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Monday, February 27, 2012
These are some classic first generation scanners from COEF!! These are circa early 90's and are truly powerful units. Each unit features a 100 volt, 1200 watt Osram dual ended HMI lamp that sits behind a very high quality optic system. The units are 220 volt operation and will work with DMX, RS232/423 PMX (Older Martin and Pulsar Protocol) and 0 - 10 volt analogue. The unit uses 5 channels of signal for operation. Ch 1 is dichoric color (7 + Open White), Ch 2 is gobo selection (5 + 5 and open from 2 different wheels), Ch 3 is blackout / shutter / strobe, Ch 4 is scan mirror pan, and Ch 5 is scan mirror tilt. Since this unit uses such a high power lamp it uses 4 (yes 4) high velocity cooling fans to keep the lamp stable. 2 pull air in and 2 blow it out. Unit are made in Italy. Currently being refurbished. These units will be for sale!!
Sunday, February 26, 2012
A very cool set of classic strobes from NESS. These are the PF-200 units and feature a 150 watt linear strobe tube that puts out a ton of light. Units can be used by themselves with an adjustment knob on the rear or liked and triggered by any common 0 - 10 volt analogue controller through the 1/4" plugs on the rear. Units made in ???
Friday, February 17, 2012
Very RARE and unique disco ball unit. This unit is about 16" in diameter and features 3 mirrored rings set inside from each other. The outside of the rings are small square mirror tiles and the sides are solid mirror. This special unit is circa late 1970's from the minimal information I got off of the box. If anyone might know any additional information please contact me.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Very cool unit from LAMPO. This unit is the Steady Kalima projector. The unit has a common 120 volt, 800 watt Roundlux "Horseshoe" lamp the projects out of the 8 lenses on the front of the unit. This is a static unit so there is no motion with the beams. Looks great as multiples on a chaser. Unit can be gelled or dichros can be added for a colored effect. Unit made in Italy.