Constant color temperature during dimming
Ultra-soft regulation of intensity through pre-set dimmer curves
Adjustable forced ventilation
Cooling system with high performance heat pipes
Adjustable fork for correct headlight balancing
LED temperature control and management system for maintaining the optimal operating ranges
Remote control of fixture functions (DMX-RDM)
The fixture is available with different LED engines and complies with the USITT DMX 512A and ANSI RDM E 1.20 protocol standard
PC HY LED 300 CW
PC HY LED 300 WW
PC HY LED 300 TW
PC HY LED 300 6C
Projectors equipped with a Pianoconvex lens, recognizable by a flat surface on one side and smooth and convex on the other.
This type of fixture, equipped with an adjustable fork and optics adjustment system, is used to obtain punctual and uniform accent lighting, with contours that are always “out of focus” but more defined than the Fresnel version.
The housing is IP20 rating, made by rugged, highly resistant extruded aluminum, free of defects such as burrs, pits and malformations, in combination with lightweight fiber glass enforced hammer proof techno-polymer parts.
The housing doesn’t present any sharp edge and be made with a durable yet lightweight and rustproof construction with excellent mechanical strength for longer life also in presence of high humidity.
Finish is shockproof with anti-scratch epoxy raisin powder coating non-reflective black finish with electrostatic application.
The fixture has a rugged rustproof aluminum yoke, reversible and adjustable in height, with fast balancing technology, mounted into extruded aluminum sliding rail for any positioning of the yoke.
The fixture can easily stand on the floor without other accessories thanks to a quick adjustable and extremely flexible yoke positioning.
The fixture has a display equipped with a 4 buttons for local control.
The fixture utilizes an advanced thermal management system to maintain LED life to an average of 70% intensity after 54,000 hours of use.
The thermal management system is based on the combination of two cooling systems:
– a passive natural heat convection and
– a super silent active cooling system, also controllable via lighting desk
The passive natural heat convection is guaranteed by excellent LED cooling due to very large and effective double labyrinth dissipation, which at the same time avoid any light spillage over the entire top and the back part of the fixture.
The active cooling system is guaranteed by a forced dissipation of heat using a fan, allowing to intervene on the speed and therefore on the noise of the fans.
The thermal management system includes multiple temperature sensors to avoid an early LED deterioration. In addition a fan speed software allows to override DMX fan speed setting or the current to the LED array in order to prevent heat damages of the fixture that brings lifespan at risk.
The focusing is made by very accurate soft fine-tuning endless screw zoom mechanism placed inside the housing in order to guarantee that the size and balance of the fixture remain stable in any position, even with barndoors and filter frames in front.
The projection has a very precise variable beam angle fine adjustment without jerkins.
The optical system guarantees a powerful uniform light output without pixilation thanks to a high-quality borosilicate glass lense.
The lense is mounted onto extended holders to allow the best ventilation.
The fixture has the PSU driver and dimmer electronic integrated on board.
The fixture is equipped with an internal auto sensing power supply with an input range from 100V to 240V – 50/60 Hz protect by on board fuse
The efficiency should be PF>0.94/230VAC PF>0.98/115VAC at full load
– lockable Neutrik® PowerCON True1 TOP main input connector
– lockable Neutrik® PowerCON True1 TOP main through connector
The fixture supports power in and thru operation up to 16A
Control (DMX signal):
– international standard with XLR 5-pole in/out connectors
The fixtures can be linked together with standard DMX cable
The fixture is able to emulate the performance of a halogen lamp.
In the continuous search to satisfy “nostalgic” light designers of halogen light and to get closer to the natural perception that the human eye has of an object illuminated with LED, it is not enough that the static light simulates halogen light, but that it is also dynamic regulation. For a LED luminaire to behave like a halogen headlight, there are three aspects to consider:
– the dimmer curve which represents the inertia with which the light is returned by the source according to the signal it receives. It can be set up as linear or quadratic with “slow release” curvature.
– the delay, i.e. the “delay” with which a filament begins to emit light after it receives the electrical stimulus. Shift the curve by milliseconds, adjustable.
