Robert Juliat to Launch Aledin 330 LED Wash at Prolight + Sound 2011
Posted on Tuesday, April 5th, 2011
Robert Juliat is launching its Aledin 330 LED Wash, at Prolight + Sound 2011. This new, variable beam angle, 85W LED wash light is a complement to the award-winning Robert Juliat Aledin 630 LED Profile spot.
Using the same technology and light source as the Profile, the Aledin 330 Wash offers a choice of two color temperatures (3,500K or 5,800K) making it suitable for theatre, studio, and event applications as well as architectural and exhibition work.
With a variable beam ranging from 20-98 degrees, its powerful beam is extremely versatile with angles ranging from spot to flood settings, the company says.
Its 200mm Fresnel lens guarantees maximum light output while the long LED life (lumen maintenance of greater than 70% after 50,000 hours*) ensures durability and keeps maintenance time to a minimum.
The Aledin 330 Wash has a flicker-free, integrated, dimmable electronic ballast which makes it suitable for camera and studio applications.
Housed in a standard RJ 310 body, the Aledin 330 Wash retains all the ergonomic features of all Robert Juliat spotlights – easy internal access, hard wired cabling, side index and tilt reference, double color runners and optional barn doors with RJ’s unique, independently pivotable, blades.
By sharing the same LED array, driver and PSU as Aledin Profile, the Aledin Wash matches perfectly with the Profile for dimming and color temperature so that, together, they provide the perfect low energy, high quality, lighting solution.
Robert Juliat will be found at Stand D74, Hall 11, which, for the first time, will be lit with a predominance of the company’s low energy products.