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Dracast Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light

BH #DRDRLF2000D • MFR #DR-LF2000D
Dracast Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light
Key Features
  • 7" Fresnel Lens
  • 20-60 Degree Adjustable Beam Angle
  • Daylight Balance: 5,600K
  • CRI: > 90
The Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light from Dracast is packed with the latest LED technology backed with solid construction, intuitive design and a wide 20-60 degree range of beam adjustment. The daylight balanced light has a Kelvin temperature or 5,600 for work outdoors or to match other light sources such as HMIs. Dimming from 10-100% is easily done locally on the unit or remotely via DMX.
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Would it be possible to attach a beauty dish to this for portrait work?
Asked by: James J.
Unfortunately, there are no connections that would allow a beauty dish to be connected to this fixture.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What are the real world footcandle readings for this light at 5', 10' and 15' in spot mode?
Asked by: James
At 15: 7,500 lux @ 6.0' (1.8 m) Fc 696.7728 1,800 lux @ 12' (3.6 m) Fc 167.225472790 lux @ 18' (5.5 m) Fc 73.3934016
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Replacement bulbs, how to purchase?
Asked by: Josh W.
The Dracast Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light does not use replaceable bulbs; it uses an LED light array, which is not user-replaceable. If there is an issue with the light fixture or the LED light array becomes inoperable, you would have to send the unit back to Dracast for repair/replacement.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is the hmi equivalent of this?
Asked by: Peter D.
It has the equivalent approximately of a 400w HMI light.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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We currently use a set of 28 HMI's for a duration of 15 hrs for a photo production that runs year round. Is this equipment durable enough to be in such an environment?
Asked by: Summer R.
Yes, Dracast are built very well and LED lights can be used continuous for that time frame.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Why is there no on/off switch?

Why is there no on/off switch?
Asked by: Mitch
Dracast says that it intended for the dimmer dial on the Dracast Fresnel 2000 Daylight LED Light to control the power. By dialing it down to "0" yu are effectively turning the light off.
Answered by: byron
Date published: 2020-06-09

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My unit has a high pitch whistle sound that can be heard when turned on. Is this normal? I know older HMI's have silent modes but I I can't get an answer from Dracast on this, they are giving me the silent treatment.
Asked by: Garrett
How weight is it ?
Answered by: Yu
Date published: 2018-12-26

question

Can you power this from a 24 volt battery if so what is the input connection?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. There is a 24-volt input on the right side of the unit. I don't know what the connector is called, though. It's circle-shaped, and the outside of it is threaded. The inside is a half inch in diameter (I measured), and has two pins. It looks rather like a male XLR connector (so in other words your cable would have to be female), except that there are only two pins instead of the standard 3. There is a nub in the top of the inside of the circle to prevent a cable being inserted upside-down (one of the pins has positive polarity and the other has negative). I'm sorry I don't know what this connector is called, but if you want to contact me directly I can probably email you a picture of it if that would help.
Answered by: Matthew S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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