Lycian was on hand to display their ever expanding product line of followspots. The standard line ranges from the Clubspot and Midget 1K to the newer Zot units. Offered in 1200 Watt Tungsten & 575, 700 & 1200 Watt Arc lamp models Zot is complete with features such as Internal 6 Color Self-Cancelling Color Boomerang, Innovative Spot Size Controller and Rear Fader Control
The LDI stand also afforded Lycian the opportunity to display their M2 Followspot System. A collection of module that, depending on assembled configuration will yield follow spotlights capable of wide angle short throw to narrow beam long throw units. The modules consist of Main Chassis, Gate, 1200 watt Lamp House, 2500 watt Lamp House, Short, Medium and Long throw Lenses, Yoke and Base Assemblies, and Magnetic and flicker-free Electronic Power Supplies. The modules are easily reconfigured in the field – with no tools – to change operation characteristics.
Demonstrating that Tungsten is still a viable source, Lycian presented The 1250KB using a quick change 1200W 80V Fast-Fit Quartz Halogen lamp. Designed largely for studio or theatre applications, the 3200K source does not require color correction with optics designed for throws of 30- 125′. Top-mounted controls include a fader, nichrome iris, and square shutters, while a single lever trombone intensifies the beam as the diameter is reduced. With flicker free operation, no external power supply an internal self-cancelling six-color boomerang and folding stand, the unit is sized to fit neatly on a studio platform, or in theatre coves or box boom positions.