Mole-Richardson 1600W Tener LED (Daylight)

BH #MO9371 • MFR #9371
Mole-Richardson
Mole-Richardson 1600W Tener LED (Daylight)
Key Features
  • Color Temperature 5600K
  • Comparable Output to 2500W HMI Solarspot
  • 14" Borosilicate Glass Fresnel Lens
  • CRI 90, Flicker Free
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With a daylight-balanced output comparable to a 2500W HMI Baby Solarspot, the Mole Richardson 1600W Tener LED provides you with similar lighting possibilities as a traditional Baby Tener using LED technology. It features a 14" diameter borosilicate glass Fresnel lens, and a hybrid passive/fan-forced-air cooling design to handle any heat from the LEDs. With a CRI rating of 90, the daylight-like output provides a good reproduction of sunlight, and it can be dimmed from 100% brightness down to 0% without flicker and with only minimal color shift.
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Mole-Richardson Tener LED Daylight Overview

With a daylight-balanced output comparable to a 2500W HMI Baby Solarspot, the Mole Richardson 1600W Tener LED provides you with similar lighting possibilities as a traditional Baby Tener using LED technology. It features a 14" diameter borosilicate glass Fresnel lens, and a hybrid passive/fan-forced-air cooling design to handle any heat from the LEDs. With a CRI rating of 90, the daylight-like output provides a good reproduction of sunlight, and it can be dimmed from 100% brightness down to 0% without flicker and with only minimal color shift.

The fixture allows both local (manual) and remote dimming via DMX 512 protocol. Front and rear focus knobs allow you to vary the spot/flood beam pattern from 10 to 55°. The aluminum and steel chassis is powder coated to add corrosion resistance and the fixture is built to withstand the daily production grind. Included with the fixture is a 25' long head cable that connects the ballast to the head. Additional lengths of cable are available and the light has been tested to function with up to 100' of cable between the fixture and the ballast.

The fixture is similar to other Mole Richardson fixtures with 14" Fresnel lenses, enabling you to use it in the same manner that you would use an incandescent 10,000-watt fixture, without generating the same heat or drawing nearly as much power.
Local dimming control allows you to adjust the brightness of the fixture from the fixture itself, without introducing flicker at standard frame rates.
DMX 512 is the remote control protocol that the fixture supports, allowing you to adjust the brightness level of the light from a DMX 512 compatible panel (panel not included).
The power switch is incorporated into the ballast and not the light fixture itself. The ballast also incorporates a 20-amp breaker.
Although the fixture does not include barndoors or other accessories, it is capable of using accessories designed for a Mole Richardson 10,000-Watt Baby Tener.

Mole-Richardson Tener LED Daylight Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle10 to 55°
Color Temperature5600K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 90
Cooling SystemNone
DisplayNone
Fixture Dimensions24.0 x 23.0 x 33.0" / 61.8 x 59.0 x 83.6 cm
Fixture Weight70.11 lb / 31.8 kg
Connectors
DMX Connector5-Pin XLR
Lens
Lens Diameter14" / 35.6 cm
Lens MaterialBorosilicate Glass
Lens TypeFresnel
Mounting
Yoke MountTVMP/ Hex Bolt
Fixture Mount1-1/8" Stud
Accessory MountNone
Yoke
Yoke MaterialAluminum
Power
AC Input Power90 to 250 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 14.5 A
DC Input Power60 VDC at 30 A
Power SourceAC Adapter
Max Power Consumption1600 W
Fuse15 A / Slow-Blow
Cable
Cable Length25' / 7.6 m
Physical
CertificationsRoHS, UL, as per Manufacturer
IP RatingIP30
Packaging Info
Package Weight132.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)48 x 34 x 32.4"
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