BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)

BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)

BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)

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BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)

BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)

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Product Highlights

  • 115W 5600K LED Light Source
  • Uses Standard Projection Lenses
  • CRI: 92
  • DMX & poweCON In/Out for Daisy Chaining
  • Full Range Flicker-Free Dimming
  • Virtually Silent Operation
  • 0-100% Dimming
  • Long-Life LED Emitters
  • Universal Power Supply: 100-240 VAC
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Color Temperature: 5600K (Daylight)

3200K (Tungsten)

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5600K (Daylight)
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BBS Lighting Force V+ overview

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The 5600K Force V+ LED Light Engine from BBS Lighting is a great way to upgrade your existing optics to a power saving, long life LED engine. Ideal for studios, theaters, concerts, exhibitions, display and public venues, the Force V+ boasts a high CRI of 92 for precise rendering of colors with 0-100% local or DMX dimming with no color shifting. The light also offers flicker-free performance at any frame rate or camera shutter angle. Mechanical attributes include cooling via a built-in heat sink and by a quiet Pulse Fan that's automatically triggered by heat when needed.

The Force V+ LED engine is designed to be used with the same standard ellipsoidal projection lens attachments that the more power-hungry tungsten ellipsoidal lights use. This allows you to switch to from tungsten to LED without buying new projection lenses and other light-shaping equipment.

Switching to LED brings a host of benefits that users have become used to expecting. Cool running thanks to the heat sink and thermo-activated fan not only results in extend lamp and gel filter life, but LEDs require less air-conditioning in the studio, ensuring a quick return on investment and the comfort of the talent. Also, the low power draw of LED lights allows you to daisy chain control and power of up to ten units via the light fixture's built-in 5-Pin DMX512 and powerCON inputs and outputs.

The Force V+ LED Engine has a built-in 120-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz power supply for worldwide use.

Benefits
  • Easily convert existing optics
  • Power-saving long LED life
  • Near-silent operation
  • Completely smooth full range dimming
  • True 8/16 bit flicker-free internal dimmer
  • Excellent shadow rendering
  • Crisp Gobo projection
  • Clean straight cut with shutters
  • High-speed strobe
  • Extended color gel life
  • Uses
  • Broadcast studios
  • Photo shoots
  • Film & video production
  • Theaters
  • Concerts
  • Museums
  • Churches
  • Science centers
  • Exhibitions
  • Trades
  • Fashion shows
  • Events
  • Venues
  • On location
  • Display lighting
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    BBS Lighting Force V+ LED Light Engine (5600K)
  • powerCON AC Power Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    BBS Lighting Force V+ specs

    Light Source 115 W LED Array Containing 100 Emitters
    Color Temperature 5600 K
    Color Rendering Index 92
    Light Output With Standard 19° Lens:
    63000 Lux / 5859 Fc @ 4' (1.2 m)
    9765 Lux / 908 Fc @ 10' (3 m)
    3629 Lux / 337 Fc @ 17'(5 m)
    1120 Lux / 104 Fc @ 30' (9 m)

    With Standard 50° Lens:
    8712 Lux / 810 Fc @ 4' (1.2 m)
    1350 Lux / 126 Fc @ 10' (3 m)
    502 Lux / 47 Fc @ 17' (5 m)
    155 Lux / 14 Fc @ 30' (9 m)
    Power Consumption 150 W (Max)
    1.2 A at 120 VAC / 0.6 A at 240 VAC
    Power Connectors 1 x powerCON Input
    1 x powerCON Output
    Control 1 x 5-Pin DMX 512 Input
    1 x 5-Pin DMX 512 Output
    Dimming 0-100% Locally or via DMX
    Mount Yoke Mount
    Dimensions Approximate length: 26.1" (663 mm)
    Approximate height: 12.6" (320 mm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer

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