The Arri T2 Location Fresnel is one in a series that represents an evolution of the Studio and Location fixtures that have been popular for over twenty years. Research and feedback from lighting professionals around the world combined with advances in technology has enabled Arri to design a series of six Fresnels with over 30 improvements for studio and location lighting. With reduced weight, compact size and maximum light output, Arri T series Fresnels set a new standard for professional lighting equipment.
Arri's cross cooling system reduces lamp housing
temperature by 25% and lens temperature by 17%. With
special air channels built into the aluminum extrusion, a
constant stream of air passes around the Fresnel lens and
into the lamphead regardless of the tilt angle.
When fitted with a 2000 watt bulb (available separately) this fixture will provide a 4.6' (1.4 m) diameter beam of 470 fc from a distance of 19.8' (6 m) at full spot. At full flood (same distance) it will provide a fc beam 22.8' (6.9 m) in diameter.
Pressure die cast and extruded aluminum components result in reduction of the weight of T series fixtures without any sacrifice in quality or durability
Many components now offer greater strength and resistance to corrosion
Stirrup mounting slides and can be adjusted to counterbalance all accessories
Extruded aluminum is stronger, lighter and less bulky but still permits full fixture rotation
Soft contour makes it comfortable to carry
The stainless steel friction disc locks the lamphead securely even with the largest Chimera or other accessories
Routine maintenance and repair are easier with fast, simple
access to all internal components
Cleaning is made
effortless with smooth lamp housing surfaces
Meets IP23 standard -- suitable for indoor use or outdoor use providing a degree of protection against falling rain (up to a 60° angle from vertical)
CE declaration and independently assessed TUV certification
The laser cut hexagonal safety mesh maximizes light transmission and is
tough enough to withstand location abuse