Chroma-Q Launches Color Force
Posted on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
The new Chroma-Q Color Force Compact is designed to work with the company’s Color Force range. Despite measuring only 9.25″ in length, the Color Force Compact produces a powerful 1700 lumens output.
With its rugged external design, the Color Force Compact has been designed as a multi-purpose workhorse fixture suitable for numerous entertainment lighting applications –including up-lighting, pipe-end shin-busting, back-lighting, truss toning, and other wash applications.
Up to five fixtures can be daisy-chained from each 15-way Compact PSU output, eliminating the need to home-run a cable from each fixture back to the PSU. In addition, up to four fixtures per output can be daisy-chained on a Chroma-Q Color Block PSU (PSU-05B, PSU530).
The Color Force Compact uses its RGBA color mixing palette to deliver a full range of high brightness colors across the spectrum, the company says. The product’s engine has been developed to deliver a CRI of 92. Each unit includes trademarked Color Sure technology for enhanced color consistency across fixtures. The fixture’s custom optical design provides a smooth, uniform output with outstanding color blend across the spectrum, the company says.
Separate discreet RGBA LEDs are used for increased efficiencies and the custom Chroma-Q optical design delivers surprisingly clean shadows for most common real world applications, the company adds.
The product is compatible with City Theatrical top hat, half top hat, egg crate louver, and barn door accessories. It is supplied with a holder for these four optional accessories, as well as interchangeable clear and frosted glass light lenses.
An optional W-DMX wireless accessory for the 15-way PSU is also available. Complementing other models in the range, the Color Force line-up now provides a full choice of creative tools for almost any entertainment application.
Compatibility with industry standard control consoles is assured. HSI, FxHSI, RGB (Magic Amber), RGBA, RGBI (Magic Amber), Look Select, master, and slave stand-alone control modes.