SGM presents its G-1 mini-beam at PL+S 2015

At PL+S 2015, SGM presented the G-1 mini-beam, a LED IP-65 fixture that can work by battery and guarantees a duration of 10-12 ore. Output is 61.910 lux at 3 metres with a colour temperature of 6,500 K and a fixed angle of 2.8° which, thanks to the zoom, can ream a range of 0.3°.

SGM Prolight + Sound 2015

It uses a standard DMX512 USITT and can be controlled both by DMX wireless as well as via cable. G-1 is available in two versions: with or without base unit. The base enables to use the backup battery, guaranteeing functions without needing energy sources nearby, while without the base, the G-1 can be suspended and connected to the power grid using the specific cable.

It has a wheel with 19 gobos, as well as rocking effect, colour wheel with 14 different colours, gobo shake function and infinite rotation in both clockwise and anti-clockwise direction. Total consumption is 60W, weight only 9.1 kg with batteries, and it is able to operate at extreme temperatures of from -10°C to 40°C in any weather conditions.

SGM Prolight + Sound 2015

SGM has also been awarded the 2015 pipa prize as best lighting product with the Q-7 RGBW, competing against other two high-level nominations such as Robe BMFL and Martin Professional Mac Wash.

The prize, awarded by journalists from over specialized magazines from all over the world, is 100 a reason for Peter Johansen to be proud, who said: “Being appreciated for this innovative LED device is incredible. It has rapidly become a standard of the sector and I am really proud to see it at work in many important occasions”.

During the following video-interview, Morten Kristensen, product manager at SGM speaks about the functions of the G-1 and of the winner of the pipa prize – the Q-7 RGBW.


 ZioGiorgio Staff

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