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VOLKS|LICHT Spot

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VOLKS|LICHT Spot

Equipped with a newly developed 300Watt RGB LED light engine is the Volkslicht Spot with the conventional 300/575W Moving Head class (discharge lamps) comparable.

All advantages of the LED light engine, as 20,000 hours lifetime, low heat, strong and deep saturated colors are the other features.

The compact and stylish design and plenty of features complement the Volkslicht Spot.

VOLKS|LICHT Spot

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LED-Source

LED Type
  • RGB LED Engine (400 W)
Lifetime (Hours)
  • 20,000
LED Colors
  • RGB

Optical system

Fixed optics (interchangeable)
  • 15°

Effects

Dimmer
  • 0 – 100% electronic
Shutter
  • max. 10 Hz
Iris
  • 100% – 4%
Prism
  • 3-way
Gobo Wheel 1
  • 7 Gobos
  • rotatable and indexable
  • interchangeable
Gobo Wheel 2
  • 11 Gobos

Movement

Resolution
  • 8 – 16 Bit
Position Feedback
  • yes
Pan (Degrees)
  • 540°
Tilt (Degrees)
  • 280°

Control

Control Modes
  • Normal
Display
  • illuminated graphic LCD
  • backlit buttons
Protocol
  • DMX (USITT DMX512-A)
Cooling
  • temperature controlled
  • overheating protection

Connectors

Signal connection
  • XLR 5-Pin
  • XLR 3-Pin
  • In/Out
Power input
  • Neutrik PowerCON
  • In/Out

Operating Condtions

Mains voltage
  • 100 – 240 VAC / 50 – 60 Hz
Power (Watt @ 230V)
400 Watt
Fuse
  • 20mm T 5A
Maximum ambient temperature
  • 45°C / 115°F
Operating Position
  • any

Mounting Options

Standing
  • Rubber feet
Safety wire attachment
  • 2 eyelets

Shipping

Single fixture
  • cardboard
Tourpack
  • 2-way
  • Flight Case

Housing Colors

Standard colors
  • black

Dimensions & Weight

Height (head vertical)
538 mm / 21.1 in
Width (across yoke)
318 mm / 12.5 in
Length
286 mm / 11.2 in
Weight
15 kg / 33 lbs
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