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COLORado™ Batten 72 Tour

COLORado™ Batten 72 Tour is a market leading batten-style wash light powered by 72 calibrated red, green, blue, white and amber LEDs and with five dimming curves to facilitate its incorporation into an older, traditional rig. The incorporation of white and amber LEDs affords superb color rendering and a vast palette of soft pastels to saturated hues. Integrated trunnions accommodate clamps for vertical or horizontal hanging.

• 3-pin and 5-pin DMX input/output connections
• Selectable, smooth dimming curves for programming versatility
• LED display with password protection
• Neutrik® powerCON® power input/output connections
• Simple and complex DMX channel profiles for programming versatility
• Adjustable feet double as hanging bracket

• DMX Channels: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 13 or 15
• Data Connectors: 3- and 5-pin XLR
• Light Source: 72 LEDs (18 red, 18 green, 18 blue, 9 white, 9 amber) 1 W, (350 mA), 50,000 hours life expectancy
• Shutter/Strobe: Electronic
• Strobe Rate: 0 to 20 Hz
• Standalone Color Mixing: Yes
• Color Temperature Presets: Yes
• Installed Optics: 30°
• Beam Angle: 23°
• Field Angle: 39.6°
• Dimming Modes: 5
• Illuminance: 669 lux @ 5 m
• Color Temperature (range): 2800 to 10000 K
• IP Rating: IP20, dry location
• Cable Length: 5 ft (1.5 m)
• Power Connection: Edison plug to Neutrik® powerCON®
• Power Input: Neutrik® powerCON®
• Power Output: Neutrik® powerCON®
• Power Linking: 6 units @ 120 V; 10 units @ 208 V; 11 units @ 230 V
• Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
• Power and Current: 87 W, 1.43 A @ 120 V, 60 Hz
• Power and Current: 88 W, 0.82 A @ 208 V, 60 Hz
• Power and Current: 87 W, 0.78 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
• Dimensions: 38.9 x 2.9 x 6.1 in (989 x 74 x 156 mm)
• Weight: 9.8 lb (4.4 kg)
• Approvals: CE, ETLC

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Where to buy this product

Continental US



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