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Altman 65Q Fresnel Light (750W/120V)

BH #AL65Q • MFR #65Q
Altman
Altman 65Q Fresnel Light (750W/120V)
Key Features
  • 9 to 70-Degree Beam Spread
  • 6" Fresnel Lens, Optional 750W Bulbs
  • Includes Color Frame and Safety Cable
  • For Theater, Museums, Clubs
A good choice for theater, museum, club, and public space applications, the 65Q Fresnel Light from Altman is a versatile tungsten light source with a 6" Fresnel lens and wide 9 to 59-degree focusing range for broad flood coverage or spotlight effects. The fixture has a yoke with a 1/2" hole for an optional 5/8" receiver, 1 1/8" Junior pin, or a clamp for hanging. A safety cable is provided for hazard prevention. This version has a medium prefocus socket for 120V lamps.
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Altman 65Q Overview

A good choice for theater, museum, club, and public space applications, the 65Q Fresnel Light from Altman is a versatile tungsten light source with a 6" Fresnel lens and wide 9 to 59-degree focusing range for broad flood coverage or spotlight effects. The fixture has a yoke with a 1/2" hole for an optional 5/8" receiver, 1 1/8" Junior pin, or a clamp for hanging. A safety cable is provided for hazard prevention. This version has a medium prefocus socket for 120V lamps.

Altman 65Q Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle9 to 59°
Bulb Type1 x P28s
Max Bulb Wattage750 W
Lens TypeFresnel
Lens Diameter6" / 15.2 cm
Built-In DimmerNone
FocusableYes
Front Accessory Mount7-1/2" (Barndoors)
Umbrella MountNone
General
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
MountingNone
Cable Length36" / 91.4 cm
CertificationsCE, UL, cUL, as per Manufacturer
IP RatingIP20
MaterialAluminum (Housing)
Steel (Yoke)
Dimensions8.75 x 8.25 x 13.25" / 22 x 21 x 35 cm (Head with Mount)
Weight11 lb / 5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.7 x 12.6 x 12.55"
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Can this light be left on continuously?

Can this light be left on continuously?
Asked by: Taylor
This would really depend on the details of what is meant by "continuously." For a variety of reasons an LED option would likely be the better solution for long-term use. This may be an application that would benefit from further discussion. If possible please contact me to go over the details. I can be reached by phone or email. -Tom Casazza 804-349-3453 [email protected]
Answered by: Altman NE RSM
Date published: 2019-06-13

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Is it possible to fit barn doors and a metal wire scrim in the slot at the same time?
Asked by: Orin
The Altman 65Q is only designed to hold one accessory at a time. The Altman 1KAF Fresnel is an alternate option that does ship with a Safety Screen and has a double accessory slot to allow for the use of the screen and a barndoor at the same time. <a href= http://www.altmanlighting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1KAF.pdf target= _blank >http://www.altmanlighting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1KAF.pdf</a>
Answered by: Thomas C. Altman Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What softbox or diffuser to use with this light? I am hanging it from the ceiling and need a softer shadow on my greenscreen and subjects.
Asked by: Palmer S.
It is not designed for a softbox, however the included accessory or gel frame can be used. Simply buy a few small sheets of diffusion from B & H and insert into gel frame. You can also buy black wrap to take light spill away from certain areas of the fixture - and you can also use it as a cheap cutter . The sample packs of diffusion from B & H are ideal - they include the heavier 250 and go all the way to light diffusions like Hampshire and Opal .
Answered by: Michael M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What kind of bulbs to use for this product?
Asked by: Ricardo S.
This Altman fresnel takes 500w BTL bulbs. I think it also accepts 750w BTN. Specs should be on the Altman site.
Answered by: Brian G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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