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The Prolight Concepts Group expand their eLumen8 MP Fresnel range with the MP 120 WW and the MP 15 DTW.

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• Created: January 31, 2019

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UK – The MP 120 LED Fresnel WW is equipped with a 200mm lens and a 120W 3000K COB LED the fixture produces a soft edged beam adjustable manually between 19-37° whilst the supplied barn doors allow further adjustment.

More details from Prolight Concepts (https://prolight.co.uk/):

Loaded with features including RDM (Remote Device Management), powerCON and 3 & 5-Pin DMX inputs/outputs, allowing multiple units to be daisy chained in an array. The 4 push button display on the side of the unit allows users to select between DMX and manual dimming modes along with adjustment of dimming curve/profile settings.

The MP 15 LED Fresnel DTW is powered by a 15W amber and warm white LED (1900K/3000K) with ‘dim-to-warm’ technology reducing the color temperature along with light intensity to emulate a traditional halogen lamp with an amber glow. Housed in a compact all metal chassis the MP 15 features a 62mm lens which creates a 20° soft edge beam ideal for small stages, studios and display lighting applications. Barn doors and an additional 45° easy-fit lens allow further beam adjustment. The rotary knob on the rear of the unit allows for 0-100% dimming. For further flexibility the MP 15 is triac dimmable and can be connected to an external dimmer pack/wall dimmer for entertainment or commercial applications.

“These new fixtures further bolster the MP Fresnel range and our increasing commitment to this market. As with the rest of the range, they feature robust all metal chassis, provide a superb output and benefit from whisper quiet operation, ideal for stage and theatrical lighting applications,” said Andrew Jeffrey, Managing Director.

Both of these products are available now. For more product details visit: https://prolight.co.uk/?s=ELUM107+ELUM130&post_type=product

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