Elation Professional Proteus Beam and Hybrid Luminaires

by Michael Eddy
Elation's new Proteus Hybrid and Proteus Beam (L to R)
Elation's new Proteus Hybrid and Proteus Beam (L to R)
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Elation Professional will introduce its Proteus™ line of IP-rated arc-source moving heads, in addition to other new luminaires at this year’s Prolight + Sound exhibition. Elation will be located in Hall 4 Stand F60/61. Both the Proteus Beam™ and Proteus Hybrid™ are now available and are all IP-rated. Proteus Beam is an IP-rated, discharge-lamp beam moving head and an LDI Best Debuting Product Award winner. Proteus Hybrid is an IP-rated, 3-in-1 discharge-lamp hybrid moving head.

Further information from Elation Professional (elationlighting.com)

Other Elation innovations debuting at Prolight + Sound include Artiste DaVinci™, a full-featured and high-output theatrical-grade LED moving head spot luminaire with a 300-watt LED engine paired with optics to create a 13,000-lumen output. A number of other products are to be on display as well including the new Platinum 1200 Wash™, Elation’s brightest LED wash to date with (19) 65W Osram™ multi-chip RGBW LEDs for color washes on par with 1,500-watt discharge fixtures. Features include a 5° to 50° motorized zoom, and the flexible 7-color Platinum Seven™ LED wash luminaire housing 19x 25W multi-chip LEDs (Red, Green, Blue, White, Amber, Mint, and UV) and features a 5° to 50° zoom.

Elation’s Fuze™ series™ of full-color LED wash luminaires with zoom—classic Fresnel-looking wash lights with a homogenized field of light and a lens face that appears as one color instead of individual LED diodes—has proved popular since launching last fall. Visitors to Prolight + Sound will have their chance to see both moving head and IP65-rated PAR versions. Also featured will be the Rayzor 360Z™, a compact LED beam/wash moving effect with a 5° to 50° motorized zoom that uses (3) 60W RGBW LEDs and includes 16-bit continuous 360° pan and tilt rotation.

The Elation team invites you to Hall 4 Stand F60/61 at this year’s Prolight + Sound for a closer look.