Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by Pie4Weebl, Jan 4, 2011.
I saw sent this image with no more details, any guesses?:
It's the Selecon LED light.
PL1 LED Luminaire
Well that was fast, done in one I guess.
The Image below is the new Philips Entertainment Selecon PL1 LED luminaire. This is a RGBW luminaire using Philips Vari-Lite VLX Led engine technology. The unit employs a TIR (Total Internal Reflection) system which mixes and homogenizes the color mixing on one single beam of light. The PL1 has built in presets for tunable white light to color match a multitude of theatrical and display luminaire color temperatures. This is a single engine unit that outputs over 2000 lumens at the warm white setting while drawing just under 100 watts at this setting.
The PL1 can be controlled via DMX (wired) Wireless DMX (optional add on), Infrared coded laser remote for Architectural applications, or stand alone via its built in controls.
Here are a few bullet points on this incredible luminaire.
2000 lumen light output at Warm White
High CRI white (96) with adjustable color temperature from Warm White to Day Light will allow designers to replicate all lighting from candlelight to daylight
Integrated dimming with no color shift for accurate color rendering at any intensity
Full color mixing RGBW LED Engine
Low Heat plus no UV or IR
14-50 degree adjustable beam spread for precise lighting control
Smart control technology with a wide choice of wired and wireless control technologies
Available in Black and White
Track and Canopy mounting options for display applications and pipe mounting for exhibitions
32 Built in presets
This technology has also been built into a three engine (PL3) wash luminaire
take a closer look at PL1 and PL3 at: Strand Lighting - A Philips Group Brand and News
PL1 LED Spotlight | Strand Lighting - A Philips Group Brand
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