Videssence to Introduce Vidnel 150 LED Fresnel at 2016 NAB

At NAB 2016, Videssence is expanding its Vidnel Fresnel line with a new 150 watt, six-inch lens fixture which offers longer light throw and expanded flood capabilities while still delivering colour at 96+ CRI.

Videssence said the optic design of the new fixture provides the single shadow and focusing characteristics essential to Fresnel fixtures while using a fraction of the power of tungsten units. The light distributes a directional beam of adjustable light and has flicker-free dimming without color shift.

A manual slide bar at the side of the fixture focuses the beam and locks in place. There’s a dual copper pipe heat sink with integrated quiet axial fan, assuring maximum LED light output.

A magnetic stabilizer ensures smooth fan operation in any position. A touch pad on the side of the light allows programming for DMX control and on board dimming. Additional control is achieved with standard six-inch gel frame and barn door accessory options.

Power is shut off to the driver and LED when dimmed to ZERO with DMX so no external relay or power cut off is required. The housing with yoke is 15.7 x 13 x 13 inches. Units are available in tungsten and daylight.

Fixtures are built in the U.Ss are being cCSAus listed for U.S. and Canada and CE listing in process.

Videssence offers a variety of LED lighting fixtures for television, HDTV, ENG, mobile media, studios, film, theater and stage.

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