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GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel

BH #GVM560AS • MFR #GVM-560AS
GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel
Key Features
  • Measures 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6"
  • Variable Color Temperature: 2300-6800K
  • CRI/TLCI: 97
  • Beam Angle: 45-Degree
The 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel from GVM is a compact light source with a wide color range from a warm 2300 to a cool 6800K to meet any ambient light challenge, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The light's high CRI/TLCI rating of 97 is an indicator of accuracy in rendering color.
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GVM 560-AS Overview

The 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel from GVM is a compact light source with a wide color range from a warm 2300 to a cool 6800K to meet any ambient light challenge, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The light's high CRI/TLCI rating of 97 is an indicator of accuracy in rendering color.

The 560AS has a 45-degree medium beam spread that can be controlled with the light's four-way barndoors. Simply swing one or more of the barndoor's leaves into the path of the beam to light areas that you want to and keep light from areas that you don't want illuminated. The light is dimmable too, and while you can make adjustments locally on the fixture, you can also make them wirelessly via GVM's free smartphone app that's compatible with iOS and Android. The 560AS runs on 100 to 240 VAC using the included AC adapter, but it will also run on NP-F-type batteries when mains power is unavailable. The light comes with a diffusion filter to soften the bright LEDs, as well as a case for storage and transport.

GVM 560-AS Specs

Light Fixture
Color Temperature2300 to 6800K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 97
TLCI 97
Cooling SystemPassive
DimmingYes
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialAluminum
Number of LEDs560
Beam Angle45°
Fixture Dimensions10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" / 26.9 x 26.2 x 4.1 cm
Connectors
Battery Plate2 x Sony L-Series (NP-F)
Power Input ConnectionIEC
Mounting
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Yoke
Yoke MaterialAluminum
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeProprietary Wireless
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power12 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption30 W
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.1 x 11.8 x 3.9"
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can I use an np-f960f battery on this light?

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Date published: 2020-02-16

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Type A or type B AC connection to lamp head?
Asked by: Tom
It's a type B grounded 3 prong connection to the wall. The brick takes 100-240VAC 50-60HZ and outputs 15VDC @3A to a barrel connector on the lamp.
Answered by: Peter
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Asked by: robinson
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How well do this hold up with inclement weather ...

How well do this hold up with inclement weather if used outside in the freezing cold or in the rain?
Asked by: Chuck
I contacted GVM regarding your inquiry. The GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED 2-Panel Kit, B&H # GVM560AS2L, is not is weather-sealed for outdoor use or in inclement weather. It is not recommend to use the light unit in extreme heat / cold temperatures environment. According to GVM, the operating range for the 560AS LED panels with lithium-ion batteries to perform optimally (and will last longer) if they are kept at temperatures between -10°C and +50°C. However, do note that for outdoor usage, the units require a pair of SONY NPF-750/770 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which usually have a recommended ambient temperature operating range from 50°F to 86°F (10°C to 30°C), so while they can be used outside of this range, they often may not have great performance in extreme cold or extreme heat.
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Is the package weight in pounds?

Is the package weight in pounds?
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That's what lbs means. Lbs is the abbreviation that comes from the Latin Libra, and the zodiac sign Libra, or the scales for measurement of weight. Libra translates as pound in Spanish and is considered the avoirdupois scale of weight measurement, compared to grams which are the decimal. Anyway the three light kit with stands and cords weighs 24 pounds (lbs.) or about 10 kilos. It is not heavy, due to the plastic light housing, not metal housing. They worked well for me on dozens of shoots where I had to set up a portable studio in various settings with the LED lights for key and fill for a two-shot in front of a green screen uplit by two fluorescent tubes. The adjustable intensity and color temperature was great, and if you buy the larger size lights you will be very satisfied with the lighting ability, the portability and the price.
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Date published: 2020-11-13
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