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The silver Spectra Cyc 50 RGBA LED Wash Light from Altman is a 50W cyclorama/wall wash lighting fixture that features red, green, blue, and amber-colored Luxeon Rebel LEDs. The Spectra Cyc also utilizes an asymmetrical aluminum reflector to broadly and evenly disperse the light as well as an LED blending lens to reduce the effects of pixelization from direct view. The light also has pre-programmed modes for adjusting dimming from 0-100% as well as setting up a strobe mode.
Connecting the fixture to your setup is simple with male and female 5-pin XLR ports, these let you transfer data through a series of daisy-chained lights. There is also a powerCON AC out port for feed-through power for up to 30 connected lights. Other features of the Spectra Cyc 50 are push-button addressing and a universal built-in 100-240 VAC power supply. It comes with a 5' power cable and is made in the USA.
Max power draw of 50W
Designed for use on 8' centers maximum
DMX512 support with 8- and 16-bit setups allowing for control of each color as well as an additional fine tuning adjustment for each color when using a 16-bit control
Integrated carrying handle
In the Box
Altman Spectra Cyc 50 RGBA LED Wash Light (Silver)
5' Power Cable
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Luxeon Rebel LEDs
Red, green, blue, amber
50 W max
18-Gauge steel Aluminum TGIC polyester finish for electrostatic applications
1 x Male 5-pin XLR 1 x Female 5-pin XLR 1 x powerCON AC out for feed through (up to 30 Spectra Cyc units)
5' (1.5 m) powerCON in to standard connector
Optional steel yoke
Ingress Protection Rating
Temperature: -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Not specified by manufacturer
7 lb (3.2 kg)
Altman Spectra Cyc 50 RGBA LED Wash Light (Silver) Review