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This Prime Location Tungsten LED Light with V-Lock Battery Mount from Lowel is a durable IP65-rated LED light that is able to run off of both AC and DC battery power. This version comes with a custom V-Lock battery plate which can be swapped out for other battery options. On location light quality is excellent with a CRI of >93 and a color temperature of 3,300K, ensuring it will blend with other lights or ambient sources. The Prime Location LED also features a 47° beam angle and has a max output of 334 fc at a distance of 3'.
This light features 5800-6000 lumens in LED power while only drawing 82W of power. Also, it features fan-less operation and PowerCON bridging for powering multiple units. The Prime Location comes with a gel frame, the V-Lock battery plate, a safety cable, a 5/8" female stand fitting, and a 16' switched AC cable for working with a 90-240 VAC power source.
Manual dimming capability with no color shift
IP65 ingress protection rating ensures performance outdoors and on location with protection against dust or water entering the fixture
Can run on either Anton Bauer Gold or V-Lock mount batteries
In the Box
Lowel Prime Location Tungsten LED Light with V-Lock Battery Mount
V-Lock Battery Plate
5/8" Female Stand Fitting
16' Switched Power Cable
Limited 2-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Color Rendering Index
Ingress Protection Rating
At 3' (0.9 m): 334 fc (3595 lux) At 6' (1.8 m): 88 fc (947 lux) At 9' (2.7 m): 41 fc (441 lux) At 12' (3.6 m): 24 fc (258 lux)
16' (4.9 m) switched AC cable
5/8" (16 mm) stand fitting
16.00 x 12.25 x 4.75" (40.6 x 31.0 x 12.0 cm) With Stand Fitting: 16.00 x 16.25 x 4.75" (40.6 x 41.3 x 12.0 cm)
10.5 lb (4.8 kg)
Lowel Prime Location Tungsten LED Light with V-Lock Battery Mount Review