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HOUSTON X v1.06 has been released

The latest version of HOUSTON X adds support for the newest members of the NEXEN range, as well as vastly  improved cell selection and editing. The free download is available now for Windows 10/11. The Mac release will be available in late April.

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LSC Control Systems aquired by Robe Lighting

This strategic move will ensure that LSC continues to grow  as the leading provider of dimming and power distribution, whilst maintaining our commitment to Australian design and manufacturing. 

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New NEXEN Portable and IP65 rated nodes 

The latest addition to the NEXEN family of Ethernet/DMX nodes will be released at the PL&S show in Frankfurt. The two new models will complement the very successful DIN model launched last year. 

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UK - Television lighting rental company Version 2 supported lighting director James Tinsley, gaffer Adam Mitchell and the production crew behind the latest run of I’m a Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here!.
The impact of COVID-19 resulted in a well-publicised relocation of the show, from the Australian jungle of New South Wales to the atmospheric setting of Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales. The combination of a new venue plus the global pandemic presented a multitude of challenges, which the production team overcame to make this 20th season of the show one of the most successful runs yet.


LSC counter corrosion at  Sir Howard Morrison Centre

Future proofing electronics for one of the harshest environments on earth
Rotorua is renowned for its rotten egg smell, stemming from the high levels of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) concentrations emitted from local geothermal vents. But the smell isn’t the only issue. H2S also causes the rapid corrosion of certain metals, in particular copper, creating headaches for the technical team responsible for the upgrade of the Sir Howard Morrison Centre in Rotorua.

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