The DL.3 Digital Light integrates a media server loaded with a wealth of digital content with a high output 4-chip light engine, a highly sensitive HAD sensor camera and an infrared illumination system. DL.3 mounts like any other intelligent moving luminaire and controls just as easily with plug-and-play Opera
tion using standard DMX cabling and protocols. Production set-up time is reduced as there is no need for RGB cabling, and racks of servers are no longer necessary at front-of-house or backstage area.
A Content Management Application running on your MAC or PC workstation or laptop computer gives you Remote Control
of uploading and crossloading content, upgrading software and fixture configuration for multiple DL.3 fixtures on a fixture network.
Used High End Systems
From Ani di Franco to ZZ Top concerts. From Super Bowl half time to popular music award shows. From trade shows and talk shows to Olympic ceremonies or church sanctuaries.
At High End Systems Inc., we innovate and create the lighting products and control systems that illuminate some of the world's biggest artists on the largest stages, as well as film and television sets, cruise ships, theme parks, restaurants and retail spaces.
Now entering our fourth decade, we're one of the world's largest entertainment lighting manufacturers, a pioneer in new digital lighting technology and producer of the industry-preferred lighting controller technology.
We attribute our success to staying in touch with the needs of the entertainment lighting community. Product research and development at our Austin, TX headquarters is an ongoing collaboration between in-house engineers and lighting designers in the field.
This collaboration is largely to thank for our status as a major industry innovator and intellectual property holder. We're not only keeping pace with industry developments - we're guiding them. We're constantly pushing the creative and technological envelope to meet customer needs and stay ahead of the curve.
As members of the entertainment community, we know reliability is paramount. We maintain rigorous manufacturing standards, while providing industry-leading customer support services.
- Rigging Hardware applies to all the pins, hooks and other pieces used to connect and hoist gear into place.. Used . . Used . ...Bulbs
- A Bulb or light bulb is a source of artificial light. There are many different kinds of bulbs including High Intensity Discharge or HIDs, Halogen, Fluorescent and Light Emitting Diodes, but the most . Used . common is the incandescence that works by the release of electromagnetic radiation. . Used . ...Speaker
- A speaker is a device that converts an electrical signal into the equivalent air vibrations in order to make audible sound.. Used . . Used . ...Full Racks
- Dimmer racks are cabinets designed for stacking many dimmer modules into an easily accessible space. They can be permanent architectural installments or portable units built for road travel and vary i. Used . n size from small rack with only a few dimmer modules to very large racks with hundreds. . Used . ...Amp Racks
- An amp rack is any furniture, fixture, or case where multiple amplifiers are mounted in slots or grooves, generally used in touring systems because they are easy to transport.
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Used Intelligent Lighting Projectors
Intelligent projectors are a special type of lighting equipment used in theatre and concerts, which are used to project a beam of light onto a specific location on the stage. Intelligent projectors, also called moving head projectors, and a unique kind of digital lighting‚?? they have no actual lens, and so the spread of the light beam is always very narrow.
Moving digital luminaires such as these intelligent projectors are very popular with lighting technicians, as the narrow beam of light allows them to define a very small portion of the stage, while leaving the rest of the performance area in darkness. This effect is referred to as a ‚??godspot effect‚?Ě. They are often combined with special effects such as fog or haze in order to create very atmospheric conditions on the stage.
Intelligent projectors use two reflectors ‚?? a parabolic reflector for organizing the light into beams that are virtually parallel, and a spherical reflector at the front of the digital lighting, which reflects the light beam onto the parabolic reflector, thus lessening the amount of spill.
This design results in intelligent projectors producing an extremely intense and very narrow light beam, which is neither easily modified or controlled.