Eclipse Staging Services buys 50 Clay Paky Stormys

    The new Clay Paky Stormys will be used at the Tiesto and DJ Snake concerts in DWTC.
    Clay Paky Stormy delivery.
    Clay Paky Stormy delivery.


    Dubai-based eclipse Staging Services have announced that it has invested in 50 Clay Paky Stormy CCs, strobe lights that use the latest LED technology.

    The arrival of the new Clay Paky Stormys comes just ahead of the National Day Weekend where it will be used for the Tiesto and DJ Snake concerts at Dubai World Trade Centre.

    The new LED strip used in the Stormy is an economical improvement to the classic strobe light. Unlike the classic strobe with a xenon lamp, the user has the option to individually adjust the frequency, duration and intensity of the pulse as it is completely digitally controlled.

    The Stormy also comes with RGBW LEDs which eliminates the need for gels.

    “eclipse has been a valuable customer that has always been on the leading edge of technology. We’re thrilled that they have reinvested in the Clay Paky range and are committed to offering their customers access to innovative technology,” says Egor Popovski, Middle East representative for Clay Paky.

    Martin Lubach, eclipse Staging Services’ general manager adds: “We are extremely pleased with the support we receive from Clay Paky and are very happy with the performance and popularity of our existing Clay Paky range.

    “The purchase of the Stormy CCs is a step in the right direction when it comes to the transition from power hungry fixtures to energy efficient technology,” he concludes.

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