Waukesha, WI. - The Blizzard crew has arrived in Orlando for InfoComm 2017 armed with an excessive amount of sunscreen, a sharp batch of new products waiting for their debutante reveal, and a TV so big and high def, it would satisfy even the pickiest of Dads! Find these four new LED products in the Blizzard Lighting booth, #7442, come Wednesday, June 14.
The highlight of the booth, 96x IRiS™ R3 panels, can’t be missed. Blizzard’s new ETL listed 3.9mm pixel pitch LED video panel with high-contrast 3-in-1 SMD2121 blackbody LEDs has impressive specs, like 128x128 resolution (16,384 pixel), exceptional 1200nits brightness and 1920Hz refresh rate. Its front/rear module service and a generous warranty and repair system mean stunning ease of use and legendary support from Blizzard for users.
Blizzard’s newest powerful moving head, the G-Mix™ 200, makes its debut at InfoComm 2017 as a featured product in the booth’s design. With a 200W OSRAM® white LED light source and a smooth CMY color mixing system, this fixture’s rich output doesn’t disappoint. Other impressive specs include its unique system of three color wheels, 5°- 42° linear motorized zoom, smooth 540/270° pan & tilt movement, and variable frost for gentle wash-like output or dynamic background projections.
Get a load of LOOP™, an exciting new linear multi-beam moving head fixture with LED ring effects. The LOOP™ comes loaded with 7x 40W RGBW high power LEDs surrounded by 7x RGB colored rings and a narrow 5° beam angle. The fixture also boasts blazing fast 540°/270° tilt + infinite pan and tilt for sweeping beam effects, smooth 0-100% dimming, built-in crossfading color macros, and built-in chase patterns with speed control.
Finally, it’s hard to miss the new Cyc Out™ by Blizzard, a combo LED strobe/cyc light with the addition of RGBW color mixing for colored strobe effects. The fixture’s 256x 3W RGBW LEDs feature a wide 60° beam angle for extremely bright output. The Cyc Out’s strobe rate, intensity, and duration of the pulse are all fully controllable in both standalone and DMX modes, plus, its beam angle can be shaped using its equipped 2 leaf barn doors.
To learn more and see these fixtures in action, visit the Blizzard Lighting, booth #7442, at InfoComm 2017.
Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is a leader in LED pro and entertainment lighting. You can find Blizzard’s products working hard in venues around the world. To learn more, visit us at www.blizzardlighting.com