Our NEW! stock of battery-powered LED uplighters are a great solution not only for lighting party venues but also outdoor architecture, buildings and trees. They perform much like a normal LED uplighter but with one main advantage: no cables!
Colours, chases and fades can be set onboard the units individually as well as by using the supplied wireless IR remote. Through the use of one of our wireless transmitters, the units can be controlled via a standard lighting desk allowing more control in addition to the ability to control the units from your iPhone or Android device using the free Chauvet FlareCon App.
The units boast a whole host of features including:
- Temporary outdoor-rated robust housing repels water, snow, dirt, and sand for all-weather applications
- Quad colour (Red, Blue, Green, Amber) allowing incredible colour options - Super compact units with up to 20hrs running time
- Shine light where it is needed using the built-in adjustable kickstand
- Supplied in Peli Case of 4 Units
If you would like to hire these units or would like a demonstration, please get in touch.
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Rugby World Cup 2015
Power and Data Infrastructure at Media Zone - Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester
The 2015 Rugby World Cup was the eighth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial rugby union world championship. The tournament was hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October. New Zealand won the cup over runners-up Australia, with South Africa defeating Argentina to take third place.
Figure of Eight were delighted to be awarded the supply of temporary electrical outlets and data points for the double deck temporary media structure at Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester. We provided over 200 of 13A sockets, 100 of CAT6 data points with several kilometres of cabling and rigging facilities for the host broadcaster.
"We were able to deploy our plug and socket media desk system which uses the highly reliable Neutrik Powercon system to ensure quick, neat and reliable power and data to the 200 media desks. Points could easily be added or changed unlike a conventional hard wired system" commented project manager, Rich Rayner. "We were really pleased to be involved in the project which saw us also provide generators, cabling, distribution and rigging for many other projects in other locations simultaneously".