Palco is a projector designed to light art works in museums.
The soft and essential shape of the aluminium single body spotlight is inspired by the brush, almost as if it were meant to paint the light: a flexible “casing” which houses technical solutions from the latest technology, produces a light that reveals the essence of each work and, most importantly, does not damage the works themselves.
A wide range of sources, conventional and LED modules, high rendering (IRC>96) and low consumption, combined with a wide and flexible set of internal and external accessories, which can be installed contemporaneously, all contribute to a product that allows for many custom solutions and light colours in museums: interchangeable reflectors, set of coloured filters, warmtone and coldtone for the correction of the colour temperature, UV, IR, optics with various finishes and baffles, as well as anti-glare screens and directional flaps, which can be combined in up to three internal and one external accessories.
The museum lighting spotlight Palco uses special sector optics for LEDs and sophisticated and innovative “Optibeam” to optimise the flow of traditional sources.
The museum lighting spotlights Palco, available in four dimensions in the “spot” version and three in the “flood” version, can achieve precise aiming to enhance the objects being lit. The flood version allows for fast and simple variation of the light distribution, making it ideal for very large surfaces and objects.