Studio lighting based on roof rail with pantographs. Starter kit for mounting a ceiling lighting system for professional photo studio. It is a rail system that allows total mobility of the spotlights hanging from the ceiling. The mobility is total in a square of 4 x 2 m defined by the rails fixed to the ceiling. With this system the cables, foot supports, clogs and possible shadows existing in the studio are eliminated. Once assembled, the system consists of mobile rails through which we move the spotlight supports through the rails, turning the roof into an orderly and mobile grid of spotlights, cables and extendable supports. It is also possible to acquire more rails and spotlight brackets to expand the ceiling surface with this lighting system. A ceiling height of 3.2 m and never less than 2.8 m is recommended.
Roof rails: 6 rails of 2 m. Four of these rails are fixed to the roof in parallel. The other two rails are mobile and are connected transversely to the fixed rails by means of an articulated joint and with bearings. More rails can be purchased optionally to extend the roof surface with rail system (references # JQ1x). The rails are supplied in 2m sections and must be spliced between them.
10 fixing plates of the rails fixed to the ceiling.
4 joints articulated with bearings. These joints serve to connect the fixed rails to the mobile rails. 2 joints are used for each rail. These joints have bearings for the upper rail (the fixed one) and the lower rail (the mobile one). The union between both bearings is fully articulated.
2 extensible and retractable pantographs hanging from the ceiling spotlights. These pantographs have a minimum length from the ceiling of 43 cm and a maximum length from the ceiling of 200 cm. They have an elastic system that counteracts gravity, so that lowering or raising a focus is done smoothly. In the upper part it has a rail fixing system based on bearings. In the lower part of the 5/8 "spigot for fixing to focus. The spigot has a universal double thread system of 1/4" and 3/8 ". A steel cable is supplied with the pantograph as a safety fixing between the focus and the pantograph (double fixation system) Each pantograph holds 10 kg of weight.
12 rail stops or ends (screws). Once the mobile elements have been introduced in the rail, these stops close the possible derailment at the ends of all the rails.
2 cable conveyors. These are bearings that move along the rails. In the lower part they have a cable gland. The cables are arranged in an orderly manner by the ceiling and move freely along the rails when moving a light bulb. Prevent hanging wires. Possibility of acquiring more (reference # JQ27).