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  • Lightstore.eu
  • Beckerintie 1
  • 00410 Helsinki
  • https://www.lightstore.eu

Elaborate motor yoke for under 1500 Euro

(PresseBox) (Helsinki, ) Motorised yokes are top items on the wish lists of may theatres and venues in order to focus those lights that are almost out of the reach of the lighting technicians. So far, the big “but” has always been the price. With its SankaValmis, Lightstore.eu proves that this argument is no longer true.

The SankaValmis, ideally suited for profiles up to 750 W as well as PCs / Fresnels up to 2 kW, is available in both a DMX and in a radio-remote controlled version. Optionally, it may even be equipped with wireless DMX.
The resolution of the pan and tilt axis is 16 bit each. Thanks to latest sensor technology, the SankaValmis doesn't need homing to know where it points.

Lightstore.eu really did think motor yokes through in all consequences: The SankaValmis may be upgraded with a power supply, feeding colour scrollers or shutters. A future option is a DMX-controlled dimmer.

Further information can be found at www.lightstore.eu.

Lightstore.eu

Lightstore.eu was founded at the beginning of 2007 as a subsidiary of Bergent OY. Bergent is one of the oldest specialist lighting companies all over Scandinavia, founded way back in the 50s.
Lightstore.eu's goal is to become the manufacturer with the best price-performance ratio in the European market for professional lighting equipment. Product engineering, final assembly, quality control, product management and stock are concentrated at a dedicated building in Helsinki while the manufacturing of components is largely subcontracted to suppliers in Eastern Europe and Asia.
Lightstore.eu is continuously expanding its network of national customer service centres, thus ensuring that customers can talk to Lightstore.eu in their native languages.
The first national customer service centre was launched during this year's ProLight&Sound exhibition in Frankfurt. The office for Great Britain and Ireland will be introduced during PLASA.