Australia

Show Technology is pleased to announce the distribution of a wide range of Theatrelight products, including power distros, small control boards and reliable splitters as well as their impressive TL-F1000 and TL-F500 fresnels, perfect for productions, theatres, TV studios, lighting displays including art galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Theatrelight was founded in New Zealand in 1972 by theatre lighting designer Rex Gilfillan to provide a range of electronic lighting control products to the Theatre and Television industry. Today, Theatrelight supplies an expanding export market to many countries worldwide. Theatrelight equipment is installed in many major venues in Australia and New Zealand, in Southeast Asia, Saudi Arabia, Japan and in Korea. Their largest installation base is in the Peoples Republic of China, where its control boards and dimmers are installed in many of the country’s theatres and television stations.

“Theatrelight is well respected around the world and we are proud to be their exclusive Australian distributor,” remarked Emmanuel Ziino, Managing Director of Show Technology. “Their equipment is designed in New Zealand and has a great build quality. Rex Gilfillan is a passionate engineer who constantly refines and improves his designs which keeps Theatrelight at the forefront of its market.”

“We are very proud that Theatrelight products will be represented by Show Technology in Australia.  Their many show rooms and service centres in the major cities around the country will be able to demonstrate our equipment and provide the technical support their customers deserve.” Remarked Rex Gilfillan, Managing Director of TheatrelightNZ. “We are excited about Theatrelight’s future in Australia.”

Theatrelight products are designed with versatility to cover a wide range of lighting situations in entertainment, commercial display and education. They offer the operator reliability, ease of use, and most of all, the adaptability required by today’s lighting designers.

Product demos will be available in all Show Technology show room facilities across Australia, please contact your local office for more information or call Head Office on (02) 9748 1122 or email sales@showtech.com.au

Featured Products…

4 way DMX Splitter

The Theatrelight 4 way DMX splitter is a stand alone, mount anywhere, 4 way optically isolated DMX splitter.

8 way RDM/DMX Splitter

The Theatrelight RDM8 is an isolated transparent in-line RDM splitter used for connecting a large number of RDM devices such as moving lights, LED Luminaires, smoke machines, dimmers etc to an RDM control panel.

Switch Pack DMX

The Theatrelight SwitchPack DMX is a DMX controlled On/Off mains power supply for LED luminaires, moving lights, and other inductive and capacitive loads.

COMING SOON…

DB Pack Distro Rack 12 Channel

The Theatrelight DB Pack and the DB Panel system are designed for general power distribution and patch panel use in Theatres and TV Studios.

COMING SOON…

Contact 12 switch pack

The Theatrelight contact 12 provides remote control via DMX of switched power supplies for Moving Lights, LEDs, and any other appliance requiring reliable DMX controlled On/Off power. The simplicity of the contact 12 switch pack makes it ideal for schools and hire use as there are no complicated setup issues.

COMING SOON…

RackPack-S

The Theatrelight RackPack II has all the functions necessary in a simple and reliable dimmer for Theatres or Television studios.

COMING SOON…

Starlet 6

The Theatrelight starlets are small, easy to use control panels for venues requiring a small DMX desk.

Starlet 12

The Theatrelight starlets are small, easy to use control panels for venues requiring a small DMX desk.

TL-500W Fresnel 3200K

The Theatrelight TL-F500 is a white LED Fresnel spotlight suitable for general lighting in small theatres and TV studios, and for exhibition and lighting display including art galleries and museums.

TL-1000W Fresnel 3200K

The Theatrelight TL-F1000 is a white LED Fresnel spotlight suitable for general lighting in small theatres and TV studios, and for exhibition and lighting display including art galleries and museums.