LRX Mobile Robotic Lighting Systems
LRX I and LRX IIFamous for their quick moves and fast set-up times, these trucks will save your production time and money every time.
We proudly introduced the LRX line of products in the early 1990's. The LRX is a totally self-contained robotic aerial lighting system. Set-up is efficient and takes only minutes which makes on-site relocation quick and easy. No extra equipment is required. It is the perfect fit for every location and every budget.
The LRX lighting system comes complete with six robotic lighting heads, gel frame holders, ballasts for 6K HMI and 12K HMI lamps, dimmer packs for 12K tungsten lamps, sound-attenuated generator, full wireless lamp function, hardwire remote control, spare lamps, truck, flat black crane, and an experienced "licensed" LRX operator.
The LRX line of products are self-contained robotic lighting systems so efficient that within minutes of arriving at your location, they are completely set up and fully operational. The LRX line uses fixtures designed and built by Dwight Crane Ltd. We started with single-ended 6K HMI - 12 HMI - 12K Tungsten lamps for maximum unrestricted output. It was paired with a radiant-engineered parabolic reflector to allow the light a smooth transition between a very narrow spot and smooth wide flood. The LRX gel frame holders were designed to prevent light reflected from the lamp side of the gel from escaping outside of the housing; They are mounted to the front of the lamp so it moves with the lamp. Our specially designed gel frames were constructed to quickly and easily accept any combination of colour, diffusion or heat shield on thirty inch square gel frames. The lamp heads are mounted to our robotic yokes which provide a wide range of tilt and pan functions.
The light tree supporting the six fully articulated lamp heads is mounted on a bearing allowing all six heads to rotate individually and collectively. This is mounted on our telescopic crane so you can position these lamps exactly where you want them. Tight spots are no problem, with one unit lighting your foreground and the other units lighting your background, the possibilities are endless.