Ambersphere at PLASA Focus Glasgow

1st December 2018

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Get hands on with the very latest in new product from our partners.

Here at Ambersphere Solutions we are ready to welcome visitors to PLASA Focus at Glasgow’s SECC on 17th and 18th January.  At Stand C1, the team will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate a selection of new products from the premier manufacturers Ambersphere is proud to represent.      

Ayrton’s new LED Ghibli spot fixture received its worldwide debut on the Ambersphere Stand at PLASA London 2017, with the fixture now shipping its already getting people excited about just how much is in one light! Featuring a huge even output as well as a rich feature set lighting designers have asked for. Plasa Focus Glasgow will give you a chance to get hands on and see for yourself what all the talk is about.

Clay Paky are about to break the myth of bigger is better with the launch of the Axcor 300 range. Showing for the first time at a UK show will be the Axcor 300 Spot and Beam. These two LED fixtures bring an enormous amount to the toolkit of any designer. These no compromise fixtures are packed with features and all within a compact body. Be among the first in the UK to see these up close.

Last year saw the success of the Dalis 860 Cyc light from Robert Juliat. This year the Dalis 862 footlight now has a smaller model the 862S. This 500mm fixture is the perfect solution tucked in front of a speaker wedge or hidden discretely by a set piece. The full Dalis range will be available for you to see for yourself of course, and pick what’s best for you.

This week has seen the very exciting news of a new console coming from MA Lighting. This will be on show for the first time in the spring, but in the meantime the hugely popular dot2 range will be on display. This powerful and affordable range of control consoles has really taken the market by storm and continues to offer the same MA DNA to a new generation of users. Find out more from the team on the stand.