VELVETlight 5Light-Studio Bi-Color LED Fixture

BH #VE5LAC10000K • MFR #5LAC-10000-SK
VELVETlight
VELVETlight 5Light-Studio Bi-Color LED Fixture
Key Features
  • 120 LEDs in 5 Articulated Strips
  • Beam Angle: 30 to 100 Degrees
  • Color Temperature Range: 2500 to 6500K
  • Green/Magenta Color Cast Correction
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Composed of 120 individual LEDs that are evenly arranged between five articulated strips, the 5Light-Studio Bi-Color LED Fixture from VELVETlight offers directional lighting in an adjustable form factor. By manually bending the strips into a concave or convex shape, you can change the beam angle between 30 and 100 degrees to find the ideal setting for each scene. Included barndoors and a softbox diffuser also help with shaping your light, which can be dimmed in 1/2 stop increments and is flicker-free at up to 3000 frames per second.
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VELVETlight 5Light-Studio Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Articulated Strips
  • 3Color Control
  • 4DMX Suport
  • 5Construction
  • 6Power
  • 7Included Accessories

Composed of 120 individual LEDs that are evenly arranged between five articulated strips, the 5Light-Studio Bi-Color LED Fixture from VELVETlight offers directional lighting in an adjustable form factor. By manually bending the strips into a concave or convex shape, you can change the beam angle between 30 and 100 degrees to find the ideal setting for each scene. Included barndoors and a softbox diffuser also help with shaping your light, which can be dimmed in 1/2 stop increments and is flicker-free at up to 3000 frames per second.

The 5Light-Studio offers a notably wide color temperature range from 2500 to 6500K plus green/magenta correction from quarter plus to quarter minus green, allowing you to easily match other light sources and avoid complex post-processing. A CRI rating of 90 promises a high degree of tonal fidelity across the entire color range, while the LEDs are rated to last for approximately 50,000 hours. Adjustments can be made on-board via buttons in the back panel or with an optional DMX board thanks to 5-pin XLR in and out ports. Made of anodized aluminum with a passive cooling system, the 5Light-Studio runs on 90 to 264 VAC power provided via a 6.6' powerCON cable.

Articulated Strips

The 5Light-Studio is composed of five strips with 120 LEDs total, which can be articulated to vary the beam angle between 30 and 100 degrees

Color Control

Wide color temperature range of 2500 to 6500K covers both daylight and tungsten, with the fixture also offering green/magenta correction from -1/4 to +1/4 green in 1/8 increments

DMX Suport

Works with optional DMX 512 controllers via 5-pin XLR in/out ports, offering 3 channels

Construction

Anodized aluminum housing with passive cooling, with LEDs lasting up to 50,000 hours

Power

Runs on 90-264 VAC universal power with provided 6.6' powerCON cable, features a maximum power draw of 123W

Included Accessories

Two barndoors for shaping light and softbox diffuser to help soften the output

VELVETlight 5Light-Studio Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle30 to 100°
Color Temperature2500 to 6500K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 90
Cooling SystemPassive
DimmingYes
Housing MaterialAluminum
Photometrics925 fc / 9953 lux at 3' / 0.91 m
120 fc / 1291.2 lux at 10' / 3.05 m
32 fc / 344.3 lux at 20' / 6.1 m
Number of LEDs120
Expected Lamp Life50000 Hours
Fixture Dimensions13.4 x 9.8 x 5.8" / 34.0 x 25.0 x 14.8 cm
Fixture Weight12.13 lb / 5.5 kg (Including Yoke)
Connectors
Battery PlateNone
Power Input ConnectorpowerCON
DMX Connector5-Pin XLR
Power Output ConnectorpowerCON
Mounting
Fixture MountM6 Female
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX
Number of DMX Channel Modes3
Power
AC Input Power90 to 264 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power SourceAC Adapter
Max Power Consumption123 W
Fuse2.5 A
Cable
Cable Length6.56' / 2 m
Physical
CertificationsCE, as per Manufacturer
IP RatingIP21
Operating Temperature-4 to 104°F / -20 to 40°C
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