This is a tungsten-balanced Mole-Richardson JuniorLED 200W 8" Fresnel . Fresnels have been a staple in Hollywood since 1936 and little has changed except the use of better materials with more precise construction techniques. While there wasn't a problem with the Fresnel's quality of light, heat and electrical draw was another story.
Apart from the black powder-coated finish, the JuniorLED head looks and performs the same as a legacy light allowing you to swap a standard light for a JuniorLED or mix them. In fact, there's a retro-fit kit available to convert your old style light to an LED.
On-board dimming means you'll probably be restricting your scrimming to half-scrims, saving you a lot of ladder climbing. The JuniorLED has a low maximum draw as compared to the legacy lamp effecting up to an 80% reduction in energy consumption. This means that you can run double the amount of LEDs as legacy lights without raising the temperature. Cooler operation also means less air-conditioning running costs in the studio. Let's also consider the cost and downtime of re-lamping. LEDs last about 50,000 hours and are virtually maintenance-free. The 90-250 VAC JuniorLED has a 8" lens, passive cooling and aluminum alloy and steel construction. It has 13-degree to 54-degree spot to flood variation and a yoke with a 1/1/8" pin for standard Junior stands and accessories. The JuniorLED is supplied with a 25' cable and a NEMA 5-15 Edison (US) plug.
620 fc/6674 lux at 5.0' (1.5 m) with 3.4' (1.0 m) beam diameter
160 fc/1722 lux at 10' (3.0 m) with 6.8' (2.1 m) beam diameter
70 fc/754 lux at 15' (4.6 m) with 10.3' (3.1 m) beam diameter
1800 fc/19,375 lux at 5.0' (1.5 m) with 1.1' (0.3 m) beam diameter
450 fc/4844 lux at 10' (3.0 m) with 2.3' (0.7 m) beam diameter
200 fc/2153 lux at 15' (4.6 m) with 3.4' (1.0 m) beam diameter