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Arri Fly Track 636 Studio Rail Kit

B&H # ARS0TK636 MFR # S0.TK636
Arri Fly Track 636 Studio Rail Kit

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  • For 12 x 21' (3.65 x 6.4 m) Studio Area
  • 5- Rails
  • 6- Pantographs
  • Each Pantograph Supports 48 lb (21.8 kg)

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The ARRI Fly Track 636 Studio Rail Kit is a modular lighting suspension solution for a 12 x 21' (3.65 x 6.4 m) studio area. It includes two 19.7' (6.0 m) long fixed ceiling mounted rails and three 9.8' (3.0 m) long moving rails to suspend six lighting fixtures with X-FLY 20 friction pantographs that have an extended length of 6.5' (2.0 m).

The system is designed for an easy and precise horizontal and vertical positioning of each fixture and can be expanded to meet your future needs. Each pantograph is designed to suspend loads of up to 48 lb (21.8 kg). An additional spring to counter balance the weight is recommended for loads over 10 lb (4.53 kg).

For complete specs on the items included in this kit please click on the links below:

9.8' Long T6 Fixed Rail
Aluminum Rail - 19.7' Long
Rail End Stop with Holder
Flat Installation Bracket with Clamps
Double Carriage with Wheels
Double Carriage with Brake
Carriage With 5/8" Spigot
Carriage For One Power Cable (Kit of 5)
X-Fly 20 Friction Pantograph - 6.5'

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