Lowel® Redefines Location Lighting with the New Blender® XL

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• Created: September 4, 2019

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HAUPPAUGE, NY – Lowel®, a division of The Tiffen Company, has launched the Lowel Blender® XL, a new bi-color fixture that employs powerful and efficient surface mount LEDs with an impressive output almost four times a traditional one by one panel. This affordable fixture provides high quality output (98 CRI) in a rugged and compact package powered through a switchable AC/DC power supply that accepts professional V-Mount batteries.

More details from Lowel (www.tiffen.com):

Utilizing 45-degree optical lenses, the Blender XL casts a versatile narrow flood illumination that provides broad coverage while remaining strong enough to deliver the reliable punch. It also includes a high-quality, removable diffusion that seamlessly blends the daylight and tungsten balanced LED sources for a pleasing, consistent output.

The rugged steel and aluminum design is built to withstand harsh field production environments, and the ability to use professional V-Mount batteries in addition to AC power provides the versatility to work anywhere with confidence.

Product Specifications:

Efficient, powerful surface mount LEDs

Independently controlled the Daylight and Tungsten color balanced LED arrays

45-degree narrow flood beam angle

Removable diffusion for even and consistent illumination

Switchable AC/DC power supply with V-Mount battery mount

Compact, rugged steel and aluminum housing

On its own, the Lowel Blender XL answers a variety of production needs in a compact package. When combined into a three-light kit with case and accessories, it becomes a must-have for any on-the-go lighting package.

The Lowel Blender XL will be showcased at IBC 2019 for the first time. Visit Stand B30 Hall 11 to get hands on. Shipping is anticipated for November 2019.

 

 

 

 

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