The Winch 10 is a small winch for lifting your medium sized props, screens, drapes etc.
inside and outside the stage area.
Several winches can easily be connected as a chain, allowing for advanced and creative ways
of making dynamic movements of large items or a number of items.
The winch is controlled from the lighting desk, and hence movements on stage can be controlled
in interaction with the lighting to add dynamism to the show.
The Winch 10 has a lifting height of 10m (33 ft) and has a built-in positioning system
which facilitates locating objects in the desired position.
The positioning system is 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 a standard Winch 10 package :
1 Winch 10
1 mounting clamp
1 8mm snap hook
1 Powercon female plug
How has it been used:
Artists and performers all over the world have used the winches as technical devices in making curtains,
lamps and other elements move in formation or individually.
Please watch the videos below in order to find inspiration for using the Winch 10.
You may also have a look at our Portfolio :
Please read about the Maria Pagés project Utopia on our Portfolio page.
|Shipping Weight||6kg / 13.23 lbs|
|Shipping Dimensions||26 x 23 x 30 cm / 10.24 x 9.06 x 11.81 inches|
220-240 Vac 50Hz optional 110-120 Vac 60 Hz.
|DMX Control Signal||
DMX 512 1990 + DMX512A / 7 channels used
5 pole XLR, in & link
10m (33 ft) / optional 15m (50 ft)
10 kg (22 lb)
5-30 cm/s (2-12 in/s)
2 mm galvanised steel wire, 8 mm snap hook, MBL 281 Kg (620 lb)
1 slim coupler for 50 mm (2 in) tube
240 x 210 x 150 mm. / 9.5 x 8.3 x 5.19 in
5.2 kg (11.5 lbs)
|Manual - Winch 10 - English||Download|
|Cheat Sheet Winch 10||Download|
|Product pamphlet - English||Download|
Pricing and purchase options
Related portfolio items
Miguel Bosé, Papitwo Tour, Europe and Latin America (2012-13) – Winch 10
Latin Grammy winner, Miguel Bosé, Panama/ Columbia tours with a stage set including lots of drapes controlled by Wahlberg winch 10
Lure nightclub, Hollywood, USA, (2012) – Winch 10 Cable
95 winch 10 cable from Wahlberg holds, moves and lights 95 LED spheres in the ceiling of the glamorous Beverly Hills nightclub, LURE. The ceiling, developed in collaboration with Audio Visual Network GmbH, and is a spectacle of light and motion, … Continued