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ARRI SkyPanel S30-RP Daylight LED Remote Phosphor Softlight (Blue/Silver, Edison)

BH #ARS30RPM3M56 • MFR #L0.0007723
ARRI SkyPanel S30-RP Daylight LED Remote Phosphor Softlight (Blue/Silver, Edison)
Key Features
  • Manual Yoke
  • Panel Surface Area: 14 x 11.8"
  • 110° Beam Spread
  • 5,600K Remote Phosphor Panel
ARRI continues to broaden their LED line and reaffirm their commitment to accurate color rendering with the introduction of the blue/silver SkyPanel S30-RP Daylight LED Remote Phosphor Softlight. Supported by a manual aluminum yoke, the panel's surface area measures 14 x 11.8", making it an ideal portable, on-the-go light source for mobile applications. Output is controlled via interchangeable phosphor panels to achieve a specific Kelvin temperature instead of adding phosphors to blue LEDs. The powerful native LEDs then excite the phosphor panel that's mounted like a filter in front of the fixture. This method not only uses less electronics resulting in a lower price point, but delivers a color rendition that approaches current definitions of "perfection" and is 10% brighter than its color tuneable S30-C counterpart, which has an output equivalent to a 1,000W tungsten softlight. Both versions of the light draw only 240W.
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question

What batteries are you using on the Arri sky panel s30? And what volt are your batteries?
Asked by: athena l.
According to the user manual included with the ARRI SkyPanel Battery Adapter Plate, you may use an Anton/Bauer or V-mount battery that has a voltage of 14.4V, with a minimum of 100 Wh. 210 W is nominal, while 240 W is the maximum recommended for usage with the ARRI Anton Bauer Battery Plate for Skypanel S30 and S60 LED Soft Lights, B&H # ARBPABSP, or the ARRI V-Mount Battery Plate for Skypanel S30 and S60 LED Soft Lights, B&H # ARBPVMSP. Always use two batteries of the same type, age, and state of charge.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can someone please recommend a dmx control board to use these in a small studio? I want to be able to change the color to chroma green with out manually adjusting each one.
Asked by: Chandler
A DMX board which can be used with this Arri fixture in a small studio environment is the ikan IDX-1204 12 Channel DMX Console B&H # IKIDX1204. Please see the image below for reference.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does this lamp come with any form of case?
Asked by: Brandon S.
While this unit does not include a case, one such case you could use for transport would be the Pelican 1640, B&H # PE1640FB. Please see the image below for reference.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Does it include a tripod as a stand?

Does it include a tripod as a stand?
Asked by: Lightning
No, this does not include the stand.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-24

Does it include the ballast or PSU?

Does it include the ballast or PSU?
Asked by: Danny
Yes, all Arri skypanels come with the following included with purchase. ARRI SkyPanel S30-C LED Softlight (Blue/Silver, Edison) Standard Diffusion Panel Power Supply Unit Power Supply Unit Rail Mount Limited 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-07-30

question

Has anyone done a flight with the light?
Asked by: Jon V.
No, we always send ours (we have 2 30's in a hard case) with ground teams or ship them FedEx ground. Our case with both units is about 65lbs.
Answered by: READ R.
Date published: 2020-12-02

question

Which mount of this SkyPanel should I buy if I want to attach a center mount yoke? Is a center mount yoke the best way to have the SkyPanel stand vertical on the floor? What is the best mount to have the lamp stand vertical on the floor?
Asked by: Ames
Not much reason to spin it vertical as its basically square
Answered by: Tim
Date published: 2023-05-13
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