This is a site dedicated to unique and vintage lighting, effects and controllers. We also repair, maintain, sell and broker classic lighting and DJ equipment. Brought to you by VNC Lighting Systems.

Follow us on Facebook

Vintage Nightclub Lighting Ebay Auctions

Contact Vintage Nightclub Lighting

To contact Vintage Nightclub Lighting Email

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Salvin Oddball UFO Unit

Classic UFO from Salvin!  This is the Oddball unit.  This unit is basically a copy of the Kremesa Neptunos 20 lamp ufo but with a more primitive design.  The unit features 20 X 6 volt, 30 watt Par 36 - 4515 lamps wired in series with a physical UFO configuration.  Independent neon indicators let you know when there is a lamp fault since there are 20 bulbs in series - major time saver and great feature.  The difference between the Kremesa and the Salvin unit is that the Salvin features a dedicated controller with variable speed control of the tumble (side) motor and separate circuits for the additional 2 motors and lamp circuit.  Power is supplied through the controller and connection to the main unit it through a standard analogue 6 pin connector / umbilical.  The unit is all black with the exception of the inner lamp cups (Looks like another copy from the Satel Waltzer and other units).  Classic and very RARE unit that was made here in the US!

Saturday, August 15, 2015

f.a.l. Ventaglio (Static Version) Units PF 128

Great units that were just barely kept from the scrap pile!  These are the Ventaglio units from f.a.l. These are the static version units which means they do not move or change color - they just light up.  Each unit has 5 X round convex lenses where the light emits from - in addition there are 4 smaller holes between the lenses where light projects from.  These units were originally fitted with Philips 240 volt, 300 watt 6874P lamps but we have changed them to FKW 120 volt 300 watt lamps for US voltage.  Simple classic fixtures that look awesome on a chaser.  Units are in rough condition but will be cleaned up and repainted shortly.  Units made in Italy.