Litepanels
A Vitec Group brand

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Features/Advantages
  • High intensity, a narrow beam, and a wide range of accessories make these versatile fixtures essential in Broadcast Studios or on Feature/Episodic/Commercial location shoots.
  • Low power consumption, reduced HVAC requirements, and no associated bulb replacement costs contribute to a return on your investment (ROI) in less than three years for typical studio applications.
  • Incredibly energy efficient, these panels draw only 350W but are comparable to the output of a 575W HMI Par.
  • No UV or infrared wavelengths are emitted by any of our fixtures.
  • Panels have a microprocessor operated, active cooling system that automatically adjusts to the ambient temperature.
  • Flicker-free at any frame rate or shutter angle.
  • Ultra-smooth dimming from 100% to 0, with no noticeable color shift throughout the entire range.
  • Our unique Nanoptic lenses convert the powerful open source into a soft light or broad directional fill, delivering flexibility for almost any application.
  • Integrated DMX module, with RJ45 Ethernet connections for remote dimming control with any standard DMX512 protocol device.
  • Integrated slots hold color and diffusion gel filters and Nanoptic lenses.
  • Standard Yoke with Junior Pin to enable easy mounting and positioning.
  • User-friendly LCD display and a multi-functional control with menu-based button interface.
  • Removable, external power supply with convenient mounting bracket and other options.
  • Built-in SD card slot to easily facilitate future software upgrades.
Technical Specications
  • Size: 14x20.5x8.75” / 35.6x52x22.2cm
  • Weight: 20.3lbs/9.2kg (PSU 8.9lbs/4kg)
  • Power Requirements: 48V DC / 100-240VAC
  • Maximum Power Draw: 350W
  • Power Supply 48V DC via AC Adapter
  • Includes: Fixture, Yoke, Power Supply, Power Cord
Photometrics
Hammy's Lighting Tips

Light passing through tree leaves, window panes, and other obstacles can make a scene more visually interesting, as well as cue the audience to the location of the subject.