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The Strand Lighting Aurora 4-Way Square Cyc Light--Pole Operated (120VAC) is a quartet of 1000W asymmetric floodlights fastened together in a square formation as one unit, designed to smoothly light cycloramas, scrims or other cloths up to 30' high, with a small mechanical system that allows the tilt function of the fixture to be changed using a pole. This top-performing workhorse has a well-controlled beam, with no distracting light spill--it's perfect for larger stage and studio permanent installations or temporary rental/production situations, and it lends itself well to color-mixing opportunities. This model is also available with optional multi-connectors, in/out options or 8' (2.4 m) cable tails. Bulbs and electrical plugs not included.
Operate tilt function using pole
Repeatability of beam characteristics is guaranteed by the extruded aluminum reflector
Very smooth light beam which falls off evenly without visible highlights or shadows
Robust construction from a combination of aluminum extrusions and formed sheet steel panels
Secure focus lock-off with proven tilt lock clamp or pole-operated screw tilt focus
Ease of access to change the color filter without disturbing the focus position--a top-hinge spring lid secures the filter holder while ensuring there is no distracting light leak
Filter life is maximized by the dual air-flow chamber construction
Color filter holder is held captive by a spring-hinged extruded cover that also blocks unwanted light spill
Automatic power disconnection via microswitch to isolate the power supply when opening, preventing the insertion of a lamp into a live socket
Safety glass ensures that in the unlikely event of a lamp exploding, the fragments are held captive within the luminaire