BB&S to launch four new lighting systems at IBC

Remote phosphor and LED lights will feature among an array of new lighting equipment
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Brother, Brother and Sons (BB&S) has revealed that it plans to showcase an array of new lighting equipment at this year's IBC.

Taking centre stage in the BB&S display is the Pipeline LED System, an expandable array of modular, cylindrical fixtures, customisable to suit specific requirements.

Offering the many benefits of Remote Phosphor’s light quality and consistency, the fixtures provide brighter, higher fidelity light emission. Whether installed in a multi-lamp reflector bank (1, 2 or 4 Pipes), or deployed in a single reflector, Pipelines provide extremely pleasing output for modeling faces and illuminating backgrounds.

Also being unveiled is the Area 48 Soft L5 soft light, made especially for F.O.H. applications, television studios, classic concert halls, motion capture studios and theatre, where extremely smooth dimming in the last 5 per cent is needed.

On top of this, the new Ledheimer LED PAR will be on display, which is available in daylight and tungsten balance models and features a CRI in the high 90s.

Ledheimers combine the tried and true PAR design with all the advantages of LED lighting technology. To meet the need for a variety of beam angles, three interchangeable reflectors offer narrow, medium and wide beams. And, because the LED fixtures don’t generate heat like tungsten and HMI PARs, the reflectors can be changed out without waiting for cool down.

Visit BB&S at IBC2015 in Hall 11, Stand 11.D46.

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