Clay Paky is marking its 40th anniversary at Prolight + Sound with the launch of a number of new lighting fixtures and a range of architectural lights.
The Scenius Profile is a new beam shaper at the top of the Clay Paky moving head range. Its advanced optical unit and the 1,400W Osram discharge lamp provide very high light output and an excellent CRI. Its framing system consists of four independent overlapping blades, which create shapes of all sizes and proportions by working simultaneously on four different focal planes.
The Hepikos (pictured right) is a 700W washlight that combines low power consumption with colour quality. Thanks to its PC front lens and narrow 5° beam angle, the fixture can also produce a sharp, thick beam, which can be used for coloured aerial effects.
The new Shar-Bar advanced moving LED bar (pictured main) includes features that transform it into a brand new multi-beam effect light. It fits six 30W Osram Ostar RGBW LEDs. The optical unit coupled to each LED consists of a motorised system with double mirror, which means each light beam can be pointed independently of the others or locked within a 60° (+/-30°) cone. Thanks to this optical unit, the Shar-Bar can produce an effect similar to six separate lights working synchronously or asynchronously.
Lastly, Odeon is a series of pure architectural lights (IP66) that come in two main versions, flood and linear, in a range of more than 30 models. They are available with 5°, 25°, and 45° optics and RGBW, Tunable White and Total White configurations.