Oasis Enterprises delivers New Studio LED Lighting


Technical Details

RAK Government Media Office

Sector: Broadcast Studio

Key Equipment

  • Studio Lighting & Control System
  • Structure rigging facility
  • LED Luminaires

Key Element

  • Design, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning

UAE: Oasis Enterprises has completed the installation of a new studio LED lighting solution for the Ras Al Khaimah Government Media Office, a leading government-based media entity from the Ras Al-Khaimah emirate. The solution draws on products from ETC and Rosco.

“Our extensive knowledge of studio and stage lighting allowed us to work with ease in a studio space measuring 6m x 5m,” explained Karim Abdel Massih, lighting systems manager, Oasis Enterprises. Dubai. “We have delivered a high-quality studio LED lighting system with the goal of making the space as flexible as possible so it can grow and evolve alongside the show.”

To meet the clients’ needs, the Oasis Enterprises projects team designed a custom lighting solution that can be remotely controlled via an ETC ETS-4 Echo Touch DMX controller system. This offers the media company intuitive touchscreen control in a compact package that Oasis considers to be the “ideal lighting choice for smaller entertainment spaces”.

Accent lighting on the studio’s stage and desk is accomplished by Rosco’s Varicolor RGB+W LED tape, which reportedly offers clean white light production as well as superior colour rendering. The structure rigging facility has been outfitted with eight free-wired lighting bars fitted with robosockets for power and data requirements. These have been hung from the ceiling, while the bars have been fitted with five Rosco Silk 205 and 10 Lupo Dayled 1000 Fresnel lighting fixtures. An additional four ETC ColorSource linear fixtures create background lighting effects.

“Overall, the design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning and programming was all successfully implemented,” concluded Massih. “We would like to thank the RAKGMO staff  for their extended cooperation.”

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