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Bright Lights Trading Lights Up Muscat Mercedes Benz Showroom

Bright Lights was commissioned to provide lighting for the Mercedes Benz Showroom in honour of the Sultanate’s 45th National Day.

 

bright lights at mercedes benz muscat

Bright Lights control station for Mercedes Benz Showroom, Muscat

The Mercedes-Benz showroom in Muscat is a true landmark in the automotive trade in the Sultanate, combining high quality standards set by Mercedes-Benz, with the traditional Omani building design philosophy.

bright lights use multiform lighting at muscat

Led lights from Multiform Lighting at their best for Mercedes

Bright Lights used battens of Led lights from Multiform Lighting, a new addition to the Multiwall © range, known as the The Multiwall © GII-HS3049.

bright lights used A grandMA2 from MA Lighting to programme the lighting

A grandMA2 from MA Lighting was used to programme the lighting

The Multiwall © GII-HS3049 offers a cost-efficient alternative to the Multiwall © GII-HS5062 when standard RGB colour mixing is sufficient. This makes the Multiwall © GII-HS3049 a default choice where a colour-changing linear light source with superior output and long-term reliability is needed. It features a new unique cooling technology, which keeps the 49W-LED panel at appropriate working temperature, and hence promises extended lifetime.

The elliptical dispersion angle makes this unit specifically suitable for wall washing, for which the user can easily convert the unit between indoor (connectors) and outdoor version (PG cable glands).

The light show was stored on a miniSTORE 3 from ELC (Professional Lighting Equipment Solutions).

The light show was stored on a miniSTORE 3 from ELC (Professional Lighting Equipment Solutions).

Programming for the light show was created on a grandMA2 from MA Lighting and recorded and stored on a miniSTORE 3 from ELC (Professional Lighting Equipment Solutions).

The miniSTORE 3 is a DMX playback recorder that can record and playback DMX streams like a tape recorder. All lighting changes, fades and effects for up to 512 channels on a single DMX line are recorded using 4GB flash memory in real time and can be played back exactly as originally performed.

The recording time can vary from hours to days. It is ideal for automating stand-alone shows, such as retail and exhibition displays, including moving light effects, and includes options to start or loop the playback at power-on or with a contact closure.

www.multiform-lighting.com

known as the The Multiwall © GII-HS3049.

Bright Lights used battens of Led lights from Multiform Lighting known as the The Multiwall © GII-HS3049.

For more than 40 years Multiform has produced quality lighting control equipment for entertainment and commercial applications. Engineered by professionals in Europe their  reliability comes with the greatest ease of use and at prices that fit any budget.

http://www.malighting.com

Bright Lights used a grandMA2 from MA Lighting

Programming for the light show was created on a grandMA2 from MA Lighting

Since its foundation in 1983, MA Lighting has expanded to become an international leader for computer-controlled lighting consoles, networking components and digital dimming systems. With its commitment and power to innovate, MA Lighting meets the growing demands of a constantly changing industry and develops product solutions for tomorrow. With integrated system solutions and the grandMA/grandMA2 product family, international standards were set.

http://www.elclighting.net

bright lghts used a miniSTORE from ELC

Programming for the light show was stored on a miniSTORE 3 from ELC

ELC Lighting is based in The Netherlands and has been developing lighting systems since 1994. Its development team comprises practitioners who are designing network products with the benefit of practical hands-on experience in the field.

The ELC development team is still closely involved ‘hands-on’ with live events, and all ELC products are developed from that experience and the needs of their loyal clients, and tested ‘in the field’.