Présentation du nouveau ARRI ORBITER

ARRI's new series of Orbiter LED light fixtures: ultra-bright, directional and tunable. The versatility of Orbiters systems is impressive: each unit can be used as a spotlight, open-face, softbox or dome, and easily adapts to future lamp head designs.

Powered by the ARRI Spectra 6-color LED engine, the Orbiter emits an ultra-bright beam with a CCT ranging from 2,000 to 20,000 K.

An integrated color sensor, weatherproof housing, smooth 0-100% dimming, multiple connectors and gobo compatibility make the Orbiter suitable for film, television, broadcast, theater and entertainment applications. live events.

Powered by ARRI's powerful LiOS software, it is possible to control individual or multiple units using the detachable wired panel on the back of your Orbiter or through your tablet and ARRI's LumenRadio CRMX built-in wireless DMX software. the Orbiter.


The current range of Orbiter models includes open face versions without optics, L-dome, 15, 30 and 60° and projection at 15, 25 and 35°. To tailor the Orbiter to your needs, ARRI offers a range of open face and projection optics (lens boxes), domes and softboxes.

The optics are easily and quickly attached to the front of the projector using the new QLM (Quick Lighting Mount) system, which seems to work with the ease of a giant camera lens mount.


The Spectra Light Engine is built into every Orbiter, with a processor four times faster than ARRI's SkyPanel series and 125 times the memory, paving the way for future upgrades. To produce extra-fine color tuning, the light engine adds orange, cyan, and lime colors to the standard red, green, and blue LED colors.

Capable of creating harsh, stark shadows, the Orbiter's motor is 76 times smaller than the ARRI L10 Fresnel, yet delivers better output while consuming the same power.


Building on features first introduced with SkyPanel, the LiOS system also includes a streamlined DMX mode, over 240 presets, optical recognition, peak performance modes, and multi-language support for worldwide use. Eight different color modes include CCT, HSI, Individual Color, x/y coordinates, Freeze, Source, Matching and Ambient Color Sensor.


The Orbiter's built-in sensor suite includes an ambient color sensor that replicates changes in color and intensity in your environment and offers two modes: continuous and momentary. Use the Momentary to get an instant measurement of your light levels or switch to Continuous mode to continuously adapt to light changes in real time.

Its 3-axis accelerometer detects the Orbiter's pan, tilt, and roll and lets you use the metadata in future placement optimization and effects production applications.

It also includes a magnetometer that provides true global steering, an ambient light sensor that automatically dims your control panel display, and a heat sensor that ensures safe operation regardless of temperature.


Built to last, the Orbiters offer an estimated life of 50,000 hours, mount on a junior spindle and draw a rated power of 400W. They feature an aluminum frame with +/- 90° quick release yokes, a powerful anti-tilt lock, and pan/tilt pole operation on select models.

A full range of connectors includes DMX in, DMX out, two LANs, one 1.5A USB Type-A port, one 0.5A USB Type-A port and one 1.5A USB Type-C port and an SD card slot.

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