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Innovative outdoor IP66 multipurpose Profile and Beam/Spot/Wash (BSW) moving head , latest technology White 730W LED light source, Total Output (Lumen) 35.000, 7000K color temperature, CRI 90Ra, lifetime 20.000 hours, Zoom range 5°-45°, variable High-precision glass lenses, electronic linear HD focus, 4-facet prism effect, 6 interchangeable variable speed rotation gobos , CW/CCW, 7 static gobos, linear CMY + CTO for infinity color mixing, framing system , frost effect, linear animation wheel .
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  • Light source / Optics

    Light source: High Power 730 Watt LED.
    Expected lifetime: 20,000 hours.
    Color temperature: 7000 K.
    Total luminus flux: 35.000 Lm.
    CRI: 90Ra.
    Motorized zoom: 5° to 45° 
    Spot Uniformity: 80%

  • Effects

    CMY Iinear Infinity Color mixing.
    CTO 7000k - 2700K
    Colour wheel with 6 dichroic colours + open for rainbow and split colors.
    6 rotating interchangable gobos.
    7 fixed gobos + open.
    Rotating gobos characteristics: diameter 27 mm, image size 22 mm, maximum thickness 3.5 mm (use only glass gobos).
    4F prism with variable speed rotation.
    Frost filter.
    Beam shaping with 4 blades.
    Animation Disk.

  • Control

    Protocol: DMX-512 RDM
    DMX control with 37, 33 & 52 channels.
    Auto programs.
    Display: OLED

  • Installation / Dimension details

    Power supply: 110/240 Volt AC, 50/60 Hz.
    Power Consumption: 1111 Watt max. Current 11,3 A, power factor 0,99.
    Main fuse: 250 V, 15A.
    Power connection with Neutrik plug.
    3pin XLR for DMX connection.
    Operating temperature: -15°C to +45°C.
    Storage temperature: -40°C to +60°C.
    Dimensions: 557 mm W x 955 mm H (with extended clamps) x 389 mm D
    Weight: 55 Kgs.

  • Photometric data

    For more details, check out the Photometric Data file on the Documents tab.