ParLite FC Product code: F030N001H (15° lenses) | F030N001L (35° lenses)

ParLite FC is the evolution of the classic ParLite Led with a RGBW Full Color chip LED plus White 3.000 K for a perfect color mixing and a pre-set CCT levels from 2.700 to 10.000 K with color rendering index greater than 90 (CRI > 90).
Ideal for the broadcast market due to the removal of the fan and flicker-free DMX dimming from 600 to 19.000 Hz.
Available in an IP 65 rated version with PowerCon In/Out for easy connection as well.

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specifications
  • Dynamic RGBW color mixing 
  • Pre-set CCT levels adjustable via DMX and control panel with Tint control
  • Electronic 8 / 16 bit dimming
  • Beam angle: 15°, 35°
  • Wireless ready (optional)
  • Customizable led chip (A or UV)
  • Electronic dimmer (2 curves selectable)
  • Synchronized, random or pulse electronic strobe
  • Flicker-free operation ideal for broadcast lighting
  • Double yoke for easy ground standing or truss hanging
  • IP rating: 20 or 65 (weatherproof)
  • Fixture software update: direct using USB
  • CE approved
light source
9 RGBW Cree LEDs. Average LED lifetime: a minimum of 80% of the initial luminous flux will be maintained after approx. 50.000 hours of usage (50.000 LM80).
PHYSICAL SIZE
  • Length: 260 mm (10.2 in)
  • Width: 130 mm (5.1 in)
  • Height: 290 mm (11.4 in)
  • Weight: 4.4 kg (9.7 lbs)
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control protocol and programming
  • USITT DMX512A
  • DMX channels: 10
  • Setting, addressing, testing and measurements via LEDs display
  • 4 internal automatic programs
  • Master / Slave mode
  • RDM (Remote Device Management)
electrical specifications connections
  • Power supply: 90-264 V, auto-sensing, 50/60 Hz
  • In and Out PowerCon connectors
  • Max power consumption: 80 W
  • Power consumption: 0.41 A at 230 V, 0.85 A at 110 V – cosφ 0,9
  • DMX data in/out: 5 pin locking XLR with Neutrik IP 65

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