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Stage Right 200W COB LED Ellipsoidal (White 3200k, 26°)
A single 200-watt Warm White Ultra Bright LED provides the light output of a 750-watt halogen bulb with less fan noise, heat on performers and audience, and power consumption. The COB design improves light distribution, whether it's used via DMX as part of a stage lighting grid or with onboard control of brightness and strobe for set-and-forget operation.
This ellipsoidal's heavy duty housing supports rigorous road use, with manual focus and frame shutters for versatile light placement. This is a professional-grade lighting fixture for churches, theaters, clubs, artistic installations, video productions, and other events where crisp bright, lighting is needed with low power draw. Even multiple units won't disrupt intimate venues with its near-silent internal fans.
The 612751 stage light provides support for standard size "B" Gobo holders as well as standard beam angle lenses. The 612751 Ellipsoidal is a great way to reduce operating costs for your facility without making all of your peripherals obsolete.
- Use just like a traditional incandescent fixture
- 3200°K color temperature give look and feel of tungsten stage light
- 200-watt LED puts out equivalent of a 750-watt conventional bulb
- Use simple 3-channel DMX or easy to use manual control
- Smooth fade and dimming curves
- 4 DMX controlled dimming curves for fast or slow fade and dimming
- Puts light where it is needed, keeps light off areas that need to stay dark
- 4 external manual framing shutters, left, right, top, and bottom
- Manual focus
- Daisy chain up to 10 units on one 20 amp breaker
- NAC3 in and out
- Meager 200-watt power consumption
- Excellent in low noise environments with its near-silent cooling fan
- Size "B" Gobo
- Interchangeable lens
- User's Manual (Oct 19, 2015)
Questions and Answers
Try to change the push buttom to dimmer mode.
So here's the deal. 1. The fixture is no where near the quality of a source 4. It has an extremely cheap, plastic feeling. Gobo templates (I tested with two metal gobo templates) are unfortunately 'soft' (ie "blurry") in either the center or edges. I was really hoping the LED light type would fix this, but this was not the case. The sharpness seen with many other LED fixtures is unfortunately not carried over to this as it's the lenses that are the issue, I am assuming. (I tested the Monoprice 26 degree barrel lens and an ETC source four 26 degree barrel lens). both were just as blurry.
I searched high and low for questions about sharpness on this light and Gobos, so hopefully this will help people know that if they are looking at these lights to increase sharpness in Gobos, this will not be the case. I was bummed to find this out as well.
Other than that, it's a 200W power draw that has a 750W equivalent output. Oh, and it's a true warm white (3,200K color temp), which is great.
For the price, you can't beat it, but know you are getting a plastic fixture and you better get a case as I can see this breaking 10 times over before an ETC source four would go out.
True 3,200 Degrees Kelvin color Temperature
Saves 5 Amps per light in comparison to the traditional ETC Source Four Fixture
DMX Controllable (no dimmer packs needed!)
CONS: Plastic Feel to it.
Not made for rigorous road use
26 Degree barrel lens that comes with it is not that well made (plastic instead of glass on the lens)
Mine was defective, but just a fluke (however, I don't see these lasting like an ETC Source Four would)
BIG! It's bigger than I thought and I was hoping, since it's led, it would be more compact. These are actually much bigger fixtures than the ETC models. This is unfortunately when dealing in event AV.
We thought at first that there is falloff on the edges when using break-up patterns but will revisit. We use mostly 50 degree / 70 degree / and 90 degree lenses ...
Not sure why it ships with a 26 degree - but it looks like most LED Lekos are shipping with 26. Maybe its the safest lens to get a good look out of it. But in reality 26 is a rare lens ...
In general we do like the fixture - if the price point was a bit lower we would consider adding 50+ to our inventory.
It would save us enough money in power and labor in the long run to make it worth it - but we need to test other fixtures and retrofit options first.
PROS: Great output, little power consumption, no dimmer needed, fairly compact and lightweight.
Printed gobo worked great.
CONS: The outside perimeter seemed soft when using break-up patterns - but will revisit and look at it again
PROS: Bright light with lots of features
CONS: Plastic lens tube, made in China
So far, they have accomplished what we needed, which was to provide an adequate and flattering front was on our performers.
As others have stated, the build quality isn't "tank-like" but with proper care, I expect them to hold up fine. One thing I noticed is out of the 4 units I purchased, only one of them will retain its dmx addressing after having been unplugged and plugged back in. I just set all of them to channel 1, the default setting, and use that in my dmx software as well.
2 months ago
3 months ago
The yoke and hardware is cheap and barely capable of handling the weight of the light when top hung.
The color temp is actually very good, and although I wouldn't Comp to a 750w lamp, it's equal to 575w, which for the price is hard to find anywhere else.
If your hard up to make the switch from conventional fixtures or using for semi-permanent install this might be a good choice. For rental/staging market I'd keep saving for something better.
6 months ago
PROS: It is exceptional! Lightweight, Smooth movement on the 4 shutters. I can't find any Cons but I will list one just because I think it would add a nice offer on this fixture.
CONS: Does not come with a Gobo Holder. It would be a nice touch.
Do you have a similar light that is lighter in weight & smaller? And one that changes colors?
PROS: Super bright. Will wash an entire stage with one light.
CONS: Super heavy and awkward to mount for mobile production