At the MiR tradeshow in Rimini, the Italian manufacturer DTS Illuminazione showcased the new Artemio series of small projectors for applications in museums and commercial or architectural installations.
For the moment, the series includes two models, a profile and a Fresnel fixture, both of which use a light source composed of a single, 25 W white LED, capable of emitting more than 1800 lm with a CRI >90 (3000 K). Three color temperature options are available: 3000 K, 4000 K and 5000 K. The power supply is external, provided by one of the DTS Drivenet units with DC output, available in various models capable of powering from eight to 64 Artemio projectors. The fixtures are controlled via the power supply units, which are compatible with the DMX512, RDM, DALI and Art Net protocols.
Artemio Fresnel uses an output lens with a diameter of 50 mm and a manual zoom that ranges from 14° (at luxmax x 0,5) to a 42° (at luxmax x 0,1). At a distance of 4 m, it can provide an illuminance of 596 lx over a field with a diameter of 98 cm at minimum zoom, while at maximum zoom it provides 226 lx over a field 3 m in diameter. An optional interchangeable planoconvex lens for this projector will be available, as well as a set of barndoors. Artemio Profile is a full-feature profile fixture. It includes four profiling blades, a gobo holder and four interchangeable optics (8°, 15°, 24° and 33°). With the 8° lens, this projector is capable of delivering an illuminance of 1034 lx over a field 56 cm in diameter at a distance of 4 m. Both models are supplied with adjustable yoke.
This post is also available in: Italian