The Adam Hall group, which distributes and markets products of many brands, will take advantage of the ISE 2020 stage to launch many innovations, in particular in the Audio and Lighting sectors
On the occasion of Integrated Systems Europe 2020, Adam Hall Group will present at its stand (7-W200) a selection of audio and lighting solutions for professional use in fixed AV installations. In addition to the expansion of the Cameo OPUS series and the new Fresnel F4 LED spotlights for theaters and television studios, the installation amplifiers of the IPA and IMA series and the revised MAUI system by LD Systems will also be the focus.
There are many news, it’s impossible to illustrate them in detail here, but let’s try to give an exhaustive overview as much as possible. Let’s start with LD Systems’ new IPA series: 4-channel installation power amplifiers with DSP and Dante. There are two models: IPA412T (120 W) and IPA424T (240 W). Each model includes an expansion card slot that can be used to control amplifiers via Ethernet, including all DSP parameters, and to integrate them into larger installation networks thanks to Dante AoIP connectivity. Through a remote bus based on CAN (Controller Area Network) architecture, the IPA series is also able to interact with future call systems and remote microphones from LD Systems.
The IMA Series, however, always signed by LD Systems, is composed of mixing mixers for installation with transformers equipped with a 70/100 V output. At ISE 2020, IMA30 will be presented, the first member of the new series, designed for flexible integration in commercial and industrial applications. Compact 9,5” chassis (2RU), two microphone/line inputs with phantom selector +24VDC, two stereo line inputs and an integrated Bluetooth wireless signal input are the main features of this new product.
Also from LD Systems, at ISE 2020 will be presented the new DQOR outdoor speakers, two-way systems available in low impedance (8 ohm) and high impedance (16 ohm) versions, and the DSP ZONE X1208, 19” matrix processor remotely controllable. ZONE X1208 is designed to allow users to load DSP models to adapt to different installation requirements. The integrated Event Scheduler also allows you to create personalized workflow controls based on the calendar and automatically modify the presets.
Among the historic products of LD Systems, it’s impossible not to mention MAUI i1, award-winning series of active column speakers reworked and adapted to the specific needs of designers, integrators and end users.
Available in black and white, MAUI i1 is a column speaker with nine 3” full-range woofers and two 1” high frequency neodymium drivers with integrated two-way crossover and 120 W RMS power at 8 ohms.
And now let’s talk about Cameo, another brand distributed by Adam Hall Group which, at ISE 2020, will present the new DROP series, battery-powered outdoor lighting system designed for musicians, DJs and rental companies. The DROP series can be mounted in many ways, but a special feature is the integrated magnet which allows you to attach the product to metal surfaces without additional equipment. The DROP series includes these first three models: DROP B1 (1 15W RGBWA + UV LED), DROP B4 (4 15W RGBWA + UV LEDs) and DROP P4 (4 15W RGBWA + UV LEDs) with power supply conventional current. Battery powered models feature an LG Chem lithium ion battery, with run time adjustable up to 12 hours.
The roundup of novelties continues with Cameo OPUS X Profile, a moving head equipped with a bright white 750 W LED, for 33.000 lm and a lighting intensity of 72.000 lux at five meters, which allows you to create uniform projections without annoying hotspots even in more demanding environments, and with Cameo EVOS W7, WashBeam LED moving head with 19 warm white RGBW LEDs of 40 W for particularly rich RGB colors (10.500 lumens).
The other novelties by Cameo that can be viewed at the Adam Hall stand are the F4 Series, consisting of three Fresnel LED spotlights in the tungsten version (3.200 K, warm white), daylight (5.600 K, cold white) and full-color RGWB with tunable white function (1.600 K – 6.500 K), and Cameo OPUS H5, which the company defines as “the Swiss army knife of the moving heads”: it’s a hybrid, light Beam, Spot and Washlight head, with a small size but with a small size output of 18.000 lm and an illumination intensity of 400.000 lux at five meters.
Finally, here is also the Cameo H2 Series, a new range of lighting systems designed for theaters, industrial applications and fairs with flexible DMX control options and a high dimmer resolution.
H2 systems are compact and discreet, and offer a luminous flux of up to 17.000 lm (H2D) with 180 W LEDs and silent operation. The interchangeable lenses provide additional flexibility and can be used to adjust the emission angle from 20° to 45°.
For all the details on this impressive gallery of news… you just have to fly to Amsterdam and visit the Adam Hall Group stand at ISE 2020: # 7-W200.
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