Plus / Minus Green Shift
Tuneable white LED fixtures produce light typically ranging from cool white (~6,500K CCT) through to warm white (~2,800K CCT) by following the black body locus. Chroma-Q's plus / minus green shift control allows designers to vary hue by moving along the green–magenta axis orthogonal to the color temperature axis in accurately defined increments. This gives exceptional ability to control atmosphere and ambiance on screen.
The inherent variation between individual LED emitters means color can vary from fixture to fixture. Chroma-Q's ColorSure is a proprietary system to ensure fixtures within the same product range provide consistent output regardless of when they are manufactured.
A complex range of processes for selecting (binning) individual LED emitters; calibrating LED light engines in-house to a uniform standard and sophisticated firmware and software ensures exceptional fixture to fixture consistency.
Studio Force II has a colored touch display for easy navigation through the addressing, modes and settings. Power and DMX / RDM data through connections, optional wireless LumenRadio CRMX connection. Tool-less tilt adjustment allowing side-by-side fixture placement without any gap.
Chroma-Q offers a range of optional accessories for Studio Force II to tailor for any lighting situations. Accessories simply slide through the mounting slots. Cyc / border lenses can be used with other accessories.
Studio Force II - 12
Product codes: CHSF2V12W - White
CCT: Adjustable 2800 - 6500K
CRI: Up to 94
Mired Shift (+/- green): +2/-2 Green (KHi mode)
Beam Angle: 22º (approx.)
Beam Angle with optional Cyc Optic: 80º x 35º (approx.)
Beam Angle with optional Border Cyc: 43º (approx.)
Hot Lumen Output: 6,500 lm
Dimming: Ultra Smooth Dimming
Control Protocol: DMX
IP Rating: IP20
Net Dimensions (LxHxD): 335 mm x 190 mm x 218 mm 13.2" x 7.5" x 8.6"
Weight: 5 kg / 11 lb.
Power Consumption (Max): 150W
Connections (Power): Neutrik powerCON TRUE 1
Connections (Data): Neutrik XLR 5 - pin
LED Life: L70 at 50,000 hours