– the amber shift effect, it is a “defect” or imperfection typical of the halogen lamp which allows a slight amber/orange color change to which a halogen lamp tends when it is dimmed down, reducing its emission.
The fixture is able to resolve or minimize the main disturbances.
Silent mode – in order to work properly, a lighthouse needs a cooling system, which can be passive (radiator type) or active (presence of fans that “blow” the hot air away to make the source work within a range temperature considered ideal). The silent mode function allows you to intervene on the speed and therefore on the noise of these fans: an algorithm detects the internal temperatures from the thermostat and controls the current to ensure continuous operation of the light, preventing damage or shutdowns. In some situations, for example in the lighting park above the symphony orchestra or in some art museums, “absolute silence” is required, therefore it is necessary to be able to deactivate the operation of the fans.
Flicker free – when filming a show with cameras or even simply with the smartphone video camera it is possible that annoying oscillations (flickering) appear on the screen due to the frequency conflict between the emission of the LED light and the scanning of the brush of the receiving camera. This conflict must be resolved by acting on the camera recording parameters or on the LED source parameters.fixture
Booster – this is a function that allows the light emission of the individual channels to be increased up to +20%, when a tint or a CCT value is selected in which not all channels are at full.
A microprocessor monitors the working temperature of the LED and updates the source control parameters in real time.
Stand alone – this funciotn allows to control one or more fixtures without using a console. In fact, the software allows you to create one or more static colors and to define the duration and sequence of each one.
The function can be set on a single fixture or on a group of fixtures. In this second case it is necessary to define the “master” fixture and the “slave” ones.
Additional advanced functions available in color versions:
Plus/Minus Green – this is a function that allows fine tuning of the green component of the selected CCT.
Calibration – when a group of fixtures is used, it may happen that one or more of them, with the same DMX values, have a color component (e.g.: red) to be “corrected” to make the tint uniform to that of the other fixtures. This function allows you to modify the spectrometric curve of a fixture, intervening on the contribution of the single color of the array.
Custom presets – in addition to a rich library of “factory” colors (standard presets), it is possible to create and save up to 10 colors within a second library (custom presets).
Two dedicated DMX channels, one for the main LEE filters (241 colors) and one for the main ROSCO filters (236 colors)
In tunable white and color versions, it is possible to set the color temperature of the white from the projector menu. The range varies depending on the source:
6 colors version: from 1,500K to 20,000K
In white versions, it is possible to choose from the following color temperatures:
other color temperatures on request between 2’700K and 6’500K
The fixture offers the possibility to choose one of the following dimming curves, each of them optimized for smooth dimming at low intensities and over longer timed fades: linear, halo, quadratic, gamma 2.6, gamma 2.8 and curve s.
The fixture features control of intensity in 8bit or in 16bit mode (for high-resolution dimming) without any exhibiting flicker, stepping or jumping.
The fixture guarantees a very smooth dimming of intensity from 0% to 100% and vice-versa.
A special algorithm ensures that the color temperature remains constant during dimming.
In this version the DMX signal is transmitted via cable from the console (or splitter) to a transmitter which converts it into a radio signal which is transmitted again to a receiver mounted on the fixture. This solution is useful in those situations where the use of the cable is not possible or is not recommended for excessive distances.
Compatible with Multiverse ® by City Theatrical technology.
TC S25: filter frame
PL 4 HY 300: 4D rotating barndoors
PL 4 HY 300 PLUS: 4D rotating barndoors
PL 8 HY 300: 4D rotating barndoors
The fixture is provided with warranty of:
– 3 years for defect resulting from faulty materials or workmanship
– 5 years on the availability of its spare parts and components
Light is also movement. For this reason we offer a wide range of custom solutions for DMX motorized and pole-operated systems.
Our motorized systems can move any theatrical and television lighting appliances, SPOTLIGHT ® branded or made by other brands on market as well as smoke machines, laser-beam effects and video projectors, and more.
Yokes are designed for those who want to keep superior lighting performances of classical products, highly increasing using flexibility with a great saving of time in focusing and repositioning.
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