The Cyc 100 is a 100 Watt cyclorama/wall wash luminaire utilizing high output LED emitters.

With a power of 3W watts R9G9B9W9/R9G9B9A9 LED and a sophisticated specifically designed optical system, allows to illuminate in an absolutely even way an area of approximately 6 meters wide and 7 meters in height, positioned at a distance from the backdrop of only 1.5 meters.

With the extremely wide horizontal beam and the possibility to generate with LEDs an almost infinite range of colours, you get a significant savings both in the number of luminaires needed and in the power used.

Thanks to the great extension in height of the light beam and the use of the fixture from below and from above, you can easily illuminate also the highest backdrops as in large opera houses.

The possibility of connecting many pieces as master and slave make easier the DMX set up of a full cyclorama.

No more dark filter fading during the shows, because the colours are generated directly by the light source.

Internal memory for playback of automatic soft sequences and chasers.

Designed for theatrical and architectural applications, the LED Cyc 100 blends color via a patented LED lens and reflector combination which reduces pixelization from direct view.

● Power Supply: AC90V-260V, 50/60Hz
● Power Consumption: Max. 120W
● RGBA Color Mixing
● LEDs: 36pcs * 3W, R9/G9/B9/A9
● LED Lifespan: >50,000 hours
● Flicker Free (Refresh Rate >400 Hz)
● LED Lens Beam Angle: Bar Lens, 90 degree
● With temperature detection protection function
● 16Bit PWM dimming
● Electronic Strobe: 0-20Hz
● Control Mode: DMX, Auto and Master/Slave
● DMX Channels: 8CH
● Built-in Auto program
● Electronic Dimmer: 0-100% linear dimmer
● Drive Mode: Constant Current
● Cooling: Convection cooled, no fans
● Setting and Addressing: 4-digit LED
● Data In/Out: XLR 3Pin
● Power In/Out: Powercon
● Housing: Steel
● Housing Color: Black
● IP Rating: IP20
● Environment Temp: -30°C-50°C
● with single yoke
● Dimensions(mm): L389*W186*H242
● Net Weight: 6.5kg


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