By far the easiest method of raising a lighting system 80" off the floor. The easy-to-use power crank-up height adjustment system operates with any standard electric or cordless drill. The 48" top T-b... Read More
By far the easiest method of raising a lighting system 80" off the floor. The easy-to-use power crank-up height adjustment system operates with any standard electric or cordless drill. The 48" top T-bar holds up to 4 PAR cans, while the two 24" side mount bars each hold 2 PAR cans, for a total of 8 PAR cans.
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I purchased two to replace some cheaper and less sturdy stands. One thing a person can never spend too much on is safety and reliability. This stand is a great deal more robust than other cheaper designs. With that is an increased weight but well worth one being at ease raising a tree full of lighting instruments some 12 feet in the air. The first section which mounts the t-bar and out rigging arms is still manually raised with the friction coupling and locking pin. The crank raises the remaining height. Great for getting lighting pre-focused and then placing in final position.
These stands are very solid and very sturdy. The cranks work great. We have two of these supporting a truss with 12 lights. Have not used the T-Bars yet but the stands themselves are great. Would definitely recommend.
It's easy to assemble and disassemble for setting it up. But the easiest part is the crank. It just makes raising the lights faster, easier, and quietly. Great mechanism on the stand!
I purchased this particular lighting stand because it was a crank one. I figured it would be very simple to hook the arms onto the main shaft. Either i'm stupid or I just don't get how it works, but other than that it hold the lights great and is very stable. The crank works fantastic and allows me to raise the lights to 14'.
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