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Blue Planet News - DECEMBER 2013
New Product: 115 Watt Fresnel Recessed Light
November 20, 2013 - Charlotte, North Carolina
Light Source has released their new 115 Watt fully dimming LED Recessed Down Light with a 6" Tempered Borosilicate Fresnel lens and a wide even field.
Extremely smooth dimming. Adjustable “Thermal Mass Equivalence” setting on channel 512 allows adjustment of the dimming curve to mimic incandescent lamp sources, or instant on/off like a strobe with the full range in between. Brighter than a 500 watt quartz light, yet the light beam is cool!
Warm white: 3,000 K – 82 CRI – 7,000 Lumens
Cool White: 5,600 K – 82 CRI – 8,000 Lumens
Special 1/8th DMX communication chips allow up to 256 of these fixtures to run on one DMX line, instead of the normal 32.
Picture Above is RiverGlen Christian Church (House to 50%)
Standard power input via PowerCon connector. Mating PowerCon Cable end connector is provided. Optional 1/2" conduit opening for power connection with metallic flex. Also available is SJOW 16/3 cord with or without a 20 amp 120V, 240V, or 277V connector. Universal AC power supply input accepts 100V to 277V without adjustment or settings. Input current varies proportionally with input voltage. Max 1.2 amps at 100V, .5A at 277V. Power factor over 90 percent.
80 Beam diameter in feet = 1.67 x throw distance. Warm White Beam intensity in foot candles = 4,675 divided by the throw distance squared.
Cool White Beam intensity in foot candles = 6,670 divided by the throw distance squared.
3 year warranty on fixture.
If you are looking for a quote on the Light Source 115 Watt fully dimming LED Recessed Down Light, contact Blue Planet Lighting for a quick and competitive quote.
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