ARRI L7-C LE2 LED Fresnel with powerCON Cable (Silver/Blue, Manual Mount)

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ARRI L7-C LE2 LED Fresnel with powerCON Cable (Silver/Blue, Manual Mount)
Key Features
  • Removable powerCON Cable
  • LE2: 25% Brighter than previous L7-C
  • Beam Angle: 15 - 50 Degrees
  • 7" Fresnel Lens
The Silver/Blue, Manual Mount L7-C LE2 Color LED Fresnel with powerCON Cable is part of ARRI's continuing effort to replace traditional Fresnels with powerful LED versions that offer unprecedented color control. The L7-C LE2 shares many characteristics with its predecessor, but the most obvious improvement is a 25% boost in power, increasing the light's tungsten equivalency from 750W to 1000W. This hanging/manual version has a yoke with a 1-1/8" Junior pin.
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ARRI L7-C Overview

The Silver/Blue, Manual Mount L7-C LE2 Color LED Fresnel with powerCON Cable is part of ARRI's continuing effort to replace traditional Fresnels with powerful LED versions that offer unprecedented color control. The L7-C LE2 shares many characteristics with its predecessor, but the most obvious improvement is a 25% boost in power, increasing the light's tungsten equivalency from 750W to 1000W. This hanging/manual version has a yoke with a 1-1/8" Junior pin.

The key characteristic of any Fresnel is flood-to-spot capability, and the L7-C LE2 meets and exceeds expectations with an impressive beam angle of 15-50°. There's no learning curve when swapping out L7-C LE2 fixtures for fixtures with standard Fresnels. In fact, you're not going to be moving them around or juggling scrims in high places thanks to the 100 - 0% on-board dimming.

The L7-C LE2 is a "fully tune-able" white light source too, allowing you to match existing fixtures from a warm 2800K to ice-blue 10,000K. The on-board controller allows manual intensity control as well as color temperature and +/- green. Specific color shades and skin tones can be matched through the full gamut color mixing feature. All functions can be controlled via DMX, an ideal feature for broadcast studios. The hybrid cooling system allows for cooling both actively (with a fan) or passively (without a fan) for times when the set needs to be dead quiet. The L7-C LE2's 1000W equivalent output draws only 160W during normal operation, making possible a savings of a 75% over similar output tungsten lights. And low heat means lower AC bills in the studio. You can actually run 9x L7-C LE2's from a 20A, 120VAC outlet as opposed to two 1000W or three 650W standard fixtures.

ARRI L7-C LE2 LED Fresnel (Silver/Blue, Manual Mount, No Cable)

The Silver/Blue, Manual Mount L7-C LE2 Color LED Fresnel is part of ARRI's continuing effort to replace traditional Fresnels with powerful LED versions that offer unprecedented color control. The L7-C LE2 shares many characteristics with its predecessor, but the most obvious improvement is a 25% boost in power, increasing the light's tungsten equivalency from 750W to 1000W. This stand/manual mount version has a yoke with a 1-1/8" Junior pin.

The key characteristic of any Fresnel is flood-to-spot capability, and the L7-C LE2 meets and exceeds expectations with an impressive beam angle of 15-50°. There's no learning curve when swapping out L7-C LE2 fixtures for fixtures with standard Fresnels. In fact, you're not going to be moving them around or juggling scrims in high places thanks to the 100 - 0% on-board dimming.

The L7-C LE2 is a "fully tune-able" white light source too, allowing you to match existing fixtures from a warm 2800K to ice-blue 10,000K. The on-board controller allows manual intensity control as well as color temperature and +/- green. Specific color shades and skin tones can be matched through the full gamut color mixing feature. All functions can be controlled via DMX, an ideal feature for broadcast studios. The hybrid cooling system allows for cooling both actively (with a fan) or passively (without a fan) for times when the set needs to be dead quiet. The L7-C LE2's 1000W equivalent output draws only 160W during normal operation, making possible a savings of a 75% over similar output tungsten lights. And low heat means lower AC bills in the studio. You can actually run 9x L7-C LE2's from a 20A, 120VAC outlet as opposed to two 1000W or three 650W standard fixtures. The L7-C requires a separately-purchased power cable.

