Dracast Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color LED Light

BH #DRDRLF2000B • MFR #DR-LF2000B
Dracast
Dracast Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color LED Light
Key Features
  • 7" Fresnel Lens
  • 15-60 Degree Adjustable Beam Angle
  • Variable Color: 3200-5600K
  • CRI: > 90
The Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color LED Light from Dracast is packed with the latest LED technology backed with solid construction, intuitive design and a wide 15-60-degree range of beam adjustment. Instead of using filters, the Fresnel 2000 can vary the color balance from 3200-5600K or anywhere in between with the turn of a knob. Dimming from 10-100% is equally straightforward and both adjustments can be done locally on the unit or remotely via DMX.
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Dracast Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color Overview

The Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color LED Light from Dracast is packed with the latest LED technology backed with solid construction, intuitive design and a wide 15-60-degree range of beam adjustment. Instead of using filters, the Fresnel 2000 can vary the color balance from 3200-5600K or anywhere in between with the turn of a knob. Dimming from 10-100% is equally straightforward and both adjustments can be done locally on the unit or remotely via DMX.

The Fresnel 2000 outputs the equivalent of a 2000W tungsten halogen Fresnel while running cool to the touch and consuming a fraction of the power, resulting in lower HVAC running costs in the studio and a quick return on your investment. The light ships with a 100-240 VAC power adapter for worldwide use and, with an optional adapter, it also runs on 24 VDC in locations where mains power is unavailable. The Fresnel 2000 comes with a 5/8" receiver for hanging or stand mounting.

UPC: 683405283553

Dracast Fresnel 2000 Bi-Color Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle15 to 60°
Color Temperature3200 to 5600K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 90
Cooling SystemNone
DimmingYes, 0 to 100%
DisplayNone
Housing MaterialAluminum
Lumens17,000
Photometrics15°:
529.5 fc / 5700 Lux at 5.91' / 1.8 m
15°:
223 fc / 2400 Lux at 12.14' / 3.7 m
15°:
55.7 fc / 600 Lux at 17.72' / 5.4 m
60°:
223 fc / 2400 Lux at 5.91' / 1.8 m
60°:
54.8 fc / 590 Lux at 12.14' / 3.7 m
60°:
24.2 fc / 260 Lux at 17.72' / 5.4 m
Fixture Dimensions20.4 x 18.9 x 13.0" / 51.8 x 48.0 x 33.0 cm (Including Yoke & Barndoors)
Fixture Weight26.45 lb / 12 kg (Including Yoke, Barndoors)
Connectors
DMX Connector3-Pin XLR
Lens
Lens Diameter7" / 17.8 cm
Lens TypeFresnel
Mounting
Yoke MountTVMP/ Hex Bolt
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Accessory MountNone
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power24 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption200 W
Physical
IP RatingIP21
Packaging Info
Package Weight27 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16 x 14 x 6"
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