TMB “Village” Focuses on Product Demos at PLASA

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• Created: September 10, 2009

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LONDON — TMB is returning to PLASA ’09 with its TMB “Village” concept, with an emphasis on a combination of hospitality and hands-on demos with booth neighbor Bandit Lites. Here are some highlights:

  • amBIENT XC from amBX — an ambient lighting control system.
  • ProShell RJ45 housing — for converting a standard RJ45 connector into a road-worthy connector with strain relief.
  • Atex LED — Flexible, linear lighting systems.
  • ProPlex RMT — Remote Media Transceiver system for long range DVI video transmission and distribution over CAT5e cable.
  • ProPlex GBS (GigaBit switch) — Ethernet switches built for use in portable entertainment production.
  • Solaris CF-35 strobe — IP rated, UV stabilized, and compact CF-35 strobes designed particularly for architectural installations.
  • ProFan —DMX fan with detachable remote for manual control.

TMB Architectural will also display a range of architectural solutions, including:  CueServer by Interactive Technologies; curveLED transparent flexible video display curtains; Deja Cue lighting playback and integration processor; Digital Festoon DFS color changing LED display systems; Falcon xenon fixtures by Alpha One; Tempest all-weather fixture and projection enclosures.

TMB will also show core lighting wireless fixtures for the temporary events market; DMX Data Lynx four-universe DMX console switcher and backup; Gefen video conversion and distribution devices; Hippotizer media servers; Kinesys Libra loadcell and Elevation motor control; ProPlex and ProCable professional cables and assemblies; ProPower CE power distribution; SandBox multi-protocol hardware; Toplight with Space Bag for deeply projected loft lighting; W-DMX Generation III wireless DMX featuring the new Ugly Box wireless signal tester and more.

The TMB stand, located in the ESTA pavilion, next to the Bandit Six Lamp Bar, is in Hall 2:  Q18, Q19, Q22, and R22.  

For more information, please visit www.tmb.com.

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