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SolaFrame 3000. Beyond Bright.

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• Created: August 2, 2018

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AUSTIN – Automated lighting manufacturer High End Systems has launched SolaFrame 3000, the new flagship luminaire in the Sola Series range. The SolaFrame 3000 combines unprecedented light output from its 1000 watt Ultra-Brite White LED engine with a limitless palette of effects and color possibilities. Boasting more than 37,000 lumen output, the SolaFrame 3000 is the first automated LED luminaire to rival and even exceed the output of the most powerful arc lamp fixtures. The fixture is also available in a High-Fidelity version with incredibly accurate color rendering.

More details from High End Systems (www.highend.com):

With all the features designers have come to expect from High End Systems, SolaFrame 3000 includes a CMY/CTO linear color mixing system, seven position replaceable Color Wheel, Framing system for total control of beam shaping, seven position plus open interchangeable Gobo Wheel, seven position plus open Rotating Gobo Wheel, a Continuously Variable Animation Wheel, as well as Iris, Light Frost, Prism and 7°-55° Zoom. Other features include HES’ Patented Lens Defogger and a TM30 Filter, which boosts the SolaFrame 3000’s Ultra-Brite engine to 85+ CRI.

High End Systems General Manager Becky Koester commented, “We are excited to offer the SolaFrame 3000 to our customer base, and we also look forward to launching our SolaSpot 3000 later this year. Having the first LED based solution with this type of output gives LDs and end-users new tools for mega venues and arena applications. We now have a full range of product options for stage, studio, live event and fixed installations, regardless of size.”

To learn more about SolaFrame 3000, visit www.highend.com/sola3000 or contact your authorized High End Systems representative. An ETC Company, High End Systems is a leading manufacturer of LED automated luminaires for the entertainment industry.

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