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BB&S Lighting Area 48 Studio LED Fixture for Remote Phosphor Panels (AC)

BH #BBS2038K • MFR #BBS-2038K
BB&S Lighting Area 48 Studio LED Fixture for Remote Phosphor Panels (AC)
Key Features
  • Optional Chroma Green, 2700K Panels
  • Optional 3200K, 4300K, 5600K, 6500K
  • Optional 10,000K, Includes Chroma Blue
  • 48V Power Supply 0-100% 8/16-Bit Dimming
Designed to render the most accurate color possible, the Area 48 Studio LED Fixture for Remote Phosphor Panels from BB&S is a unique LED light source that separates the phosphor, which is normally integrated into the LED, from the Area 48's array. Instead, a phosphor panel with the desired color temperature is inserted into the light's accessory channel. The benefit is a higher degree of color accuracy than that of phosphor-incorporated lights as exhibited by the Area 48's well as a very high TLCI rating of 98 for all but the chroma panels. This version of the light ships with a chroma blue panel but there are also optional 2700K, 3200K, 4300K, 5600K, and 6500K panels as well as chroma green. The Area 48 also has a strobing mode for visual effects.
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BB&S Lighting Area 48 Overview

Designed to render the most accurate color possible, the Area 48 Studio LED Fixture for Remote Phosphor Panels from BB&S is a unique LED light source that separates the phosphor, which is normally integrated into the LED, from the Area 48's array. Instead, a phosphor panel with the desired color temperature is inserted into the light's accessory channel. The benefit is a higher degree of color accuracy than that of phosphor-incorporated lights as exhibited by the Area 48's well as a very high TLCI rating of 98 for all but the chroma panels. This version of the light ships with a chroma blue panel but there are also optional 2700K, 3200K, 4300K, 5600K, and 6500K panels as well as chroma green. The Area 48 also has a strobing mode for visual effects.

Built with the professional user in in the studio in mind (hence the name), the Area 48 Studio has a 48V power supply that accepts 100-240 VAC current and is more stable than the standard 10-20V version, allowing 0-100% dimming locally on the fixture, or remotely via 16-bit, 4-channel DMX. The light has a low-heat output that's equivalent to a 1200W tungsten flood light while consuming only 122W which translates to low operating costs and a fast return on investment.

Benefits
  • 1200W tungsten equivalent output
  • Detachable barndoors, yoke, and TVMP connector
  • 160W, 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 48 VDC power supply allows 0-100% dimming
  • Draws just 122W and weighs 10 pounds
  • Integrated DMX 512 control
  • Flicker-free, silent operation, no fans
  • 8-/16-bit dimming plus strobe built into software
  • Optional Remote Phosphor media is available in Chroma Green, 2700K, 3200K, 4300K, 5600K, 6500K, Chroma Blue, and 10,000K
  • UPC: 780742992435

    BB&S Lighting Area 48 Specs

    Light Fixture
    Photometrics160° at 5600K
    334 fc / 3600 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m*
    36 fc / 387 Lux at 10' / 3.05 m
    160° at 3200K
    316 fc / 3405 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m*
    34 fc / 366 Lux at 10' / 3.05 m

    *Standardized Measurement Calculated Internally Based on Closest Distance
    Color Temperature2700K
    3200K
    4300K
    5600K
    6500K
    10,000K
    Color Accuracy StandardTLCI 98 at 2700K
    TLCI 98 at 3200K
    TLCI 98 at 4300K
    TLCI 98 at 5600K
    TLCI 98 at 6500K
    Cooling SystemPassive
    Number of LEDs48
    Expected Lamp Life50,000 Hours
    Max DMX Control Channels4
    AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    DC Input Power 48 VDC
    Power Consumption122 W Maximum
    Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    DisplayNone
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight13.26 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17 x 15.6 x 8.8"

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