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  • 07 April 2011
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Robin 600 Spot

The ROBIN 600E Spot has a dramatically increased light output (from the 300 Series) and lower power requirements - thanks to an optimized optical path made from carefully selected components. The super strong light-output can be maximised by using ROBE‘s unique HotSpot Control system together with the linear iris to create very powerful beam effects.   575 W short arc discharge lamp CMY color mixing system 7 position color wheel plus open Motorized zoom (10 - 45 degrees) and focus Mechanical dimming Gobo animation wheel with full movement / direction control 9 static and 6 indexable rotating gobos plus open Interchangeable 3-facet rotating prism Motorized iris Strobe effect 2 - 10 Hz, pulse effects, instant open and blackout Pan and tilt range of 540°/280° Variable fan control for quieter operation Touchscreen with battery backup Electronic ballast with hot lamp restrike and flicker free light

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  • 24 May 2014
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TSL supply Hillsong Colour for Tim Routledge

TSL supplied lighting for Hillsong Colour 2014 held at Wembley Arena The rig consisted of our Robe Pointe, 100 beam, Sharpy Wash, 600 Led Wash and 1200 HPE spot moving lights

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  • 22 April 2014
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Clay Paky HPE Spot 1200

The Alpha Spot HPE 1200 is the most complete high-performance effects projector in its power category (1200 W). Its graphic system (supplied as standard) consists of 20 gobos on 3 wheels, an animation disc, two rotating prisms, three frost filters, a mechanical iris, a dimmer and a stop/strobe. The colour system is based on CMY, a colour wheel and a linear CTO. Its wide linear 10°-40° zoom, brightness characteristics, silent operation and numerous effects and colours make it suitable for all lighting designers who want the top in professional lighting results.   1200 W discharge lamp CMY colour system + colour wheel + linear CTO 10°- 40° electronic linear zoom 20 gobos + 1 animation disc + 2 rotating prisms Mechanical dimming Three frost filters Motorized iris Strobe effect 2 - 10 Hz, pulse effects, instant open and blackout

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  • 25 February 2014
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TSL provide lighting for London Grammar

TSL provided lighting for BRIT Awards nominees London Grammar, for a sell-out show at Brighton Dome this weekend. Lighting Designer Steve Bewley specified a system from TSL's rental stock including Robe Pointes and Clay Paky Sharpy Washes. The rig also included 12 x Patt 2013s on TSL's custom adjustable drop arms. The system was installed by TSL project engineers Peter Tomes and Adam La Femina and the show was project managed for TSL by Frankie du Toit.

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  • 04 February 2014
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Martin Locket to work with the team at TSL Lighting

TSL Lighting are pleased to welcome Martin Locket as a business strategist. Martin, through his company Visible Spectrum, will be supporting MD Sam Tamplin and his team in developing and growing the range of services offered by TSL and the market sectors they are active in.

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  • 02 January 2014
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Work Placement success for Rose Bruford CLC & LD students

Two Rose Bruford students completed a successful full week work placement in industry during December. The placement was provided by TSL Lighting, for Hillsong’s Christmas event at Wembley Arena, working alongside internationally renowned Lighting Designer, Tim Routledge. Josh Catling and Devante Benjamin were interviewed and selected for this opportunity to experience all aspects of working on a show of this scale and profile. This started with pre production and preparation of the equipment at TSL’s warehouse for 3 days and lead on to full involvement with the team installing and operating the system on-site. The crew from TSL and LD Tim Routledge were impressed with the commitment and engagement from the Rose Bruford students and this lead to a rewarding and positive placement for all involved. This industry placement has already opened the door for further freelance opportunities for Josh, who worked for TSL on a tour during December, as a result of the contacts made whilst on this show.

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