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LumenRadio rocks Frankfurt and Prolight+Sound

LumenRadio rocks Frankfurt and Prolight+Sound

img_5223.JPGLumenRadio is back in Sweden after a fantastic Prolight+Sound show. The new "Swedish-inspired" stand design attracted thousands of German and international visitors. The stand, which was a part of the German distributor LMP's extremely busy village was framed by eight up-light cubes and contained elements from a typical Swedish forest. All lighting in the stand was controlled wirelessly by CRMX products.

The new product features, including KiNet V1 and V2 as well as CRMX Unity integration for both wireless and wired RDM, were received with huge interest. Many business deals was closed at the show and upcoming projects were confirmed in UK, Russia and France. In addition, several LumenRadio wireless seminars were booked for different European markets.

"We received very positive comments concerning the CRMX RDM implementation. There were a lot of visitors at the stand that specifically wanted to know more about our RDM products. Many existing customers also came by to tell us about demanding installations or projects where they had used our RDM products with great success", said Michael Karlsson, Senior R&D Engineer at LumenRadio.

The always so popular aquarium was a highlight, and the fishes Sarah and Marcus got a new caring home after the show.

"The Prolight+Sound Show last year was an extreme success, but we believe this year was even better. We revealed our first products for indoor functional lighting in conjunction with the show, and they were welcomed with great enthusiasm. In addition to this, we signed several new distributors allowing us to expand to markets where we have not yet been represented. The outstanding CRMX technology reputation is rapidly spreading throughout the industry", said Anders Ardstål, Vice President of Sales at LumenRadio.

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