Primetime Lighting Creates 1SLED XB2 LED Light for Broadcast Studios

Primetime Lighting has developed the 1SLED XB2 using the latest energy-efficient LED technology for high brightness, a long throw and a soft single shadow. 

Primetime said the 1SLED XB2 is typically used to key talent and has the versatility to perform key, fill, side or back light applications. The light was designed for broadcast studios and remote sports broadcasts.

The light has no fan for a total lack of noise and vibration. It has a bright, single shadow rendering with a consistent soft light output for optimal talent lighting. It enables talent to stay cool and composed.

Energy efficient, it saves power by drawing 120 watts. It has the highest quality LEDs with a 50,000 hour rated lifetime. Color Rendering Index is 93+ (93+ CRI). The light is brighter than its fluorescent counterpart, and is available in Tungsten or Daylight color temperature.

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