Artistic Licence to release Multichrome Tube at PLASA 2011

The latest in the wave of new products to be launched by Artistic Licence Engineering at PLASA is Multichrome Tube, a linear, double-sided LED fixture based on Artistic Licence’s renowned Multichrome Flex technology.

Sixteen individual colour-changing RGB pixels are housed within a 500mm long tube which is IP rated (IP67) for exterior, as well as interior, use.

Multichrome Tube also benefits from long lamp life, low beam temperature and low power consumption, yet with no compromise in quality or performance: no less than 16 million high purity colours can be obtained from Multichrome Tube’s colour mixing ability, in addition to excellent white tracking. Optimised for designer-friendly colours, the choices on offer can satisfy the most demanding of lighting designers across all lighting disciplines.

The compact size and clean lines of its housing makes Multichrome Tube an ideal fixture for architectural, retail and decorative lighting, both inside and out, whilst its low power consumption keeps maintenance and running costs to a minimum.


Multichrome Tube is compatible with all existing Multichrome drivers (Multichrome D1, E1 and E2), which allows the product to be used alongside Multichrome Flex and Multichrome Web.

A full list of specifications can be found on the Artistic Licence Engineering website

The product will, of course, be presented on the Artistic Licence Engineering stand (1-E32) at PLASA alongside other products and services from the newly formedAlderamin Group.



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