Telenorba, the Puglia, Italy group specialising in TV, cinema and multimedia productions, has recently renewed its lighting array, with technical director Dino D’Alessandro choosing Coemar. Headquartered in Castel Goffredo, Coemar is better known for its entertainment lighting, but says that it is increasingly present in television studios with its LED-based products that help to make TV shows not only more spectacular but also more energy-efficient.
“High performance levels, together with energy savings, reduced air-conditioning costs and lower maintenance costs are all possible nowadays thanks to the use of LEDs,” said D’Alessandro. “And when you choose a company like Coemar, with its great experience, you're sure that your lighting will be a fantastic show in itself.”
The studio walls are lit up by as many as 24 StageLite LED SC and twenty StageLite LED Sc devices with 50° optics. The latter produce a spectacular effect in the studio with their LED light source divided into three lines, each independently directed so as to create a symmetric or asymmetric beam.
Ten RazorLite LED devices, consisting of 36 LEDs with the RGB colour mixing system and elliptical optics, complete the wall lighting. The faces of the journalists, on the other hand, are lit up with the aid of ten ParLite LED Natural White 4000K devices, ten Wash LEDs and five PinLite LEDs.