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Robe Launches 4 Products in US at InfoComm

Robe ROBIN DLXLAS VEGAS - Robe Lighting is launching four products in the US at InfoComm 2012: ROBIN DLX and DLF, the ROBIN 100 LEDBeam, and the Actor 6 for the theatre, performance and TV/broadcast applications. These and other products will be showcased at Booth #C12402 at the Las Vegas Convention Center June 13-15.
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LAS VEGAS - Robe Lighting will be exhibiting at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, June 13-15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center  on Booth # C12402.

It is the US launch of four products: Robe’s ROBIN DLX and DLF - high power RGBW spot and wash moving heads; the ROBIN 100 LEDBeam; and the Actor 6 for the theatre, performance and TV/broadcast applications.

Several other key products highlighted include the ROBIN series featuring the MMX Spot and the ROBIN LEDWash 300, 600 and 1200.

Robe is also showcasing the install version of Ropix Video Panels.

Anolis’ ArcDots will be demonstrated in an eye-catching visual display, and visitors can also see the latest Anolis ArcLine series of high quality architectural LED products.

The booth design takes an interactive approach, using an Avolites Touchscreen controller to run all the lighting instruments with a separate Avolites Titan surface to control the Ropix wall.

This will allow everyone’s time to be maximized with multiple simultaneous demos.

An iPad will control fixtures via ArtNet wireless protocol to illustrate the ease of operation and the ways Robe equipment can be interfaced.

The booth theme emphasizes Robe's consistent commitment to quality and on-going innovation, and the forward-focused technologies embraced, including ARTNet, Wireless DMX and RDM, plus the ease of connectivity and operation.

Attending are Robe Lighting’s CEO Harry von den Stemmen; Entertainment & Leisure Segment Manager David Chesal; Rental Staging Segment Manager,Heather Busch; and Inside Sales Manager Jerry Seay; plus the Ropix US team.

Jimmy Duke is programming the lighting, assisted by Creative Stage Lighting’s Phil Heid on the Ropix Wall.


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