GT series spotlights are made of stainless steel and polycarbonate, this provides compliance to IP 68 protection class.
The unique steel-polycarbonate design of the housing minimizes the process of galvanic corrosion of the metals.The aluminum sink is covered with the special ceramic compound for protection from the aggressive environment affect, thus giving a much longer life to the lighting equipment.
Consuming power of GT spotlights is from 3 to 17 watt. Monochrome (white and colored) spotlights are available without controlling or PWM or/and DMX-512 controlled.
RGB and RGBW spotlights have DMX-512 controlling. The series includes model variations: GT-03; GT-05; GT-13; GT-17 (3, 5, 13 and 17 watt accordingly).
GT-03 series includes luminaires with beam angles 10, 30, 40 and 10х40 degrees. Light color options: Amber; Green; Blue; Red Orange; Royal Blue; Cool White; Neutral; Warm White
New generation products are controlled by DMX-512 rulers.
Models available: GT-0510RGB - 5 watt RGB LED; GT-0510x40RGB - 5 watt RGB LED; GT-0530RGB - 5 watt RGB LED; GT-0540RGB - 5 watt RGB LED.
New generation products are controlled by PWM or DMX-512 controllers. Light colors available: Amber; Green; Blue; Red Orange; Royal Blue; Cool White; Warm White; RGB
The most powerful spotlights of the series for excursion lighting. Available at personal order: GT-1710RGB, GT-1730RGB, GT-1740RGB - 17 watt RGB LED.
This cave is situated in the northern part of Moravský kras (Moravian Karst), in picturesque part of Suchý žleb (Dry Valley) close to Ostrov u Macochy in nature reserved area called Vintoky. It is breathtaking labyrinth of corridors, domes and underground temples with gorge and full-colour stalactitic decoration. The cave begins with a huge entry hall of Balcarova skála (Balcar’s Cliff). After that follows an artificial tunnel coming into small area where could be found very attractive colorfulness of sinter decoration. First stop is in a room about 10 m high called Wilsonova rotunda (Wilson’s Rotundas). The bigger one has beautifully modeled circular gorge covered with sinter cascades.
With its 587 meters, the Charlotte cave is one of the longest show caves in southern Germany. The cave, discovered in 1893, was named after the Queen Charlotte of Württemberg. The cave’s guests will get a memorable and lasting experience and the subsequent short tour can give you a sneak peek at the fascinating world of stalactites. Long ago, the cave was created by the force of the water. Then the cave arose in many thousands of years in the halls and corridors аs a true marvel of stalactites. One of the first mammals, who visited the cave were probably bats, but certainly a cave bear used to be a regular inhabitant. The bear left at several places in the cave smoothly polished rock surfaces, because it cleaned their coat of dried mud and bugs here. Ice Age hunters, as in the neighboring Lonetalhöhlen were not detected in the Charlotte cave.
A beautiful cave, full of strange concretions can be found alongside the Gorge d’Herault between the villages of St Jean de Fos and St Guilhem le Desert. The cave is still being washing out by the river that runs along the bottom of it and during the winter months part of the cave is closed off because the chambers are full of water. As well as the normal stalactites and stalagmites, you’ll find some other formations in the grotte, including aragonites, spiky concretions that resemble sea urchins and helictites that look like a jumbled mass of spaghetti. The cave was discovered in 1945 by the Montpellier Caving Club, but the name Clamouse dates back a lot further. In Occitan Clamouse means a woman who shouts or screams – the noise the cave’s river makes when it floods. Legend says that a young shepherd used to send sheeps to his poor mother via the underground river. One day it was the shepherd’s body that made its way downstream to his mother, and in her despair she wandered in the cave screaming for a long time afterwards.
Postojna Cave is the most famous and most visited cave in Europe (located on the territory of Slovenia).
It consists of 20 km of galleries, halls and chambers. It is a classic limestone karst cave. A labyrinth of corridors created by nature has been equipped with railways in the late 19th century, a decade later the first electricity and lighting had appeared in the cave.
Today tourist have a unique opportunity - to see the whole underground world of caves through the windows of a mini-train and appreciate the natural stalactite decoration. In addition to the stalactites there are a variety of drips of various shapes, colors and age.
Used equipment «GT» series: GT- 03; GT- 05; GT- 13; GT-17
(especially the lighting one) have a certain effect on the fauna, microclimate of the cave, fauna and sometimes on its structure. The equipment of the cave should be carried out taking into account its characteristics and should strive to make as little as possible changes in the internal environment of the cave.
Utilities (water pipes, electric cables, junction boxes, transformers, waterproof spotlights and elements of lightshow) should be located in the side galleries, masked or have a decorative shape. This factor affects the design of the construction of cave lamps.