A host of new additions to our LED product range

06/05/2017

Aurora continue to invest in energy efficient light sources with a host of new additions to their LED product range.

As part of a pan-company programme to invest in both products and people, broadcast lighting specialists Aurora are expanding their range of LED and low energy light sources with a significant intake of new equipment.

Commenting on the investment, Head of Lighting at VER and Aurora, David March says “As lighting technology continues to move forward we are witnessing a definite shift in the preference for specifying LED products. To properly reflect this growing trend we are making sure we have the very latest technology available to clients operating throughout all areas of our industry”.

Following on from the recent purchase of Chroma-Q Space Force, Rosco Silk 210 and Mole Richardson Vari-Soft Softlights, Aurora have now grown their inventory to include a number of powerful LED spots and versatile effects.

Two key additions to the company’s spot range are the Philips SL LEDSPOT 300, a compact mover which features ultra-precise beam control and the highly accomplished GLP impression X4 and X4XL for the delivery of powerful, automated colour in a choice of sizes. Expanding their effects offering, the company has added the award winning TMB Solaris Flare wash/strobe, Chroma-Q Color Force with its super intense colour capabilities plus the SGM Q-7 colour multi-purpose flood/strobe fixture.

In summing up the ongoing Aurora investment March concludes “We are incredibly proud to be working with some of the UK’s leading LD’s and crews so it is of paramount importance that we support them with the latest innovations in technology. This latest intake of power efficient equipment further underlines our commitment to the BAFTA albert initiative; by growing our product portfolio we are able to provide viable options to traditional light sources that offer real savings on energy whilst ensuring that clients retain the freedom to expand and explore their creativity”.