impression Laser

GLP impression Laser is a pure diode RGB moving head laser projector. It inspires all those who want to be one step ahead - always. Small, handy, light - thus the moving head laser show system can quickly be mounted on each stage.

It blends inconspicuously, but quite certainly striking, in the concept of the show. Each laser show, whether beam show or laser graphics, is positioned precisely by the Moving Head on any projection screen. The Moving Head is controlled conveniently via DMX, the laser output via ILDA. Amazing and creative laser shows allows the professional and world famous laser show software LPS-RealTIME Pro.

GLP impression Laser is available with 3 W and 6 W RGB.

Laser diodes

  • 680 mW red @ 638 nm
  • 1000 mW green @ 520 nm
  • 1600 mW blue @ 445 nm

Control mode

  • ILDA
  • TEC cooling with optimized airflow


  • X/Y Laser graphics scanner: 60 kpps @ 60°, Scanner Safety

Software (optionally)

  • LPS-RealTIME Pro Laser show software


  • high precision stepping motor control 8 or 16 Bit resolution selectable
  • speed: 660° Pan in 2sec, 300° Tilt in 1sec
  • Position Feedback

Length x Width X Height (head vertical):
145mm x 340mm x 370mm
- 5.7in x 13.4in x 14.6in

Net Weight:
- 10 kg
- 22 lbs


Audi celebrates centenary with impression

On the 16th and 17th October, Audi organized in Neckarsulm a weekend of activities packed with highlights to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the company. Joining in the celebrations, as the auto manufacturer with the four rings in its logo let its hair down, and making a significant contribution to the events and entertainment equipment deployed for the festivities were impression and impression Laser luminaires from GLP


GLP on the 12th Radio Regenbogen Award

A reputable gathering of international stars made their way across the red carpet in Karlsruhe, Germany, recently for the annual Radio Regenbogen Awards. Twelve international and national stars were honoured in this year’s event, in categories such as Music, Entertainment, Media and social life. Among the award winners, in addition to German newcomer band Polarkreis 18, were the Pet Shop Boys, Amy McDonald as International Newcomer, former international goalkeeper Oliver Kahn and classic singer...


Polarkreis 18 on tour with impression Laser

The German band Polarkreis 18 is touring with GLP equipment. Lighting designer Jan Kirchhoff is using eighteen impression 90 RGB units in white, six impression Lasers and six YPOC 700 CMY luminaires. The impression Laser being used on the current tour, which was presented for the first time at the PLASA 08 in London, represents a special highlight.