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Photon Beard will once again exhibit at NAB Show 2017, booth C7649.

This year, the company will be represented at the show by the US team – headed by Pete Challinger, Vice President, US Operations – and supported by Ken Parker.

At last year's event, Photon Beard previewed the Highlight LED. The company has since spent spent part of the year since getting the output perfect so you get a true white whichever colour temperature is chosen by a user. The finished product is now in full production and being used around the world.

Also on display will be the remote phosphor PB80 Redheads and the Platinum Blonde 1200W HMI.

The event follows a successful BVE for the company in London earlier this month. In addition, while Photon Beard is not in attendance at CABSAT this year (21 – 23 March), visitors who need anything related to Photon Beard, or lighting in general, are asked to visit the team at the MTS stand at the event, Hall 1, Stand 109, where they will take messages and assist as much as possible.

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