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GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Light Panel (2-Light Kit)

BH #GVM560AS2L • MFR #GVM-560AS2L
GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Light Panel (2-Light Kit)
Key Features
  • For Studio & Film/TV Production
  • 2 Bi-Color LED Panels
  • Output: 3800 Lux at 3.3' (45°)
  • 2300 to 6800K; Bi-Color Control
This 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel 2-Light Kit from GVM features two 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" dimmable panels with adjustable color temperature. Each panel comes with a 6.25' light stand, a diffuser to soften the quality of the bright LEDs, and a multi-voltage AC adapter. Battery plates for two optional NP-F batteries are built-in, so you can use the lights anywhere, and in locations where AC power is not available. A carrying case for storage and transport is also provided.
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GVM 560-AS Overview

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This 560AS Bi-Color LED Panel 2-Light Kit from GVM features two 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" dimmable panels with adjustable color temperature. Each panel comes with a 6.25' light stand, a diffuser to soften the quality of the bright LEDs, and a multi-voltage AC adapter. Battery plates for two optional NP-F batteries are built-in, so you can use the lights anywhere, and in locations where AC power is not available. A carrying case for storage and transport is also provided.

Each panel is a compact light source with a wide color range from a warm 2300K to a cool 6800K to meet any ambient light challenge, match other fixtures, or just for creative expression. The light has high CRI/TLCI ratings of 97 to indicate accuracy in the rendering color. The 45° medium beam spread can be controlled with the four-way barndoors. Simply swing one or more of the barndoor leaves into the path of the beam to darken areas 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 with your phone via Bluetooth with the free GVM app that is compatible with iOS and Android. Each panel runs on 100 to 240 VAC using the included AC adapter, but it will also run on user supplied NP-F-type batteries when mains power is unavailable. The light comes with a diffusion filter to soften the bright LEDs, plus a case for storage and transport.

GVM 560-AS Specs

Key Specs
Item Type
2x LED Light Panel
Included Light Modifier
2x Barndoors
Included Storage Case
1x Case (Fits All Included Lights)
Photometrics
45° at 3200K:
111 fc / 1200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
45° at 4400K:
297 fc / 3200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
45° at 5600K:
185 fc / 2000 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
Color Temperature
2300 to 6800K
Color Modes
Daylight, Tungsten
Color Accuracy Standard
CRI 97
TLCI 97
Dimming
Built-In Dimmer
Front Accessory Mount
Proprietary
Wireless Remote Control Type
Wi-Fi
Power Source
AC to DC Adapter (Included)
Battery (Not Included)
Battery Plate Type
2x Sony L-Series / NP-F (Built-In)
Battery
Per Light: 2x Rechargeable, 7.4 VDC, 4400 mAh (Not Included)
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power
15 VDC
Power Consumption
30 W
Fixture Mounting
1x 5/8" Receiver (Via Yoke Mount)
Light Fixture
Item Type
2x LED Light Panel
Included Light Modifier
2x Barndoors
Included Filters
Soft Diffusion
Included Storage Case
1x Case (Fits All Included Lights)
Lumens
3800
Photometrics
45° at 3200K:
111 fc / 1200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
45° at 4400K:
297 fc / 3200 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
45° at 5600K:
185 fc / 2000 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m 
Color Temperature
2300 to 6800K
Color Modes
Daylight, Tungsten
Color Accuracy Standard
CRI 97
TLCI 97
Dimming
Built-In Dimmer
Cooling System
Passive
Beam Angle
45°
Built-In Flash
No
Umbrella Mount
No
Front Accessory Mount
Proprietary
Connectivity
Wireless Remote Control Type
Wi-Fi
Mobile App Compatible
Yes: Android & iOS
App Name: GVM LED
Power & I/O
Power Source
AC to DC Adapter (Included)
Battery (Not Included)
Inputs/Outputs
1x Barrel / Coax Power Input
Battery Plate Type
2x Sony L-Series / NP-F (Built-In)
Battery
Per Light: 2x Rechargeable, 7.4 VDC, 4400 mAh (Not Included)
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power
15 VDC
Included Adapter / Cable
2x USA Type-A/B to Barrel / Coax AC to DC Adapter
2x USA Type-A/B to IEC Cable
Inline Switch
No
Power Pass-Thru
No
Power Consumption
30 W
Mounting
Included Light Stand / Mount
2x Light Stand
Yoke Type
Manually-Operated Yoke
Fixture Mounting
1x 5/8" Receiver (Via Yoke Mount)
Environmental
Environmental Protection
No
General
Display
LCD
Certifications
CE, FCC
Materials
Aluminum
Dimensions
10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6" / 26.9 x 26.2 x 4.1 cm (Fixture)
Weight
2.2 lb / 1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
17 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
24.8 x 13.2 x 6.3"

GVM 560-AS Reviews

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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.
Answered by: Manzell L
Date published: 2021-11-27

These or neewer 660's?

These or neewer 660's?
Asked by: Ricardo
Hi Rich, the GVM 560AS panel is 15% brighter and has a wider range of color temperature adjustability.
Answered by: byron
Date published: 2022-11-01

Does the lights come with a power cable? and if ...

Does the lights come with a power cable? and if so, what type is it. I'm from NZ and so will it will compatible?
Asked by: Taylor
Yes, the lights in the GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Studio Video 2-Panel Light Kit includes an AC power cable for each light fixture designed for use on 130 VAC / 60 Hz AC household voltage, and has a Type A/B plug for use in the United States. It would not be compatible for use in New Zealand, which uses Type I plugs and which use 230 VAC / 50 Hz AC current.
Answered by: Manzell L
Date published: 2022-12-07

Is the 560AS brighter then the 800D in white ...

Is the 560AS brighter then the 800D in white mode? The RGB addition is great but don't want to lose that brightness if the 800D is less bright then the 800D. I hope I'm asking it correctly, thank you!
Asked by: Joaquin
The 560AS will be brighter in the 800D you are dividing the output between 4 channels.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-10-19

Do these come with the stands? Some photos have ...

Do these come with the stands? Some photos have them and others do not.
Asked by: Steve
Yes, this kit comes with 2 stands. I might add the stands aren't the highest quality. They are a little flimsy. They aren't awful but I did invest in a different set of stands after I purchased this kit.
Answered by: Troy
Date published: 2021-11-27

Does anyone know the R9 value at the top and ...

Does anyone know the R9 value at the top and bottom of the temperature range?
Asked by: John
Not sure about R9 value, but the color temp goes from 2300K to 6800K. Although there's a noticeable jump between 23 to 24. Other than that, really good durable lights that I've had for about 2 years and used on video and photo shoots.
Answered by: Logan
Date published: 2022-03-10

WHAT IS THE DIMENSIONS OF THE CARRYING CASE?

WHAT IS THE DIMENSIONS OF THE CARRYING CASE?
Asked by: Robert
The case is 23x5x11.5.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2021-08-04

Can i use a remote control instead of smart ...

Can i use a remote control instead of smart phone?
Asked by: Matt
A smart phone would be the remote in this case while using their app.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-01-24
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