At the 2017 NAB Show, BB&S Lighting will highlight its Interchangeable Phosphor Technology and LED Retrofit Light Engines for television, theatre and movie production lighting.
BB&S Lighting specifies, develops, produces and sells high-end LED lighting. It delivers lighting products with an extensive international network of partners and distributors, both inside and outside the lighting industry.
At 2017 NAB, the company will show its new four-inch Pipeline Raw Fixture and Raw Kits. The remote phosphor fixtures with inline driver/dimmers expands the line with the addition of 4-inch, 3-foot and 4-foot models, joining the existing one and two foot models.
The lights draw ten watts per foot and deliver 1000 lumens per foot at 96 TLCI. Choose 3200K, 4300K or 5600K color temperatures. These come with a power supply, 10-foot cable and mounting accessories in single or kit form.
Also to be shown are the Pipeline Raw Remote Phosphor Ready Go Kits. These come in travel cases holding eight fixtures, (2) 4-way controllers with 8/16 bit DMX, strobe, 48V power supplies and accessories for three and four-foot pipes. There’s room for optional batteries and accessories.
Finally, to be shown at the show are Pipeline Remote Phosphor Bank fixtures. The line grows to include one-foot 4-bank and two-foot 2-bank lights. These include 48V power supplies, cable, 8/16 bit DMX and strobe. Optional barndoors, softboxes and grids are available.
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