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Professional lighting technology has many applications:
From classic theater to modern television studios, hip clubs, festivals, museums, trade fair and shop construction to architectural lighting or other outdoor areas.
We offer the ideal lighting device for every application - whether white light or color effects - static or motorized luminaires - well-known brands or our own product imports with an excellent price / performance ratio.
With over 25 years of industry experience, we advise according to the motto:
Because with us, the customer should come back - not the product!
Here is a short list of the different types of headlights in alphabetical order:
Floodlights - thanks to a wide beam angle, particularly suitable for illuminating large areas (light source available with bulbs or with LEDs)
Fresnel spotlights - The front lens consists of a series of ring-shaped steps, the light cone is not clearly delimited and the light runs out gently at the edges. (light source available with bulbs or with LEDs)
Movingheads - multi-functional spotlights that can be controlled via DMX signal and swiveled around two axes. A distinction is made between washlights (area lighting), spotlights (equipped with gobos) and beam models (very narrow beam angle for almost straight light cones) - light source available with bulbs or with LEDs
PC spotlights - The PlanConvex lens creates a clearly defined round beam of light (light source available with bulbs or with LEDs)
Profile spotlights - In contrast to PC/Fresnel spotlights, the light cone can be limited by shutters. Squares, triangles and many other shapes can be represented with the light cone. (light source available with bulbs oder with LEDs)
Stroboscopes - effect device for generating flashes of light. In a dark environment, the impression of choppy, still images is created (light source available with bulbs or with LEDs)
Followspots - As the artist moves on stage, he is followed by a beam of light, while the rest of the stage remains largely in the dark. (light source available with bulbs or with LEDs)