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Philips Selecon Announces New PLCyc2 at PL+S

Philips Selecon Announces New PLCyc2 at PL+S

Philips is going CRAZY at ProLight + Sound! This time, it is their Selecon line that is releasing something new, the PLCyc2.  It is just like it’s brother, the PLCyc only with two LED engines inside.  The photo didn’t give it away did it? Here is more about the new PLCyc 2 from  Philips Selecon: […]

Wind Meter + Wireless = Why Didn’t I Think Of That?!

Wind Meter + Wireless = Why Didn’t I Think Of That?!

I know what you are think… WTF, wind meter?! Think about it, why could something like this be important to our industry.  Want to take a trip back to Indiana in 2011? Yeah, me either. Something simple can make the biggest differences.  take for instance, monitoring the weather. Sure a weather vein would tell the […]

Robe Gets to the Pointe Along With Others at PL+S

Robe Gets to the Pointe Along With Others at PL+S

Robe Lighting is stepping up their game at ProLight + Sound this year with introducing a handful of new products.  They are adding five new lights to their popular and energy efficient line, the Robin Series. Here is a break down of the new products Robe is launching at ProLight + Sound this year. The […]

Kinesys Launches New Option DigiHoist

Kinesys Launches New Option DigiHoist

More so then ever, it is important to maintain and monitor those loads above our heads. Kinesys, one of a handful of systems that offer load cell monitoring and report has launched a new option for their DigiHoist system. Here is more about the system from Kinesys: The new Positioning & Ethernet option allows DigiHoist […]

Philips Showline Introduces SL Nitro 510 LED Strobe

Philips Showline Introduces SL Nitro 510 LED Strobe

It’s MUSIKMESSA TIME! That’s right, it is the first day of ProLight + Sound in Frankfurt Germany.  To kick of the vast amount of new products being released at the show… Philips Showline introduces a new LED strobe fixture called the SL Nitro 510. Yeah, the name has me a bit confused as well! Here […]