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This is a tungsten-balanced Mole-Richardson JuniorLED 200W 8" Fresnel. Fresnels have been a staple in Hollywood since 1936 and little has changed except the use of better materials with more precise construction techniques. While there wasn't a problem with the Fresnel's quality of light, heat and electrical draw was another story.
Apart from the black powder-coated finish, the JuniorLED head looks and performs the same as a legacy light allowing you to swap a standard light for a JuniorLED or mix them. In fact, there's a retro-fit kit available to convert your old style light to an LED.
On-board dimming means you'll probably be restricting your scrimming to half-scrims, saving you a lot of ladder climbing. The JuniorLED has a low maximum draw as compared to the legacy lamp effecting up to an 80% reduction in energy consumption. This means that you can run double the amount of LEDs as legacy lights without raising the temperature. Cooler operation also means less air-conditioning running costs in the studio. Let's also consider the cost and downtime of re-lamping. LEDs last about 50,000 hours and are virtually maintenance-free. The 90-250 VAC JuniorLED has a 8" lens, passive cooling and aluminum alloy and steel construction. It has 13-degree to 54-degree spot to flood variation and a yoke with a 1/1/8" pin for standard Junior stands and accessories. The JuniorLED is supplied with a 25' cable and a NEMA 5-15 Edison (US) plug.
An 80% reduction in energy consumption
Flicker-Free dimming with little to no color shift
No need for external dimming systems
No direct IR or radiant heat from Fresnel
MoleLED Fresnels are powered by a proprietary, patent-pending Mole-Richardson Quantum Dot chip on-board LED module. The benefit of QD LED technology is the ability to specifically tune the visible wavelength at the nano scale which, in this case, allows for precise adjustment of the red spectrum without impacting the overall light output of the LED.
Maximum Flood 620 fc/6,674 lux @ 5.0' (1.5 m) with 3.4' (1.0 m) beam diameter 160 fc/1,722 lux @ 10' (3.0 m) with 6.8' (2.1 m) beam diameter 70 fc/754 lux @ 15' (4.6 m) with 10.3' (3.1 m) beam diameter Maximum Spot 1,800 fc/19,375 lux @ 5.0' (1.5 m) with 1.1' (0.3 m) beam diameter 450 fc/4,844 lux @ 10' (3.0 m) with 2.3' (0.7 m) beam diameter 200 fc/2,153 lux @ 15' (4.6 m) with 3.4' (1.0 m) beam diameter