GLP or German Light Products is preparing to launch their latest LED moving lighting into the market, the Impression SpotOne. The SpotOne was shown at LDI 2010 in Las Vegas. A few short months after, GLP is ramping up production and preparing to release the SpotOne into the wild.
The SpotOne is a 400 watt RGB LED chipset producing close to the same output as a 700w discharge lamp. All the while only a max of 400 watts of power. The fixture is auto sensing from 100-240v and 50-60Hz.
The SpotOne had 8 or 16 bit resolution with 24 channels of DMX in basic mode or up to 33 channels in extended mode. The fixture include not only 3 pin in/out, but 5 pin in/out and a Neutrik Ethercon connection for Art-Net.
Features included in the SpotOne:
- Motorized zoom: 10-32
- Full RGB mixing
- Gobo wheel 2: 5 x glass, 2 x metal; rotating and indexable
- Effect wheel
- Prism, rotating, indexable and interchangeable
- Mechanical dimming from 0% – 100%
- Mechanical shutters
GLP has yet to update their website with the SpotOne. Look for the fixture to start shipping in early February. Visit www.glp.de to learn more about the Impression line up of fixtures.