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GLP impression FR1

by PLSN Staff • in
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• Created: April 11, 2018

The GLP impression FR1, which receives its European premiere at the Prolight+Sound Show (Hall 4:0, G20) brings a powerful new level of versatility and quality with one of the most compact automated lighting packages available today.

More details from GLP (www.germanlightproducts.com):

Using a single, high-powered 60 Watt homogenized RGBW LED at its core, the impression FR1 features color mixing across a vast spectrum, whilst at the same time it can project a crisp, punchy white light, with a full range of color temperature control.

Optical quality is at the forefront with the impression FR1 as it provides a clean, homogenized output at all angles, always delivering a clean beam from centre to extreme edge. This consistency and attention to detail allows the impression FR1 to be used in a large range of applications where compromize is not an option.

A super-fast 3.5 to 34 degree zoom range gives full beam control over both short and longer throw distances and because of its power, the FR1 can project over a long throw.

With quality comes accuracy, and in this area the impression FR1 features 16-bit dimming and 16-bit position control through a range of 540 degrees of pan and 220 degrees of tilt. But with an added kick, the FR1 also has the ability of bi-directional continuous pan rotation at varying speeds from slow and gentle to extremely fast.

A variety of dimmer curve options, along with a full PWM range and other settings, are available from the on-board menu with critical fixture-functions also available to control via the DMX signal.

The GLP trademark baseless design features on the impression FR1, and offers power in and thru connectors for ease of setting up multiple units. The base also features rubber feet for floor mounting, threaded sockets for coupler attachments and inbuilt safety wire points.

In summary, the impression FR1 offers an outstanding combination of quality, power, size and ability — with an element of fun.

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