PRG XL Video has announced an investment in new Robert Juliat lighting technology, adding the Dalis 862 asymmetric LED footlight to its inventory.
Used as front edge stage lighting, the rear of the batten is black which makes it inconspicuous from the audience’s viewpoint. The fixture outputs white light ranging from 2200K to 6500K, and has 48 asymmetric reflectors arranged in two rows. Each row can be controlled independently.This enables the footlight to be used for both short and long throw capabilities for upstage and downstage lighting.
Units also include small discrete red and blue mark LEDs which can be used as position markers or cue lights. They can also act as safety indicators marking the edge of the stage.
PRG’s European Head of Asset Management, Paul Weaver, commented: “The Dalis fixture adds an extra dimension into the PRG fleet. Its unique functionality of stage marking within the unit itself is a step forward in theatrical lighting fixtures, and makes them ideal for all lighting disciplines.”
Robert Juliat’s Managing Director, François Juliat, observed further: “The ability to carefully manage upstage and downstage lighting in a good quality white light is very fundamental to a footlight. By investing in our new Dalis 862, PRG has chosen a unique exciting product, providing their clients with the right features to serve their creative productions.”
The fixtures have been put straight into action, and are currently working their magic on Little Mix’s European tour.