Fluotec has announced that this fall it will introduce the AuraLux 100 LED light, a 5.5-inch studio Fresnel that delivers 60 percent more pure white light than its current products.
Fluotec, based in Loredo, Texas, said the new COB (chip on board) technology allows more light than current products with high color rendering and TLCI indexes, and the high impact PMMA Fresnel lens improves the transfer of luminous flux.
The light has superior optical characteristics with high transmittance, resistance to UV rays and great resistance to impacts. Operation is quiet and suitable for studio environments. It has accurate light control, high precision eight leaf barndoors and color gel filter holder.
The light will have low weight and pole operation is available. The new fixture will be available this fall.
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