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Lighting bridge

The lighting bridge is a special structure with a walkable surface made to support scenic lighting devices.

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Lighting bridge

It may be simple, but it performs its function perfectly!

The lighting bridge is usually installed behind the portal opening, between the lighting towers, and the rear wall of the stage.

The bridge is operated by mechanical drive units and their respective control electronics. Controlling the lighting bridge is usually rather simple, and does not require programmed movement.

We have solutions to eliminate interference

If only high voltage connection points are constructed, supply can be achieved via spring return cable reels.

If other (optical, DMX, UTP, XLR, high voltage) connection points are also needed, we use unique products developed for the exact purpose of ruling out the possibility of interference!

Lighting bridges qualify as unique machines

The construction of these machines demands complex mechanical engineering and control engineering. We conduct an accurate demand analysis and on-site assessment before planning.

The planning and implementation period of lighting bridges can be 3-8 months (depending on their complexity).

Would you like to know more about the lighting bridge?

The installed lighting bridge will be delivered with a documentation confirming all the strictest planning, production and installation regulations have been followed, and an official certificate will be attached as well.

General data:

  • Load capacity: 350-3000 kilograms
  • Movement range (depending on position): 6-35 meters
  • Movement speed: 0.2 m/s
  • Installed power (depending on the load capacity): 7.5-20 kW
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