Elation DTW Series first models now available
Posted on Thursday, July 21st, 2016
The first products in Elation Professional’s new DTW Series of variable white LED lights are now available. DTW Series fixtures are colour temperature adjustable and can emulate the ‘Dim to Warm’ look of conventional tungsten / halogen fixtures.
Optimized to give the finest in variable white light, available now are the DTW Par 300, DTW Par Z19 IP and DTW Bar 1000. All three fixtures feature full colour temperature range control from 2,700K – 6,500K plus independent Dim-to-Warm channel control from 1,800K -to 3,200K for accurate rendition of traditional tungsten halogen lamps. All DTW Series fixtures include extremely smooth dimming with variable dimming curve modes, strobe and chase effects included.
The DTW PAR 300 houses (16) 10W multi-chip CW / WW / Amber LEDs for a soft light that is easily adjustable from warm white tungsten to cool white. Beam angle is 23° with an output of 23,130 LUX @ 3.3′ (1m). The fixture is controllable via multiple DMX channel modes, includes ArtNet and KlingNet protocol support and is RDM ready (remote device management). Outfitted with RJ45 and power in/out connections, it measures (LxWxH) 14.4″ (365mm) x 5.1″ (129mm) x 14.7″ (373mm).
The DTW Par Z19 IP is an IP65-rated Par light that houses (19) 15W 2-in-1 CW / WW LEDs for colour temperature adjustments from warm white tungsten to cool white daylight.
The DTW Bar 1000 houses (12) 10W multi-chip CW / WW / Amber LEDs for a soft output that is easily adjustable from warm to cool white. Beam angle is 28° and each pixel is individually controllable for greater design options.
All three DTW Series fixtures are wrapped in a rugged die-cast aluminum exterior and come with integrated dual rigging brackets for flexible positioning. Multiple unit power linking makes for quick installation and customizable setups and all three fixtures include a four-button control panel and LCD menu display for easy hands-on addressing.
DTW Series fixtures operate flicker free for use in TV and other broadcast applications and an auto-sensing power supply covers worldwide voltages and frequencies.