Robe has developed several proprietary technological solutions to provide a superb level of quality and product experience, precise control and unique creative possibilities. Patents and trademarks granted and pending © Robe lighting s.r.o
The TE™ technology addresses the problem of performance longevity of ageing LEDs by making the exchange of the engine a simple procedure that can be carried out in just a few minutes. But transferable means so much more than replaceable!
The Robe COM application is an app based on NFC (Near Field Communication). It can be either used to access to fixture’s settings of our NFC-based navigation display systems as well as reading out data of our TE™ Transferable Engines.
Robe's MSL™ (Multi-Spectral Light) LED light engines are, specifically, designed to consistently deliver the highest quality light through the additive colour mixing method. The MSL spreads the emitted light equally throughout the Planck curve, thereby providing the widest possible colour gamut, while simultaneously delivering seamless full range CCT control.
Pre-use pan and tilt calibration movement of a fixture can be distracting and sometimes difficult to achieve.
To lock motorised features such as pan, tilt, focus and zoom in position, we have BARS™ – Robes revolutionary patented Brake Attribute Retention System.
The Robe Electronic Motion Stabiliser is a technology for exact Pan and Tilt movements and reduces vibrations from audio outputs, truss movement and sprung or suspended floors.
The L3™ Low Light Linearity System produces imperceptible, ultra-smooth fades to black.
Just like with spectacles, our lens coating technology protects soft plastic lenses against surface scratches, that can even occur during cleaning when scrubbed repeatedly. Anti-static properties prevent dust build-up on the lenses, thus extending the period between maintenance cleaning.
The Robe Ethernet Access Portal allows to access internal data from a networked fixture, viewed as a web page, addressable via the fixtures network IP.
Cpulse™ is a PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) control system for luminaires that allows you to select and fine-tune the LED driving frequency to ensure no flicker will be visible on any camera system.
Our latest AirLOC™ (Less Optical Cleaning) technology greatly reduces the level of airborne particles drawn over the optical elements.
Robe lighting’s Epass™ provides Ethernet in/out connections with a pass-through switch that sustains Ethernet integrity when the fixture has no power to automatically maintain network connectivity.
The DataSwatch™ inbuilt virtual colour library for Robe LED fixtures consists of up to 237 pre-programmed and calibrated colours and tones, allowing for rapid and accurate programming.
Robe's "SLOT&LOCK" system allows for easy and fast replacement of both rotatable and indexable gobos.
There is no need to be stuck with frosts supplied with the fixture! Robe’s MagFrost™ magnetic paddle system provides you with quickly exchangeable frosts, enabling you to select those most suitable for your production.
The Robe patented MCFE™ – Multi-Coloured Flower Effect – creates sharp, multi-coloured spikes of light, that are fully rotatable in both directions, at variable speeds.
Robe offers unique split- or multi colour effects in two ways on our profiles and spot fixtures to add a whole new blend of creativity to your designs!
When selected, the luminaire will mimic the colour temperature of a tungsten lamp as you lower the output to produce that classic warm glow.
Robe has included a dedicated +/- green control channel in fixtures that feature our MSL™ specific white TE™ source fixtures. This allows you to make the smallest changes of green content compared to the fixed levels produced by the specific filters on white source fixtures.
Robe's patented Plano4™ 4 blade framing shutter module offers absolute beam control with each blade on an individual level with separate movement and rotation control. They are ultra-thin, enabling them all to be focused sharp, without any distortion. They can be easily used in combination with a gobo – and even if you add colour, you will experience no chromatic aberration, also referred to as "Fringing", making our innovative framing shutters really stand out!
Robe's innovative framing shutter emulation delivers a variety of beam shaping forms, usually only achievable with framing shutters and beam shapers.
Robe barndoors operate the same way as a conventional 4 leaf barndoor. The quick, accurate internal 4Door™ barndoor system provides individual position control of the 4 “leafs” and +/- 90° rotation of the complete module assembly.
Found in our wash lights, our RotaScrim™ control feature gives you the ability to remove those distracting “hot spots” from the beam where the distance of the illuminated surface is closer to the fixture. By applying the graduated scrim filter, this can easily be removed and changed into an even flat field.
The edge colour correction sets Robe wash moving heads aside from other fixtures by providing the ability to shift the edge of the beam to either the red or blue end. This feature allows more or less definition of the internal barn doors cut, as you alter the beam.
The patented prism effects engine can overlay two levels of prisms and produce a wide array of varying beam and ‘flower’ effects, further creating a whole new collection of eye-popping creativity.
Robe fixtures homogenise beams really well but, for the ultimate smoothness, most of our pixelated LED wash lights can easily be fitted with a Fresnel Wash (FW) diffusion filter in-between the LED array and the lenses. They can also be ordered pre-installed if desired, as FW versions.
Robe's patented motorized Beam Shaper creates a traditional oval beam that can be indexed to cover the desired stage or performance area.
By introducing our unique, patented 6:1 ratio hotspot lens, we alter the field characteristics to create a centre-weighted, peaked beam. By adding a frost filter, you can now effortlessly achieve silky-smooth washes!
Robe's motorized discharge lamp hot-spot control provides remote control of the beams hot-spot via a dedicated hot-spot control channel.
The General Device Type Format creates a unified definition for exchange of data for the operation of intelligent luminaries, such as moving lights. The file format is human readable and developed using open source formats.
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