Robert Juliat will be exhibiting at PLASA 2019 on Stand K40d with UK distributor, Ambersphere Solutions, where it will demonstrate SpotMe, its award-winning, bespoke 3D position-tracking system for followspots, which earned Robert Juliat a PLASA Award for Innovation in 2018.
The ZEP2 range of LED zoom profile spots and Fresnel fixtures will be on display. Equipped with an enhanced white LED source providing a higher light quality and output, ZEP2 can be used as a direct complement or replacement for traditional 1kW or 2kW units but uses only 150W or 300W of long-life LED power resulting in huge cost savings.
ZEP2 profile spots deliver a smooth flat beam, CRI of up to 92, and all the SX range features including three variable zoom options (28°-54°, 16°-35° and 11°-26°), a strobe function, and a built-in flicker-free dimmable PSU with silent operation which make it suitable for studio and film applications. Zero UV/IR emissions ensures protection for audiences, works of art and delicate or historic environments. Gobo projection is crystal clear which makes ZEP2 profiles suitable for applications from the smallest theatre to the largest spectacular.
ZEP2 Fresnel fixtures complement the ZEP2 profile spots. Available in warm and cool white (150W version) and, additionally, neutral and variable white (300W version), with a 200mm Fresnel lens that creates a powerful wash effect. Colour temperature remains constant while dimming, and the built-in electronic flicker-free dimmable PSU ensures silent operation. Beam shaping can be achieved with precision by the addition of RJ’s unique, individually rotatable barndoors. ZEP2 Fresnel is designed for studios, theatres, and events as well as architectural applications.
Robert Juliat’s Dalis family now includes Dalis 861 a 150W LED eight-colour Washlight; Dalis 862 (300W) full size and Dalis 862S (150W) short, variable white Footlights, and Dalis Access 863 a 150W LED 4-colour cyclorama light, plus Dalis 864 Footlight, a 150W 4-colour version of the original Dalis 862 tuneable white footlight.
Robert Juliat will be supporting the KOI Awards for the sixth year running by sponsoring the Award for Opera in the Theatre category.