CAME-TV Boltzen Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT LED Light (4')

BH #CA4FTR • MFR #4FT-R
CAME-TV Boltzen Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT LED Light (4')
Key Features
  • Variable Color Temperature 2000 to 9999K
  • Dimmable, Wireless LED Commander
  • AC Power or Optional Sony Battery
  • Removable Barndoors
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With a form factor that begs to be hidden or squeezed into tight spaces, the 4' Boltzen Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT LED Light from CAME-TV each Boltzen Andromeda tube is a 4' long x 1" diameter fixture with color that's variable from daylight to tungsten balance or anywhere in between. It also has an RGB mode that allows you to make selections from a 360-degree color wheel for a myriad of custom colors. The fixture comes in three parts: the LED tube with removable two-way barndoors, the controller, and the AC adapter. Adjustments to color temperature, RGB color selection, and light intensity are made via the controller. In multi-light setups, each complete tube fixture can be separated from its optional four-light bracket and its barndoors to hide it in cars, boats, and other constrained spaces for subtle, nuanced lighting. There are 1/4"-20 female threads on one end and on the back to attach the tube to mounting accessories. The Andromeda runs on AC power, thanks to its adapter but the controller's battery plate also allows it to be powered by Sony NP-F-type batteries. Two optional NP-F970 batteries, for instance, will give you about two hours run time.
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CAME-TV Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT Overview

With a form factor that begs to be hidden or squeezed into tight spaces, the 4' Boltzen Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT LED Light from CAME-TV each Boltzen Andromeda tube is a 4' long x 1" diameter fixture with color that's variable from daylight to tungsten balance or anywhere in between. It also has an RGB mode that allows you to make selections from a 360-degree color wheel for a myriad of custom colors. The fixture comes in three parts: the LED tube with removable two-way barndoors, the controller, and the AC adapter. Adjustments to color temperature, RGB color selection, and light intensity are made via the controller. In multi-light setups, each complete tube fixture can be separated from its optional four-light bracket and its barndoors to hide it in cars, boats, and other constrained spaces for subtle, nuanced lighting. There are 1/4"-20 female threads on one end and on the back to attach the tube to mounting accessories. The Andromeda runs on AC power, thanks to its adapter but the controller's battery plate also allows it to be powered by Sony NP-F-type batteries. Two optional NP-F970 batteries, for instance, will give you about two hours run time.

UPC: 614993190268

CAME-TV Andromeda Slim Tube RGBDT Specs

Light Fixture
Color Temperature2000 to 9999K
DimmingYes, Continuous
DisplayLCD
Fixture Dimensions1.0 x 48.0" / 2.5 x 121.9 cm
Connectors
Battery Plate2 x Sony L-Series (NP-F)
Mounting
Fixture Mount1/4"-20 Female
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeWi-Fi, Wired Remote, Proprietary Wireless
Power
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption40 W
Power Supply Dimensions4.5 x 2.1 x 1.2" / 11.5 x 5.3 x 3.1 cm
Power Supply Weight1.10 lb / 0.5 kg
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.22 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)49 x 5.75 x 2.75"
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