Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 200 Studio Light

BH #DORS5620 • MFR #RS-5620
Dot Line
Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 200 Studio Light
Key Features
  • 1,600W Incandescent Equivalent
  • Draws 200W
  • 5,200K Daylight Balance
  • 8" Reflector
The RPS Studio CooLED 200 Studio Light from Dot Line uses a single LED to produce the equivalent of approximately 1,600W of incandescent light The light output is adjustable in half stop increments while the color temperature stays a constant daylight-balanced 5,200K. This LED is rated for 50,000 hours of use; that's equal to running at full power for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for over 25 years. The fixture has an inline switch in its 9.8' power cord and comes with an 8" reflector with a Bowens type-S mount. A full line of light modifiers are available, such as umbrellas and "shower cap" diffusers. The CooLED 200 mounts to any standard 5/8" light stand stud.
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Dot Line CooLED 200 Overview

The RPS Studio CooLED 200 Studio Light from Dot Line uses a single LED to produce the equivalent of approximately 1,600W of incandescent light The light output is adjustable in half stop increments while the color temperature stays a constant daylight-balanced 5,200K. This LED is rated for 50,000 hours of use; that's equal to running at full power for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for over 25 years. The fixture has an inline switch in its 9.8' power cord and comes with an 8" reflector with a Bowens type-S mount. A full line of light modifiers are available, such as umbrellas and "shower cap" diffusers. The CooLED 200 mounts to any standard 5/8" light stand stud.

Dot Line CooLED 200 Specs

Light Fixture
Color Temperature5200K
Cooling SystemNone
DimmingYes, Stepped
DisplayNone
Lumens16,000
Fixture Weight8.8 lb / 4.0 kg
Lens
Lens Diameter8" / 20.3 cm
Mounting
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Accessory MountNone
Power
AC Input Power100 to 230 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power SourceAC Adapter
Max Power Consumption200 W
Cable
Cable Length9.8' / 3 m
Inline SwitchYes
Physical
IP RatingIP20
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.9 x 11.9 x 11"
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question

Where do I go for repair? I have one that is just out of warranty and will not turn on.
Asked by: Bruce J.
It may not hurt to contact Dot Line directly in regards repair for the unit even though it is out of warranty. Please see the following link to their contact info: http://bit.ly/1PvToDO
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Has anyone tried this with a 60 umbrella/modifier/octabox?
Asked by: samuel p.
The Dot Line RPS Studio CooLED 200 Studio light is one of the brightest LED lights. It is a single light source. Meaning unlike a lite panel that comprises of many LED this is just one large led light and this one has the equivalent of a 1600 watt hot light.With a 60 inch umbrella it is very good but note, that in general LED lights have the shortest fall off. So if you are bouncing in to an umbrella you are increasing the distance so it will produce less light say a hot light.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can I use this with a Soft Lighter if the fan base is on the exterior side of the modifier?
Asked by: samuel p.
Not sure what you mean by Soft Lighter. But, I use this light with a Westcott soft box with a Bowens adapter ring. I have three of these lights as well as three Westcott studio strobes. Depending on the lighting needs, still or video, I switch out the LEDs and Stobes because of the compatible Bowens adapter rings on the soft boxes. I like the color temperature of the RPS because it is similar to the Westcott strobes. Makes editing much easier. I did a lot of research on LEDs and the RPS brand was the best I could find at an affordable price. Great product. Good luck.
Answered by: Charles A.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is it compatible with european power supply? Is it flicker free? How loud is the fan?
Asked by: peter e.
Hi Peter,I'm not sure about the european power, you should see if they could send you that. It is flicker free, however, the fan is rather loud. On several occasions I had sound guys complain to me about the noise. Its fine if you are placing it far away or in the other room, however, it will be too loud to be a few metres away from the mic. The fan is more quite when you dim the light.
Answered by: Stanislav R.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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