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Pirouette  (1996 - ?2002)
Strand


Strand Pirouette PC

Automated Wash Light

A range of moving lanterns with motorised control of existing functions. 
Based on the PALS system, using a separate power supply network and controller.
Beamlight
500W 24V Beamlight
PC/Fresnel
Moving Yoke PC/Fresnel spot, 2000/2500W with accurate position servo of pan, tilt and focus, otherwise as Alto F.
Supplied with interchangable PC and Fresnel lenses the Pirouette automated spotlight combines high light output with precision focusing to answer a wide range of production problems. Featuring 16 bit resolution, all units will focus accurately within 0.3 degrees throughout the operating range. Designed to make the most effective use of tightly packed rigs or hard to access locations, this powerful 2000 Watt spotlight provides unparalleled flexibility.

The Pirouette range was launched at PLASA in September1996, and was demonstrated by Strand at the Garrick Theatre in London for the Association of Lighting Designers in October 1996.

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Documents


Pirouette and Colour Call Connection Pinout 
[6kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette Specification 
[98kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette Instruction Sheet (Deutsch) (1996)
[735kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

5.2.1 Pirouette Datasheet (1997)
[89kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette Datasheet (1997)
[88kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette / PALS96 User Manual Notes (April 1997)
[150kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette 2.0 Release Notes (April 1997)
[36kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

Pirouette Menus & Errors (April 1997)
[18kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

1998-99 Strand Catalogue - Theatre Luminaires (1998)
From Jim Laws Collection

Pirouette Datasheet (1998)
[50kb PDF]
From Strand Archive

2000 Product Guide - page 25 (2000)
From Strand Archive

Catalogue & Journal Entries for Pirouette in the Backstage Heritage Collection


The New Hampstead Theatre (2003)

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