HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED 2-Light Kit with Hard Rolling Case & Custom Foam

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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED 2-Light Kit with Hard Rolling Case & Custom Foam
Key Features
  • 2 x Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED Lights
  • 2 x Superspot Reflectors
  • 2 x Universal Power Supplies
  • 2 x Four-Leaf Barndoors
The Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED 2-Light Kit with Hard Rolling Case & Custom Foam from Hive Lighting was put together for image makers who require a compact, lightweight solution backed by color, power, and light intensity options for shooting on location. The kit contains two Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED lights, each with an adjustable yoke, a Superspot reflector, barndoor set, multi-voltage power supply, and a light stand. Hive also includes a hard rolling case with a custom foam interior for storage and transport.
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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Overview

The Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED 2-Light Kit with Hard Rolling Case & Custom Foam from Hive Lighting was put together for image makers who require a compact, lightweight solution backed by color, power, and light intensity options for shooting on location. The kit contains two Hornet 200-C PAR Spot LED lights, each with an adjustable yoke, a Superspot reflector, barndoor set, multi-voltage power supply, and a light stand. Hive also includes a hard rolling case with a custom foam interior for storage and transport.

HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle22°
Color Temperature1650 to 8000K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 98
TLCI 97
Cooling SystemNone
DimmingYes, 0 to 100% (Continuous)
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialAluminum
Photometrics22°:
1100 fc / 11,836 Lux at 5' / 1.5 m
275 fc / 2959 Lux at 10' / 3 m
Fixture Dimensions4.0 x 9.0" / 10.2 x 22.9 cm
Fixture Weight2.6 lb / 1.18 kg
Connectors
Power Input Connector4-Pin XLR
DMX Connector5-Pin XLR
Mounting
Fixture MountNone
Accessory MountNone
Yoke
Yoke MaterialAluminum
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX, Wi-Fi
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power36 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption150 W
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight60.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)32.5 x 24 x 19"
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