A 40" long 1-1/4" steel tube with a Junior (1-1/8") Pin welded midway. Often used for hanging theatrical lighting fixtures.
A much larger version of the Junior Wall Plate. It has a Junior receiver welded to a large "T" which has holes for nailing to the floor. The safest way to mount large lighting fixtures at a very low angle.
Double wire diffusion. A single is known as lettuce.
Trombones derive their name from the musical instrument, which also telescopes. Designed to hang on a set wall, the retaining arms adjust to their thickness for security. The arm has a 90-degree offset on it, and telescopes in two sections. A tennis ball slipped over the lowest vertical drop down prevents marring of the set wall. Available in a baby and junior versions.
- Turtle Stand
Primarily a C-Stand with a removable base. Also called a C+Stand. Image shown here is with Griphead and Arm.
TVMP stands for TV to Motion Picture adapter. Most Television lighting fixtures have a hope in their Yoke to attach a Pipe Clamp. Theres is no way to mount this light fixture to a stand. The TVMP adapter attaches where the Pipe Clamp did, and allows the fixture to be mounted on either a Baby or Junior Stand.