Chauvet adopts new ArKaos Kling-Net protocol

Two new LED fixtures to be operated exclusively by Kling-Net.
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Live performance technology provider ArKaos has announced that, following its successful launch at PLASA 2011, the “revolutionary” ArKaos Kling-Net protocol has been adopted into two new LED lighting fixtures from Chauvet.

Due to be released at LDI 2011, the pixel-based fixtures will be the first in Chauvet’s burgeoning new Epix range, which are to be operated exclusively by Kling-Net.

“We are very excited by Kling-Net as the protocol is both affordable and easy for the average person to use,” said Chauvet president, Albert Chauvet. “Enhanced by the sophisticated levels of control, video and pixel-related products are now accessible to every degree of ability and budget. We strive to work with partners who share our vision, which is providing quality products at a good value. We believe ArKaos’s Kling-Net will do so across all our markets.”

The move from Chauvet follows hot on the heels of Highlight International BV of Netherlands which recently incorporated Kling-Net into its new Pixelstrip P25 and Pixelbatten P25 fixtures, both of which were released at PLASA.

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