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Kino Flo ParaBeam 210 DMX Center Mount, 230VAC, SKU: PAR-210-230

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SKU: PAR-210-230

Kino Flo ParaBeam 210 DMX Center Mount, 230VAC, SKU: PAR-210-230

£1,371.60 (inc VAT) £1,143.00 (exc VAT)

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Kino Flo ParaBeam 210 DMX Center Mount, 230VAC, SKU: PAR-210-230

(Includes Center Mount Fixture, Gel Frame, Louver 90°, Baby Receiver (16mm)

 

FEATURES

Low amperage draw, energy savings
• Long lamp life, low lamp replacements, low maintenance labour
• Low operating temperature
• Low air-conditioning costs
• More efficient heat management design for stable colour temperature
• Full spectrum (CRI 95) lamps available in 3200K and 5500K
• Kino Flo lamps also available in 420nm blue and 550nm green for blue and green screen applications.
• High colour rendering True Match lamps work well alongside conventional quartz lights or HMI’s
• DMX control for stable colour temperature and light level control
• Colour gels do not burn out or fade due to lower heat of fixture
• Centre mount for horizontal and vertical axes rotation, Yoke Mount and Pole Operation
• Quick ballast maintenance
• Honeycomb louvers 90°, 60° and 45° reduce the need for barndoors
• Slender design for a less crowded lighting grid

 

ParaBeam 210 DMX Center Mount
Input Voltage: 230VAC
Output Frequency: 30kHz
Amperage: .6A - 240VAC
Dimming Range: 100%-5%
Lamp Switching: 2 - off
Lamps: 2 x 55W CFL
Dimensions: 62 x 34.5 x 19cm
Weight: 6.5kg

*Pole Op Versions available

Kino Flo - ParaBeam 400 200 DMX

Key Features

The ParaBeam 410 and 210 studio fixtures display about the same amount of soft light as a 2,000 Watt and 1,000 Watt tungsten light, respectively. But ParaBeams only use 1/4th as much power! Both studio lights take Kino Flo True Match®
high colour rendering lamps (CR I95).

The soft beam actually can be focused for a wide variety of set lighting looks, from lighting four people across a news desk to spotting down to a single subject.