GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Studio Video 3-Panel Light Kit

BH #GVM560AS3L • MFR #GVM-560AS3L
GVM 560AS Bi-Color LED Studio Video 3-Panel Light Kit
Key Features
  • 3 x 560AS Bi-Color LED Panels
  • 3 x 110-130 VAC Adapters
  • 3 x Diffusers, 3 x Stands
  • 3 x Four-Way Barndoors
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Built around a 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6", bi-color LED panel, the 560AS Bi-Color LED Studio Video 3-Panel Light Kit from GVM contains three dimmable panels with color that's variable from 2300 to 6800K. Each panel comes with a diffuser to soften the light quality of the bright LEDs, as well as an AC adapter, plates for two optional NP-F batteries, and a 6.25' light stand. A carry case for storage and transport is provided.
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GVM 560-AS Overview

Built around a 10.6 x 10.3 x 1.6", bi-color LED panel, the 560AS Bi-Color LED Studio Video 3-Panel Light Kit from GVM contains three dimmable panels with color that's variable from 2300 to 6800K. Each panel comes with a diffuser to soften the light quality of the bright LEDs, as well as an AC adapter, plates for two optional NP-F batteries, and a 6.25' light stand. A carry case for storage and transport is provided.

GVM 560-AS Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle45°
Color Temperature2300 to 6800K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 97
TLCI 97
Cooling SystemPassive
DimmingYes
DisplayLCD
Housing MaterialAluminum
Photometrics353 fc / 3800 Lux at 3.28' / 1 m
Number of LEDs560
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 ConnectorIEC
Mounting
Fixture Mount5/8" Receiver
Yoke
Yoke MaterialAluminum
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeProprietary Wireless
Power
AC Input Power130 VAC, 60 Hz
DC Input Power15 / 15 VDC
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Max Power Consumption30 W
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight23.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24.5 x 13 x 8.9"
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What is the wattage of these lights? I’ll be ...

What is the wattage of these lights? I’ll be using these in TV News for Liveshots with a reporter. I need to make sure they will be bright enough which they should but I need to make sure.
Asked by: Chuck
Photometrics 353 fc / 3800 Lux at 3.28' / 1 m depending on your requirement this is not a very bright light
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-25

how many wattage do they have ??

how many wattage do they have ??
Asked by: aime
40 w
Answered by: Ken
Date published: 2021-02-18

Will it work at 220v voltage outside the US?

Will it work at 220v voltage outside the US?
Asked by: ezra
A few solutions for you. Buy a voltage converter available from B and H. They are very cheap. I live in Korea and we have 230 volts. I didn't want to take the risk of blowing the lights so I bought a supply of batteries before the lights arrived. After investigation of the A/C power supply included, it states use 100 - 240 V 50/60 hz. I use the batteries for warranty reasons but did try the light with a travel adapter and it did work.
Answered by: matthew
Date published: 2021-02-04

Type A or type B AC connection to lamp head?

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
Date published: 2020-12-19

Is the package weight in pounds?

Is the package weight in pounds?
Asked by: Lucho
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.
Answered by: Roland T.
Date published: 2020-11-13

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

The posting doesn't adequately show the lumens of ...

The posting doesn't adequately show the lumens of the lights. What are they?
Asked by: Stephen
General answer: My very rough guess is that each of these lights outputs around 2600 lumens. That's based on a power draw of 30 watts and a comparison with the Nanlite LumiPad 25, which claims an output of 2140 lumens with a power consumption of 25 watts. It's also in rough agreement with what B&H's Reuben said in his response, given that tungsten lamps tend to produce about 15 lumens per watt.
Answered by: Daniel G
Date published: 2020-11-27

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
It comes with all power adapters to run the lights from a wall port. I am in America so they came with normal American ports, and did not come with any adapters for different electrical ports. Hope this helps!
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-09-28
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