This blog is about sharing my passion for vintage club and disco lighting. Lighting from the 70'S, 80's and 90's. From great companies like Clay Paky, Coemar, Kremesa, Satel, Lampo, Niesel, S.E.A.R. and many more. We buy, sell, restore and rent lighting effects.
This is the Coemar Vega 3 lighting effect. This unit used a SN750 bulb. I have not converted this unit to a 575 bulb yet but I will as the 750 bulbs are very hard to find now. This unit has three motors and one fan unit, one for the color unit and a bulb so total five circuits with the color wheel working off a sound mic. This unit is a new old stock unit in perfect condition. The control on the table is not for this unit.
The first step in a rebuild is to take the lighting effect down to its smaller parts.
This Coemar Rotor 18 has some damage so it must be tig welded as it is cast from aluminum.
After the weld is completed its time to grind and sand it down.
Just like new. Now to take apart the rest of the unit and strip the paint and prepare the parts to be repainted. This will take some time so I will update soon and go over the painting and rewiring process..... To be continued
This is a Coemar Rotor 18 as it looks new from the box. Really a great lighting effect. Very well built as all Coemar products are made with thought to design as well as function. This effect uses 18 PAR 36 bulbs with one motor that spins at one speed like a helicopter.