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Video: Seachanger Nemo

Discussion in 'LDI 2010' started by gafftaper, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. gafftaper

    gafftaper Senior Team Senior Team Fight Leukemia

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    Yes it's not a new product but it's the first time we've got video of one and it is significantly improved over what they were demoing at LDI in the past.

    CRI 92, 5,200K color temperature, 10,000 lumen output, 320 Watt's, 15,000 hr Plasma Lamp life, and NO UV or IR output.

    It's a really cool product worth taking a good look at.

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    it look the power usage has when up from 285W as seen on page 2 of http://www.seachangeronline.com/Nemo.pdf. (2009)
    there web site also list 320W on SeaChanger. (2010)

    it looks like that 320W is the new wattage for them. i wonder why the wattage went up? the are now recording the full fixture wattage not just the light source?
     
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    I believe there's been a pretty substantial redesign in the last couple of years.
     
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    ruinexplorer Minion CB Mods Premium Member Fight Leukemia

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    The power supply was substantially smaller from two years ago. Also it is now detachable and able to be located up to 16 inches away. They can be located further away, but then there is a power drop.

    Personally, I love these lights for architechtural or displays for their lower power consumption, long life, and lack of IR/UV. However, as a note of the homemade gobos, they only last about 6-8 hours without the cooling supply made by Rosco.
     

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