Elation KL 6 CW

Projecteur à LED, lentille Fresnel, 170W, 5600°K, zoom 15°-38°, DMX512

Descriptions détaillées

The KL Fresnel Series is a line of warm-white or cold-white Fresnel lights with all the benefits of LED. Available in 50W, 150W and 350W models, the WW models provide all the warmth of tungsten halogen, a 3,000K fixed color temperature and high color rendering capacity to ideally mimic the warm glow output of traditional tungsten halogen lights while surpassing them in output and efficiency.
The CW models are a line of cold-white LED Fresnel lights with 5,600K Cool White LED engine. All KL Fresnel models house a manual zoom (motorized zoom in KL Fresnel 8 / KL Fresnel 8 CW) and include barn doors and a filter frame.

  • 5,600K Cool White LED Fresnel Luminaire
  • 150W Single Source LED
  • Manual and DMX Controlled Dimming 
  • Quick Single Press Light Output for Focusing
  • 15° - 38° Manual Zoom
  • Including 8-Leaf Barn Doors and Gel Frame Holder 
  • Adjustable Refresh Frequency
  • Silent Operation
  • Variable Dimming Curves, Dim Modes and Dimming Delays
  • Flicker Free Operation for Broadcast TV and Film
  • 150W Cool White LED Engine
  • 8,500 Total Output Lumens, 5,600K, 97CRI
  • 50,000 Hour Average LED Life*
  • 7,924 LUX 736 FC @ 9.8’ (3m) (Min. Zoom)
  • 1,961 LUX 182 FC @ 9.8’ (3m) (Max. Zoom) 
  • High Speed Electronic Shutter and Strobe
  • Variable Dimming Curves, Dim Modes and Dimming Delays
  • 5,600K Cool White LED
  • 5 DMX Channels Modes (1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5)
  • DMX Support
  • RDM (Remote Device Management) 
  • Adjustable Refresh Frequency (900 – 25,000Hz)
  • 8 / 16 Bit Dimming Control
  • 4 Button and 1 Dial Control Panel
  • Manual and DMX Controlled Dimming
  • 180° Reversible LCD Menu Display
  • USB Firmware Service Port
  • 3pin & 5pin DMX In/Out
  • Power Twist TR1 Power In/Out
  • AC 100-240V - 50/60Hz
  • 170W Max Power Consumption
  • 14°F to 113°F (-10°C to 45°C)
  • Rotating Barn Doors
  • Gel Frame Holder
  • Power Twist TR1 to CEE 7/7 Cable

*LED Life may vary depending on several factors including but not limited to: Environmental Conditions, Power/Voltage, Usage Patterns (On-Off Cycling), Control and Dimming.