Mole-Richardson 200W Varimole LED

Mole-Richardson 200W Varimole LED

Mole-Richardson 200W Varimole LED

B&H # MO9171 MFR # 9171
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Product Highlights

  • Color Temperature Variable 2700 to 5600K
  • Comparable Output to 650W Fresnel
  • Borosilicate Glass Fresnel Lens
  • CRI 93 to 95, Flicker Free
  • 100 to 0% Local Dimming
  • Aluminum Alloy and Steel Construction
  • 25' Head Cable Included
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Mole-Richardson Vari-mole overview

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With a variable color temperature output comparable to a 650W Tweenie, the Mole Richardson 200W Varimole LED provides you with similar lighting possibilities as a traditional Tweenie using LED technology. It features a 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 93 daylight and 95 tungsten the light can be dimmed from 100% brightness down to 0% without flicker and with only minimal color shift.

The fixture allows local (manual) dimming and includes a Fresnel with a 60° beam spread. 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 detachable power cable.

The fixture is similar to other Mole Richardson Tweenie-style fixtures, enabling you to use it in the same manner that you would use an incandescent Tweenie, 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.
Although the fixture does not include barndoors or other accessories, it is capable of using accessories designed for a Mole Richardson TweenieLED or 650W Tweenie II Solarspot.
In the Box
Mole-Richardson 200W Varimole LED
  • Detachable Power Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Mole-Richardson Vari-mole specs

    Light Fixture
    Beam Angle Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Color Temperature 2700 to 5600K
    Color Accuracy Standard CRI 93
    Cooling System None
    Dimming Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Display None
    Housing Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Lumens Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Photometrics Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Fixture Dimensions 11.0 x 28.0 x 13.0" / 29.5 x 22.2 x 32.8 cm
    Fixture Weight 6 lb / 2.7 kg
    8 lb / 3.6 kg (Including Cable)
    Connectors
    Battery Plate Not Specified by Manufacturer
    DMX Connector Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Lens
    Material Borosilicate Glass
    Lens Type Fresnel
    Mounting
    Yoke Mount TVMP/ Hex Bolt
    Fixture Mount 1-1/8" Stud
    Accessory Mount None
    Yoke
    Yoke Material Aluminum
    Power
    AC Input Power 90 to 250 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 2 A
    DC Input Power Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Power Source AC
    Max Power Consumption 100 W
    Fuse 3 A / Slow-Blow
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    Cable Length 20' / 6 m
    Cable Type Unspecified to NEMA 5-15
    Physical
    Certifications RoHS, UL, as per Manufacturer
    IP Rating IP20
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 13.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.1 x 12.5 x 12.3"

    Mole-Richardson Vari-mole reviews

    200W Varimole LED is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommended I've been lighting with Mole Tungsten for years and keep seeing LEDs show up on set. I test every one I come across but I'm usually very disappointed. After trying the first gen Mole LED single temp and finding them much better, I bought a couple of these 200W Varimole LEDs as a test. I've immediately invested in 400W and 900W lights because these 200W Varimoles are by far the best LEDs I've worked with to date. Color temp runs from 2400-6000K (their spec says 2700-5600K). Brightness is equal to a tweenie (650W). The beam on these is not focusable but it casts a sharp cutable beam. One of the big differences between the Mole and other brands is the build quality. Every other LED I've see looks and feels like a toy or at least not a professional tool. Except Aadyntech which are monsters (but credit due for being early useable LEDs on set and location). The Moles are build very similar to Mole tungsten with heavy duty yokes, cords, switches etc. These are built to be used every day and last. I'm included some pics because Mole doesn't do a good job of showing off these lights. Full disclosure on my bias, I dislike the quality of panel lights and Kino type lights.
    Date published: 2016-07-14
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