts energy usage in half, and offers double the lamp life. The following 3 new Platinum Series products will be shown at LDI:

Platinum Spot 5R Pro – Like the original Platinum Spot 5R, the new Platinum Spot 5R Pro emits comparable output to a 575-watt fixture, while measuring half the size, consuming half as much energy, and offering twice as long lamp life – thanks to its MSD Platinum Lamp technology. Loaded with gobos and effects like the original, the Platinum Spot 5R Pro boasts several exciting new features as well, including CMY color mixing, a built-in Zoom, Pan/Tilt Lock, and an optional wireless DMX receiver.  Also found on the “Pro” are the complete palette of professional features that made the original so popular, including: 22 gobos, 3 facet rotating prism, Motorized Iris, Variable Frost Filter and Motorized Focus.

Platinum Spot 15R – Offering the same features as the Platinum Spot 5R Pro (above), the Platinum Spot 15R is powered by the new, larger, ultra-powerful Philips 15R MSD Platinum Lamp, taking this cutting-edge technology to new heights – and brightness – for bigger applications.

Platinum Spot LED -- An LED moving head built in a Platinum-style case!  The Platinum Spot offers similar functionality and features to Elation’s Design Spot LED, including: 2 gobo wheels (total 14 gobos); a color wheel (8 dichroic colors plus white); two-direction Rainbow Effect; 3-facet Rotating/Indexing Prism; Variable Frost Filter, Motorized Iris; 16 DMX channels; 540° or 630° Pan and 265° Tilt; and much more.  Equal in output to a 250-watt discharge fixture, it has a 50,000-hour lamp life.

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Opti Quad Par

Elation will also be unveiling the Opti Quad Par, a 90-watt high-power next-generation version of its popular Opti Tri Par color-mixing LED DMX par can.  Like its name “Quad” suggests, the new model contains 4 different color LEDs (red, green, blue and white) in an RGBW homogenized lens for superior color mixing.  Along with the addition of white LEDs, another new feature on the Opti Quad Par is power/data link In/Out on the back of the fixture with both 3-pin and 5-pin DMX and powercon In/Outputs.

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