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Robert Juliat will be exhibiting its green credentials at Prolight & Sound 2011.

Robert Juliat will be exhibiting its green credentials at Prolight & Sound 2011.

VictorFor the first time the stand (Stand D74, Hall 11.0) will be lit with a predominance of low energy products from Robert Juliat, including the award-winning Aledin 630 LED Profile spot which offers a choice of warm or cool LED light sources.

To complement the Aledin Profile, Robert Juliat will be launching the Aledin 330 LED Wash, the new, variable beam angle, LED washlight.


Aledin 330 Wash offers a choice of two colour temperatures (3500K or 5800K), a flicker-free, integrated, dimmable electronic ballast, a beam angle range from 20° - 98° and a 200mm Fresnel lens for maximum light output. Together with the Aledin Profile, the Aledin Wash provides the perfect low energy, high quality lighting solution.

Robert Juliat's LED capabilities are also extended to its followspot range: the Aledin LED followspot is an adaptation of the 575W MSD Buxie, but with an 85W LED light source. This new model retains all the operational features and colour-changing abilities of a standard Buxie followspot, combined with the benefits of a low energy LED light source.

Aledin Wash

Power consumption for the stand will be monitored and displayed throughout the show to illustrate the power-savings that can be achieved with Robert Juliat LED fixtures.

Aledin Profile

Robert Juliat's standard followspot range will also be represented at the show. Cyrano 1015M, the 2500W HMI 3° - 8° unit, now has a new electronic ballast, while the ever-popular Victor 1159B, the 1800W MSR 7° - 14.5° spot, will be shown with a motorized dimming shutter.

To see these for yourself and to learn more about the Robert Juliat LED range, visit Stand D74, Hall 11.0.

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