At Prolight + Sound, the French manufacturer Ayrton introduces the ALIENPIX-RS, a conceptual multi-rotational luminaire based on designs by an Italian manufacturer in the ‘80s.
ALIENPIX -RS has five spot heads on the edge of a central disk which can be controlled individually in continuous, unlimited, rotation. The continuous, unlimited rotation of the main disk, and the pan and tilt movement, are controlled by powerful tri-phase stepper motors that allow for what the maker calls “fast, accurate and silent positioning.”
The six ultra-powerful, low-etendue, RGBW multichip LED emitters can be controlled individually.
As part of of Ayrton’s new “RS” product line, Alienpix RS has a powerful 3.5° beam with a centre-beam luminous intensity of more than 180 candelas per lumen.
Alienpix RS offers several control modes to suit the user’s preferences and programming constraints. Basic mode provides access to a library of pre-programmed effects. In Extended mode, the user can access all functionalities and control each LED separately.
Alienpix RS has series connectivity and can be driven by DMX-RDM, Art-Net or a wireless DMX-RDM link via a new-generation TiMo module from LumenRadio. Light output: up to 6000 lumen