Attributes and Benefits

  • L7-C LE2s with Light Engine 2 are 25% brighter than previous versions
  • Fully tuneable from 2800 - 10,000K
  • Plus/Minusgreen correction
  • Vibrant color selection (RGB+W color gamut)
  • Hue and saturation control
  • High color rendering
  • Low power consumption (160W nominal)
  • Fully dimmable
  • True Fresnel lens light characteristics from LEDs
  • Onboard DMX In and Out
  • RDM implementation
  • USB Mini connection for firmware updates
  • Available in blue/silver and black
  • Fan mode selection

Photometrics

@ 3200K
Spot 15°:
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 6689 lux / 621 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 2408 lux / 224 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 1229 lux / 114 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 743 lux / 69 fc
Medium: 30°:
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 1980 lux / 184 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 713 lux / 66 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 364 lux / 34 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 220 lux / 20 fc
Flood: 50°
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 807 lux / 75 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 290 lux / 27 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 148 lux / 14 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 90 lux / 8 fc
@ 5600K
Spot 15°:
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 7511 lux / 698 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 2704 lux / 251 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 1380 lux / 128 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 835 lux / 78 fc
Medium: 30°:
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 2210 lux / 205 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 796 lux / 74 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 406 lux / 38 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 246 lux / 23 fc
Flood: 50°
• 9.8' (3.0 m): 898 lux / 83 fc
• 16.4' (5.0 m): 323 lux / 30 fc
• 23' (7.0 m): 165 lux / 15 fc
• 29.5' (9.0 m): 100 lux / 9 fc

ARRI Mains Cable powerCON TRUE1 Top with Bare Ends (5')

The 5' Mains Cable powerCON TRUE1 Top with Bare Ends is a power cord for lights in the ARRI Orbiter Series. This "bare ends" version requires a user-selected plug.

ARRI L7-C LE2 LED Fresnel (Silver/Blue, Manual Mount, No Cable) Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle15 to 50°
Color Temperature2800 to 10,000K ± 100K (with 200K Shift over Lifetime)
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 94 at 3200K
CRI 94 at 5600K
TLCI 90 at 3200K
TLCI 90 at 6500K
Cooling SystemFan/Passive Combo
DimmingYes, 0 to 100% (Continuous)
Fixture Weight18 lb / 8.16 kg
Connectors
DMX Connector5-Pin XLR
Service ConnectorMini-USB
Lens
Lens TypeFresnel
Mounting
Yoke MountTVMP/ Hex Bolt
Fixture Mount1-1/8" Stud
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX
Power
AC Input Power100 to 250 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Power SourceAC Adapter
Max Power Consumption220 W
Physical
IP RatingIP20
Packaging Info
Package Weight27.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 19.5 x 14"

ARRI Mains Cable powerCON TRUE1 Top with Bare Ends (5') Specs

General
Connector 1PowerCon
Connector 2Bare End
Cable Length4.92' / 1.5 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.69 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.5 x 8 x 2.7"
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The dimensions of the ARRI L7-C LE2 LED Fresnel (Silver/Blue, Manual Mount) are listed as 17.2 x 14.7 x 13.7 (43.7 x 37.4 x 35 cm) under the Specifications tab on our website.
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What is the difference with the addition of LE to this fresnel's product name?
Asked by: Ames B.
This is the LE2 version, which is 25% brighter than the original Arri L7C.
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What is the simplest configuration/accessory list to stand just one of these ARRI fresnels on the floor?
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Asked by: Ames B.
The version of this light listed as Edison refers to the plug interface for AC power. The right yoke type depends on how the light will be set up. A manual yoke is used for those mounting the light to a stand. With a pole operate yoke, that would allow you to control the panning or tilting of the fresnel when it is placed out of reach, such as when using it on a ceiling truss or grid.
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Which cases can hold 2 and 3 of these Arri Fresnels?
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