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The Zaila Daylight LED Fixture from Nila draws 40 watts, yet it is as powerful as a 200W HMI. Featuring instant-on operation. There is no waiting for the light to come up to temperature or brightness before using, and the built-in dimmer provides 0-100% adjustment with consistent color reproduction throughout the dimming range.
The fixture supports wired and wireless DMX control for remote dimming (DMX control panel not included), and it can be dimmed locally from the back of the unit. The fixture is flicker-free up to 5000 fps at any dimming setting, and the long-life LEDs are rated for a lifespan of up to 60,000 hours. This versatile light also sports a robust aluminum alloy housing with an anodized finish and a built-in chimera mount.
Daylight-balanced 40W LED fixture
Built-in dimmer supports 0-100% adjustment and maintains stable color reproduction throughout the entire dimming range
Instant-on and flicker-free output throughout the entire dimming range for up to 5000 fps
Flicker free at any frame rate when at 100% brightness
Emits no UV or IR light
Wireless or wired DMX control is possible
Supports 100 to 240 VAC input for use worldwide
10 to 18 VDC power input via 4-pin XLR connector
Long-life LEDs are rated for an approximate 60,000 hour lifespan
Included yoke offers friction tilt control for positioning
Please note that the yoke features a baby pin receiver for mounting to a stand
Durable machined aluminum alloy housing with an anodized finish
Made in the USA
ETL and CE compliant
Power Factor Corrected
It is power factor corrected, which means that it incorporates technology to make it more power efficient, ensuring that its actual power usage is closer to its rated power draw than if it was non-power factor corrected.