Fluotec VegaLux 300 Tunable Studio LED Fresnel (25cm)

For a crisp, clean light with sharp shadows and flattering colour rendition, the Fluotec VegaLux 300 Tunable Studio LED Fresnel (25cm) is a wise choice. This large 25cm Fresnel uses NEBULA Diffusion Chamber Technology to create a perfectly blended white light and it offers impressive CRI90 colour rendering at 3000 to 5800K. It also features motorised local and DMX adjustment of the beam angle from 15 to 50 degrees for exacting control over how the light falls on your scene. Users can even control power using either DMX or local controls with HALODIM technology ensuring smooth stepless adjustments from 0 to 100%.

The fixture can be operated worldwide via its universal 90 to 240 VAC power supply. It also boasts a low power draw of 338W thanks to the use of LEDs, and these bulbs are rated to last for 50,000 hours. Included with the unit is an 8-leaf barndoor set, a stand-mount yoke, a filter holder, a C-clamp, two safety cables, a stand mount spigot, and a 4.8m powerCON cable.

Specifications
Light Fixture
Beam Angle 15 to 50°
Colour Temperature 3000 to 5800K
Colour Accuracy Standard CRI 90
Cooling System None
Dimming Yes, 0 to 100% (Continuous)
Display None
Photometrics 15°:
2101 fc / 22,606.8 lux at 5.91' / 1.8 m
50°:
303 fc / 3262 lux at 5.91' / 1.8 m
Expected Lamp Life 50000 Hours
Fixture Dimensions 22.2 x 13.5 x 20.6" / 56.4 x 34.3 x 52.3 cm (Including Yoke)
Fixture Weight 26.2 lb / 11.88 kg (Including Yoke)
Connectors
Battery Plate None
Power Input Connector powerCON
Lens
Lens Diameter 10" / 254 mm
Lens Material Glass
Lens Type Fresnel
Mounting
Fixture Mount 5/8" Receiver
Accessory Mount None
Yoke
Yoke Type Yoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control Type DMX
Power
AC Input Power 90 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power Source AC Adapter
Max Power Consumption 338 W
Cable
Cable Length 16' / 4.88 m
Inline Switch No

GroupLighting
Sub groupLED Fresnel & Spots
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