Alberici Shuttles in new light fitting for IGE 2009

Italy’s Alberici have announced that their new Shuttle light fitting technology will make a UK debut at the 2009 International Gaming Expo, which takes place between Tuesday 27th and Thursday 29th January at Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London.

Alberici’s Shuttle is a new tower light fitting which sits at the top of gaming machines, thanks to two patented rapid-fixing solutions, by means of a key or a block.

The Shuttle is suitable for flat and circular surfaces and can be quickly assembled / disassembled making the loading / unloading of gaming machines into trucks of small sizes much easier. The eye-catching unit includes white or blue LED-lights along the border, with a selection of 14 different formations. The Shuttle also houses a backlit silk screened / transparent printed sheet which can be fully customised.

Available in three versions – chromium-plated, black or white plastic – these models can house a white light or blue light, each with two adjustable levels. The Shuttle has been designed with players in mind; when the Start push-button is pressed, the lights of the tower will turn off for 15 minutes, which means players will not be distracted while playing.

Alberici will also show their new PULSA 352 curved push buttons at IGE. Housing two transparent crescents with a bright light effect and recently updated with transparent blue fitting, the PULSA 352 range consists of nine models and four body colours – gold, chrome, black and white.

Exhibiting on stand 4510, Alberici is one of a number of companies targeting both soft and hard gaming clients at the 2009 International Gaming Expo.