Less than two years ago, we launched our highly successful LED Spatial Pendants, and they quickly became a church favorite for house lighting in worship halls. This brought us in contact with dozens of pastors asking us to spec their spaces, but a common problem we saw was the use of facilities with ceilings too low to use our powerful Spatial Pendants.
So we went to the drawing board on a past fixture we loved, but wasn’t DMX controllable. We decided to engineer a new LED recessed lighting fixture. The challenge was, that we wanted a DMX fixture with beautiful dimming, but that was also low voltage. Low voltage was a must for us, for safety and ease of installation. After many variations, we finally arrived on a product we were satisfied with, the Spatial Flats.
Spatial Flats are available with a Warm White or RGBW LED Engine.
Use With Wall Stations
It was always in our minds that the Spatial Flats would be used with our DMX Wall Stations. The Wall Stations give you easy access to 8 or 16 programmable scenes, making them a natural pair. The beauty of DMX controlled house lighting is that they can be controlled from a lighting console in tandem with your stage lighting. This allows for incredible flexibility during services and functions. However, you wouldn’t always want to go to your lighting console to turn on your main lights, and the Spatial Flats are bright enough to be your main lights. Thats where a Wall Station would come in. Program your favorite scenes, and just push a button for easy everyday use. Wall Stations can be standalone, so many facilities can use Spatial Flats without needing a console at all, after they’re programmed! The brilliant part is that Wall Stations become inoperable when they sense DMX being sent through, so a console will have complete control during a service. Wall Stations are expandable via easy to run ethernet cable, so you can put control points all over your building.
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Written by Brandon Vaque- who grew up around AV, being dragged to help at rental events for his parents AV company. Before the age of 18, he had been in over a hundred church installs as his dad attempted to instill in him a good work ethic. Then after college, he did what he swore he would never do and joined the family business. His passion has been to simplify the lighting process, to take the stress out of navigating between thousands of similar products and control options.