The strongest winch in the Wahlberg range.
The Winch 50 maintains a compact form while providing 50Kg (110 lb) of lifting strength.
Working alone or configured together, the Winch 50 can be used for flying dimensional set pieces or
rigging heavier weight drapery fabrics.
DMX control makes setting positions and limits quick and easy, and complex motion cues can be written and
recalled with ease.
Suitable for heavy weight fabric rigging, and for lifting scenic elements like flats, ceiling pieces,
picture frames and window units.
The Winch 50 is a great winch for lifting and moving stage props, screens, drapes, lights, etc. in and out of the stage area
Several winches can easily be connected as a chain, allowing for advanced and creative ways of making dynamic movements.
It takes only 3 winches to lift and move an object 3-dimensionally.
The winch is controlled from the lighting desk, and can thus be controlled
in interaction with the lighting to add dynamism to the show.
The winch has an advanced positioning system controlled from a 16 bit DMX channel and is highly accurate;
the winch stops within 1 mm.
The speed of the winch is also controlled from the lighting desk, and it is possible to set the upper and lower limits
of the movement of the winch, thus adjusting its range of motion.
Contents of the Winch 50 package:
1 Winch 50
2 mounting clamps
1 8mm snap hook
1 Powercon female plug
|Shipping Weight||31kg / 68.34 lbs|
|Shipping Dimensions||32 x 31 x 46 cm / 12.60 x 12.20 x 18.11 inches|
200-240 Vac 50/60 Hz ( can run on 2 phase 204 Vac )
|DMX control signal||
5 pole XLR, Male & Female
3 mm galvanized steel wire 19 x 7
12 m/ 39 ft
50 kg (110 lb)
9-45 cm/s (2-15.7 in/s)
30 kg/ 66 lbs
329 x 298 x 445 mm / 12.9 x 11.7 x 17.5
|Manual Winch 50 - 2016 - English||Download|
|Cheat sheet Winch 50 -English||Download|
|Spec Sheet Winch 50 - 25 m version||Download|
|Spec Sheet Winch 50 - standard version||Download|
|Spec Sheet Winch 50 - double version||Download|
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Related portfolio items
Akram Khan Company, European Tour (2013) – Winch 50
For iTMOI – choreography by the London-based choreographer Akram Khan. The square in the ceiling is controlled by Wahlberg Winch 50 Photos by Jean Louis Fernandez
Cullberg Balletten, Sweden (2009) – Winch 50
The winch 50 was developed for the Cullberg Ballet, “Position of Elsewhere”, Sweden in 2009 Choreography: Johan Inger Set and lighting design: Jens Sethzman Music: Jean-Louis Huhta, JS Bach