Wireless Solution Sweden AB has added another company to its growing list of OEM partners. W-DMX technology is now available in the new i-Pix Satellite II, an LED brick light based on the original Satellite fixture, now with three times the output.
Ideal for stage and theatrical applications where space is a premium, the handy sized Satellite can be easily concealed in a wide variety of small spaces in stage sets, under risers, in trussing, etc. With the addition of W-DMX, this handy unit solves a myriad of challenges involving complex cabling and difficult locations.
Additional features of the Satellite II include RGB and daylight white (5600°K); homogenised optics; 16-bit, self contained; quick rig mounts for omega brackets; easy interlink between units to create linear forms with square pixels; optional beam shaping films clip onto the front; and optional yokes for linear interlinking.
i-Pix also offers a satellite battery pack which transforms the new unit into a freestanding, focusable RGBW device, with stand alone or wireless DMX playback. Designed to run for a minimum of 9 hours with three of the four channels on full intensity.
Chris Ewington, MD of i-PIX says, “With busy hire shops setting up numerous lights in and around venues, it can be quite a task with hardwired DMX. Introducing wireless DMX built into the new improved Satellite Mk II marks a sea change in ease of use. Not only is data flow maintained, the fixture is further enhanced by being the first in its class to offer both on-grid and off-grid battery power. Whatever the power source, DMX data flows are easily dealt with thanks to Wireless Solution. Stable, dependable and affordable, so much so that it’s part of our standard product offering. We look forward to pushing this idea forward into other fixtures within our range.”
Niclas Arvidsson, CEO of Wireless Solution says, “i-Pix is an incredibly innovative company and the Satellite II is a perfect example of how well they know their market and design products that fill a niche. We’re very happy to have them as an OEM partner.”