Pro Lighting

A Wide Variety of Lighting Systems

LED Lights

LED Lights is an electric light for use in light fixtures that produces light using a light-emitting diode. Moreover, it offers a low energy stage lighting source. Also, we get them in a range of fixtures and luminaries including strip lights, moving lights, light walls, blocks, profile spots, and cyclorama lights.

Lighting Bar

An internally wired bar that we typically install overhead at a high level for hanging stage lanterns from and distributing power and data.

Lighting Desk

An electronic control console and also the main method of controlling theater lighting. At its simplest level, a manual desk will use faders to tell the dimmer to adjust the voltage, controlling the intensity of the light. After that, the next level adds memory to record and playback lighting scenes easily. Beyond this are complex computerized lighting consoles that record and playback the thousands of lighting states needed for a major performance.

Cue lights

Cue lights are used to give technical staff and actors silent cues. So, flashing red light means ‘stand-by’ and green means ‘go.’ Furthermore, the actor or technician acknowledges the cue by pressing a button which makes the red light stay on constant.


Small lantern used for lighting in limited spaces and over short distances. Also, The lanterns create a bright, soft-edged light pool. Which makes birdies look like small versions of the parcan lantern.


Is a large curtain or wall that is usually hung at the back of the stage. It is normally white so that it can be lit in different colours.


Dimmers Are devices connected to a light fixture and used to lower the brightness of light. By changing the voltage waveform applied to the lamp, it is possible to lower the intensity of the light output.


Fresnel is a common lantern often used with barn doors which control the light spill, which employs a Fresnel lens to wash light over an area of the stage. The lens produces a wider, soft-edged beam of light, which is commonly used for back light and top light


Floodlights come in two types; symmetrical reflector and asymmetrical reflector. Symmetrical reflectors give a soft-edged wash of light and can be used for overhead washes or at stage level. While asymmetrical reflectors give a soft wash of light on vertical surfaces. They can be used to light cyclorama cloths and can be positioned overhead or at floor level.

Moving Light

Remotely controlled lanterns that are programmed to move by adjusting the pan/tilt motors as well as adjusting zoom, focus, beam, color, and GOBO. Some fixtures come with strobing effects, shutters or adjustable iris. Additionally, the main types are Wash Lights, Spot Lights, Profile, Beam, Moving Mirror and niche adaptations that include Search Lights, LED panels, fans, and projectors