Paris based lighting manufacturer Ayrton recently announced the MagicBurst™ – the industry’s first high-power graphic LED strobe to offer continuous, unlimited rotation on its pan and tilt axes. Ayrton continues its mission to present new technology, original ideas, and inspiration for lighting designers and MagicBurst proves a landmark as the company’s first strobe unit and the world’s only motorized strobe. The MagicBurst offers wireless DMX through LumenRadio’s industry leading TiMo platform.
At this year’s Prolight + Sound show in Frankfurt, Ayrton gained massive attention with their now famous light show, displaying a whopping nine brand new products – eight of which has a built-in CRMX TiMo module as standard.
Marcus Bengtsson, International Sales Manager at LumenRadio says, “We are extremely proud of our partnership with Ayrton. Their innovative products and originality goes well in hand with our own philosophy. Together we are really pushing the envelope.”
The TiMo platform which was launched in 2014 and builds on the CRMXchip technology is the first fully integrated DMX/RDM module designed for for high volume SMT manufacturing – a huge leap forward compared to the classic plug-in type modules that require manual mounting.
“The CRMXchip and TiMo platforms have enabled manufacturers to really streamline their manufacturing process while at the same time delivering unrivalled reliability and performance. Almost two years since launch, we have shipped well over 50000 units and demand is steadily growing”, says Niclas Norlén, CTO at LumenRadio.
“We at Ayrton are very happy with our partnership with LumenRadio. Both companies are looking in the same direction and always striving for the highest levels of innovation and quality”, says Valère Huart-Gyors, Export Manager at Ayrton.
Footage of MagicBurst at work on Ayrton’s Prolight + Sound stand can be seen at http://www.ayrton.eu/tube/
More details and full technical specifications can be downloaded from http://www.ayrton.eu/produit/magicburst/
Full details and technical specifications of LumenRadio’s TiMo platform: http://lumenrad.io/timo