Corporate used package of (8) Volkslicht in mint condition.
Used on various corporate events. Cleaned and maintained by in house technicians.
(8) Volkslicht 60 RGB
(1) Flight Case
The GLP Volkslicht Spot features a 300W RGB LED engine which offers high output through an efficient optical system with clear gobo projection, even field distribution and smooth dimming without any color shift, all in a spot fixture format.
With near silent operation, the Volkslicht Spot is designed for venues and events keen to embrace the low maintenance and easy operational aspects of leading edge LED technology.
The feature set of the GLP Volkslicht Spot includes a motorized iris, rotating gobo wheel with 7 positions plus open, a static gobo wheel with 9 positions plus open, a rotating prism, and motorized focus all within a small body so that it can be placed discretely. The output features a beam angle of 15 degrees. With a light weight of just 33 lbs. it has been designed for permanent installations or for applications with shorter throw distances than the award winning GLP Impression Spot One.
GLP Light Products GmbH was founded in 1994 by Udo Kuenzler. Since then GLP has become the established brand name of high-quality and innovative lights for the professional lighting market. GLP is today one of the leading manufacturers of high-class lighting technology with a focus on quality and affordability. Our technology is driven by a constant dialogue with our customers to ensure a level of product innovation that exceeds expectations. GLP Products are used in many different applications within the entertainment and architectural market segments. Television, touring, exhibitions, night clubs and commercial shops are just some of the areas of application where our products shine. Our lights are renowned for their quality, reliability and design - as are our range of lighting controllers. All GLP products are developed through the passion and customer focus of our engineering development team based at the headquarters in southern Germany. We manufacture our lights and controllers at several production sites in and outside the EU. The manufacturing sites go through arduous testing periods before they are ramped up for production, and an intensive quality control by German engineers is carried out at every site to ensure the highest level of quality and reliability. GLP - German Light Products GmbH Im StÃ¶ckmÃ¤dle 13 76307 Karlsbad Germany
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