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Prolights Releases Astra Wash7PixIP

PLSN Staff • Product News • October 27, 2021

ITALY – Prolights has introduced the Astra Wash7Pix IP, a new IP-rated moving-wash with the same features and  characteristics as the newly released Astra Wash7Pix.

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The Astra Wash7Pix IP contains 7 x RGBW 40-Watt LED emitters, outputting upwards of 4,000 lumens, with a default 8,000K cool-white beam or 6,000K in studio mode. The fixture includes the same proprietary front lens and glass lighting rods as the indoor version and protected with a coating technology that helps increase the brightness, protecting lenses from surface scratches and adding anti-static properties to avoid dust deposits.

The Astra Wash7Pix IP has a rugged and completely sealed chassis made of aluminum alloy, with internal components treated with an IP coating, guaranteeing an IP65 water and dust-tight design for lasting outdoor applications. Since it’s completely sealed, the fixture doesn’t require regular internal cleaning or service. However, users have access to the modular and easily accessible internal parts and whereupon assembled, its sealing can be easily checked with the PROLIGHTS IP tester.

This fixture also includes a zoom range from 4º to 56º, enabling designers to create very narrow beam effects and wide wash spreads. Its augmented pixel performance supports individual pixel control through DMX or ethernet-based protocols, or with the built-in pixel macros, personalized by the user. Dimmer and color parameters are integrated with 16-bit resolution, and CCT channels can be set to any precise white point and deviated by the tint channel on a +/- green chromatic coordinates. The tungsten emulation mode provides an incandescent tone of red shift when dimming. There is also a dedicated cross-fade channel to blend the white and color macros.



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