HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Flood Omni-Color LED Light

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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Flood Omni-Color LED Light
Key Features
  • Flood Reflector, Wide Coverage
  • Omni-Color LEDs: 1650 to 8000K
  • 360° Hue, 0 to 100% Saturation
  • Wireless DMX Range: 500', Bluetooth: 50'
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The Hornet 200-C Flood Omni-Color LED Light from Hive is a versatile 2.6 lb LED light source that measures 9" in length and 4" in diameter, making it a great choice for tight spaces with minimal support requirements. The flood reflector is a good choice for all-around use. Other reflectors, a Leko spot, and a Fresnel attachment are available separately.
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HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Perfect S.H.O.T. Controls
  • 37-Color Chip
  • 4Bluetooth and Wireless DMX
  • 5Low Power Draw, Battery or AC Power
  • 6Small and Lightweight

The Hornet 200-C Flood Omni-Color LED Light from Hive is a versatile 2.6 lb LED light source that measures 9" in length and 4" in diameter, making it a great choice for tight spaces with minimal support requirements. The flood reflector is a good choice for all-around use. Other reflectors, a Leko spot, and a Fresnel attachment are available separately.

Control is the key word in the construction of the 200-C. Hive uses what they call Perfect S.H.O.T controls which is an umbrella term for complete control and adjustment of every aspect of light output. Part of the success of the system is due to the use of 7 LED-chip blending. Instead of the traditional 3 colors, Hive uses red, amber, lime, cyan, green, blue, and sapphire for nearly infinite color combinations with a high CRI/TLCI rating of 98 and 97. Color can be adjusted from a very warm amber 1650K to an icy blue 8000K. But control doesn't stop there. There's 360-degree hue adjustment around the color wheel as well as 0 to 100% saturation control. The 200-C can also be dimmed from 0 to 100%. While you can make all these adjustments manually, you can also make them remotely via your smartphone or onboard wired or wireless DMX. Thanks to its 100 to 240 VAC power supply, the 200-C is ready for worldwide use but it will also run on optional, identical 14.4V batteries in series using a HIVE Y-cable adapter, for situations where when mains power is unavailable.

Perfect S.H.O.T. Controls

The 200-C has 0 to 100% saturation adjustment, 360° hue control, output control from 0 to 100%, and color temperature control from 1650 to 8000K for nearly infinite combinations for precise color balance.

7-Color Chip

The 200-C uses red, amber, lime, cyan, blue, green, and sapphire LEDs instead of the traditional 3-color system to achieve a high CRI/TLCI of 98/97 to render colors faithfully with no output loss or color degradation.

Bluetooth and Wireless DMX

The 200-C has 128-channel onboard wireless DMX with a range of 500' and Bluetooth with a wireless range of 50'.

Low Power Draw, Battery or AC Power

The Wasp 200-C uses just 150W to produce light output comparable to a 650-1000W incandescent. Its 9" length and multiple mounting points allow for easy rigging to cameras, drones, practicals, stages, and sets. The 200-C can run off a battery or universal wall power.

Small and Lightweight

The 200-C is 9" long and weighs 2.6 lb.

HIVE LIGHTING Hornet 200-C Specs

Light Fixture
Color Temperature1650 to 8000K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 98
TLCI 97
Cooling SystemFan
DimmingYes, 0 to 100% (Continuous)
Housing MaterialAluminum
Photometrics22°:
1100 fc / 11,836 Lux at 4.92' / 1.5 m
22°:
274.9 fc / 2959 Lux at 9.84' / 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
Lens
Lens TypeFresnel
Mounting
Fixture MountNone
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeBluetooth, DMX, Wireless DMX
Number of DMX Channel Modes512
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 Weight8.465 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.3 x 10.8 x 10.4"
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Why would I get the 22 degree spot versions if i can get the spot to flood? Is there a disadvantage with the spot to flood version?
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