Portman Lights, the Polish manufacturer of unique decorative stage lighting, has just released its newest product at Prolight+Sound 2019, Frankfurt. The P1 mini LED is the latest in its highly specialised range of products; it exhibits a tungsten look and retro style to match Portman Lights’ existing product line…but this time with FULL LED.
Arranged in the same configuration and housing as the original P1 Retro Lamp, P1 mini LED combines two layers of light sources: a special 1800K linear filament and an RGBW glow that adds colour and enhances the creative possibilities of the new fixture.
“We are very excited to bring our new P1 mini to the market at Prolight+Sound,” said Portman Lights’ Business Development Manager, Dominik Zimakowski. “This is a ground breaking product for us because, for the first time, we have produced a full LED stage lighting fixture whilst retaining the truly vintage, halogen look. P1 mini LED provides that unique Portman Lights look that is so in demand for television and live performance, yet answers the growing demand for LED light sources.”
P1 mini LED is also a perfect product for permanent installations, because its total power consumption is less than 100W per unit, and it is designed to run off 110V-230V power. The new fixture met with huge interest among Portman Lights’ distributors and new customers at the show. “We anticipated P1 mini LED would generate a lot of interest, but were very happy to see our expectations were exceeded by the number of enquiries we received,” said Portman Lights lighting designer, Łukasz Sztejna. “We took our first pre-orders at the show and will be kept busy with the many leads for weeks to come!” First deliveries of P1 mini LED are due in June 2019.
Established in Gdansk in September 2016 by Łukasz Sztejna and Dominik Zimakowski, Portman Lights recently announced its partnership with The French Team.
Despite being only 30 months old, the company already has a distribution network of 25 top class distributors covering 35 countries and a portfolio of concerts, festivals and television shows that includes Cher, Ed Sheeran, Glastonbury, X Factor UK, America’s Got Talent, Voice of Spain, Eurovision 2018 finals… and many more.