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Luci Della Ribalta (LDR) Astro 100 RGBW LED followspot

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Luci Della Ribalta (LDR) Astro 100 RGBW LED followspot

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** Tripod sold separately **

New, stylish, compact and high efficiency 120W RGBW led narrow‐angle followspot featuring double‐condenser optics and a PWM dimming power source. ASTRO 100 is DMX512 and RDM controllable for infinite colour beams but manual dimming from rear panel is also an option. ASTRO 100 produces a well defined, flat‐field beam of bright colours from an extremely compact and user friendly body. Its outstanding performance makes it the ideal choice for short‐throw applications in amateur theatres, and small stages in schools, worship venues, city halls, clubs, concerts or events. The Astro 100 is available in 3200K and 5600K white light and RGBW and on demand can also be obtained in white finish. Standard delivery includes the iris diaphragm, a spigot for followspot tripod and 2m mains cable fitted with Power‐Con. A full range of accessories complements the range.


Beam style well defined, flat‐field profile projection
Suitable for short‐throws on theatres, stages, schools, worship venues, clubs
Specification level professional range
Beam angle 12°‐24°
Typical throw distance 2 – 10m

Electrical specifications

Light source 120W LED, RGBW
Supply Volts 100/260V AC single phase
Frequency / Current 50/60Hz – 0.42A @ 230V AC or 0,9 A @ 110V AC
Power consumption 135W at full power
Cable/connection 2m mains cable with fitted Neutrik Power‐con IN and OUT, supplied
Standards Compliance EN60598‐2‐17, CE marked

Mechanical specifications

Lamp House Construction extruded aluminium and sheet steel
Mounting & suspension steel stirrup 12mm centre hole and DIN mounting; spigot for ø28mm
tripod supplied
Handle rear and side
Weight/Packed weight 10,1 kg / 11,6 kg
Colour frame metal, 125 x 125mm, accessory

Operational specifications

Focus adjustment slide zoom controls (diameter and softness) at side
Beam Shaping iris diaphragm, supplied + 4 shutter blades, accessory
DMX channels / connection 6 or 7 ch / XLR5 connectors, IN/OUT
Colours RGBW
Dimming manual, from rear panel or remote, 8 or 16 bits via DMX signal
LED temperature built‐in sensor for real time monitoring
Ambient temperature 35°C max.
Fan speed control 3 modes available: Silent/Auto/Constant
Fade curves 2 curves (linear, square)
LED Frequency 16KHz – flicker‐free
LCD diplay set‐up, DMX, monitor, diagnostics
RDM integrated

Optical specifications

Optical system double condenser with variable zoom
LED array RGBW, round‐shaped, replaceable
Rated LED life 50,000 hours at 25°C
Beam colours any, from RGBW colour mixing
CRI (Colour Rendering Index) > 90


Metal colour frame 20100102 20100102B 20100102C
Spare iris diaphgram 20100707 Gobo holder, M/D size 20100801
Set of 4 shutter blades 80208019 x4
Black tripod 20102401 Spare spigot ø29mm 20102200

Photometric data

Narrow beam RGBW at 700mA
Beam dia. 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.7 1.9 2.1 m
R 2756 1225 689 441 307 225 172 137 110 41 lm/W
G 3938 1750 984 630 438 321 246 194 158 56,5 lm/W
B 735 327 184 118 82 60 46 37 29 11,5 lm/W
W 5775 2566 1444 924 642 471 361 286 231 87,9 lm/W
FULL 12075 5367 3019 1932 1342 986 755 596 483
Distance 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 m

Wide beam
Beam dia. 0.9 1.3 1.7 2.1 2.6 3.0 m
R 1076 479 269 172 120 88 41 lm/W
G 1706 758 438 273 190 140 56,5 lm/W
B 301 134 76 48 34 24 11,5 lm/W
W 2468 1096 616 395 274 202 87,9 lm/W
FULL 5408 2403 1352 865 601 441
Distance 2 3 4 5 6 7 m

This is the most common question we're asked and you're certainly not alone in not knowing which to choose. Metal and Glass Gobos have their own advantages and disadvantages and the choice will really depend the design and the lantern you wish to project from. In many cases your lantern manufacturer will recommend a gobo material, so if unsure then please check with them or speak to a member of our team.

Metal Gobos
Patterns are etched from metal sheets to produce a stencil. Any 'islands' of metal are held in place with fine lines which may show in projection. Metal is cost effective and good for simple black & white designs. If you need to move the gobo from fixture to fixture or travel on the road with it, then it offers a pretty durable solution and will last the course. If you need to project something simple or as a one off then metal provides a cost effective solution.

Glass Gobos - Most Popular!
Images are created by etching away the metal or dichroic coating on the glass allowing for high resolution images, including greyscale and multi-colour. Glass Gobos are suitable for more detailed patterns, coloured logos and photographic images. They are recommended for long term use & the glass is able to withstand high temperatures in your lantern when handled correctly.

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Where are your gobos made?
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