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PR Lighting in the frame

PR Lighting in the frame
XR 1700 Framing

PR Lighting in the frame

The XR 1700 Framing also has a 0–100% linear CTO system and DMX linear focusing

The XR 1700 Framing is PR Lighting’s latest framing fixture based on the Osram Lok-it 1700/PS short-arc metal halide lamp. With a power consumption of 2,000W at 220V, the fixture includes double shutter blades (0.3–25fps), has a head movement of 540° pan and 270° tilt, and a light angle of 5–55°. The dimmer is 0–100% linearly adjustable and the iris has 5–100% linear adjustment with macros. The light also has a 0–100% linear CTO system and DMX linear focusing. Two six-facet prisms (one circular, one linear) provide bidirectional rotation with variable speeds. A double effects wheel also produces bidirectional rotation with variable speeds. Rated IP20 and weighing 52kg, the fixture has two individual frost filters (one light, one heavy) and comes with a DMX512 wireless receiver and an optional DMX512 wireless transmitter.

At the smaller end of the spectrum is Venom, a 29.38kg fixture with a 420W cool white LED and an input voltage of 100–240V AC (50/60Hz). It has a power consumption of 650W and a high-speed LED shutter/strobe effect with variable speed. With a light angle of 3–50° and a head movement of 540° pan and 270° tilt, the IP20-rated LED has a three-facet rotating prism with variable speed and direction, a frost filter and a linear motorised iris.

The final new fixture from PR Lighting is the Tango Spot, equipped with an Atria 620W white LED. An input voltage of 100–240V AC (50/60Hz) and a power consumption of 800W at 230V combine with an electronic strobe (0.3–25fps) and a linear dimmer from 0–100%. The LED comes with two prisms: one four-facet prism and one six-facet array prism that are both bidirectional at variable speeds and incorporate an index function. The double layers effects wheel has independent bidirectional rotation at variable speeds and the iris has a 5–100% linear adjustment with macros. Rated IP65 and weighing 37.2kg, the Tango Spot has a DMX linear focus, a DMX linear zoom and an 8–56° light angle with 16-bit adjustment. It comes with a DMX512 wireless receiver and an optional DMX512 wireless transmitter.



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