GLP Releases impression E350 LED Moving Head

GLP has officially launched the impression E350 LED moving head at PLASA 2018 (London Olympia, 16 – 18 September), a new, supercharged companion to its popular impression S350, in an efficient, optimized package.

With an advanced LED engine offering unprecedented output in its class, the fixture will find favour in any type of showcase event or installation with dynamic, articulated lighting as the centerpiece.

And since it offers flicker-free operation, with smooth electronic dimming from 0-100%, multiple dimming curves, with no colour shift while delivering random and pulse electronic strobing effects it will also find favour in the Broadcast / TV segment.

There are many essential features in this compact fixture with its signature baseless design. The high colour temperature of 7500K provides a hard-edge mid-air effect beam, with bright gobo projections, while it is also notable for an extremely tight iris and GLP’s motorised 7:1 zoom range (7°- 48°). This creates an even and flat field with a considerable light output of up to a maximum of 9500lm.

The impression E350 also houses a CMY colour mixing system with separate CTC Channel, along with an 8-facet-prism, a light and heavy frost, a tiltable animation wheel, two gobo wheels, a super-tight 14-blade iris and 10-slot colour wheel. All functions are fully capable of working in combination with one another, making the GLP impression E350 perfect for almost any application.

GLP product manager Michael Feldmann, believes his company has produced another powerful and flexible fixture for the Lighting world. “Due to the highly efficient LED Engine in combination with the great optical system, the feature-set and the compact form factor, we anticipate immediate take-up by rental companies looking to maximise return on investment in the dry hire sector for events and shows of all types.”

He explained how GLP set the bar high in designing a blueprint tor a luminaire guaranteed to leapfrog the competition.

“Our first priority was to get maximum output and efficiency from a 350W LED engine, with intensive 7500K default white, as we knew this would be perfect for mid-size shows or wherever compact form factor and low weight are required. In fact, the E350 outputs up to 9500 lm at maximum 550W power consumption!”

He stated that due to the high colour temperature the beam appears more powerful and hard-edged. “With a great combination of break-up and mid-air effect functionality, in a package designed for easy tour handling, it is the complete all-rounder.”