Adjustable lighting in all directions
System ILLUMINATOR is the latest innovative lighting from Fireco
Thanks to Fireco's experience in mounting tilt/swivel systems, the Illuminator is extremely flexible and incorporates a variety of movements and impressive lighting solutions.
System ILLUMINATOR is an innovative product and can be installed on Fireco telescopic masts. It is composed of 2 central 100W LEDs and 2 external 200W LEDs. The unit can also be equipped with an optional 100W LED spotlight directed on the ground to illuminate the area below the mast at 360° while the other spotlights illuminate other areas. The lamps can rotate +/-180°, the 2 sides can tilt separately at 360° and each arm can move in different directions. The movements of this unit allow us to reduce or widen the angle of the light beam.
Illuminator tilt-rotation unit combined with 5 independent movements: rotation ±180°; inclination
independent <360° on each side to direct the light beam where needed; ±120° independent rotation of each
external arm to reduce or increase the angle of the light beam up to 270° of the illuminated area.
Lamp unit equipped with 2x200W ILLUMILED 24V + 2x100W ILLUMILED 24V + central lighting 100W ILLUMILED 24V with
silicon glass to illuminate the area just below the mast – total 107.450 lumens.
Intuitive and ergonomic remote control to direct both the mast and the floodlights = RC.31910
Independent control of each projector and each side
Indicator lights confirming operations
Quick first deployment adjustment for positioning
Remote control up to more than 50m.
Supplied either with wire or in the SMART version with a detachable cable.
The SMART version, when the cable is detached, works automatically in radio mode, thanks to a set of rechargeable batteries.
This special remote control, which manages all the functions, can be delivered with cable or in the SMART version – with detachable cable; once the cable is detached, the remote control automatically switches to radio mode, with rechargeable batteries. These functions are: