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Luci Della Ribalta (LDR) Astro 250 230w LED Followspot

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Luci Della Ribalta (LDR) Astro 250 230w LED Followspot

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Stylish, compact and extremely high efficiency followspot featuring a 230W white LED power source, digital dimming, flicker free and constant colour temperature at any light intensity and producing a powerful and highly‐defined beam of pure white light.

Astro 250 is ideal for short‐medium throw applications where heat, energy saving and long life source are a concern. Its attractive design and state‐of‐art specifications make it the obvious choice in theatres, stages, TV studios, circuses, churches, permanent shows, amusement parks or cruise ships.

Astro 250 is available in 3200K and 5600K white light or RGBW and standard delivery includes the iris diaphragm and the spigot. The kit version also includes mounted colour changer, black followspot tripod and flight case. A full range of accessories complements the range.

Application

Beam style well‐defined, flat field projection
Suitable for theatres, TV studios, permanent shows
Specification level professional range
Beam angle 8°‐ 23° Typical throw distance 5 – 30m

Electrical specifications
Light source 230W LED, white
Supply Volts 100/260V AC single phase
Frequency / Current 50/60Hz – 1.17A @ 230v ac‐ 2.35A @ 110V AC
Power consumption 250W at full power
Cable/connection 1.5m, 3 x 1.5mm2cable, Power‐con to bare ends
Standards Compliance EN60598‐2‐17, CE marked

Mechanical specifications
Construction extruded aluminium and sheet steel
Mounting & suspension steel stirrup with 12mm centre hole and DIN mounting. spigot
for ø28mm tripod supplied
Handle 2 side‐handles
Weight/Packed weight 19.5 kg / 24.6 kg
Colour frame metal, 185 x 185mm, not supplied

Operational specifications
Focus adjustment slide zoom controls (dia. and softness) at side
DMX channels/connection 1to 3 ch/ XLR5 connectors, IN/OUT
LED white COB, single source, no colour shift when fading
Dimming positionable external activator Clamp‐on dimmer; remote DMX
8 or 16 bits or mechanical
Strobe effect can be activated via DMX
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 display set‐up, DMX, monitor, diagnostics
RDM integrated

Optical specifications
Optical system double condenser with variable zoom
LED array white, replaceable
Rated LED life 50,000 hours at 25°C
Beam colour temperature 3200K and 5600K
CRI (Colour Rendering Index) >90

Accessories
Metal colframe+ front runners 20109106
5‐colour colour changer 20105106 Spigot with fluid head 20102100
Spare iris diaphragm 20100707 Gobo holder A/B size 20100807
Black tripod 20102401 Chrome plated tripod 20102402
Spare spigot ø29mm 20102200 Stirrup‐kit for suspension 20102900
Flight case 20107180 for followspot, col. changer, tripod
Clamp‐on manual dimmer 20702071 Remoto 20702072

Photometric data

Narrow focus 3200K – 124 lm/W (at 1620mA)
Beam dia. 0.7 1.4 2.1 2.8 3.5 4.2 m
lux 12980 3245 1442 811 519 360
Distance 5 10 15 20 25 30 m

Wide focus
Beam dia. 1.6 2.4 3.3 4.1 4.9 5.7 6.5 7.3 8.1 m
lux 7046 3131 1762 1127 783 575 440 347 281
Distance 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 m

Narrow focus 5600K – 130 lm/W (at 1620mA)
Beam dia. 0.7 1.4 2.1 2.8 3.5 4.2 m
lux 14740 3685 1637 921 590 410
Distance 5 10 15 20 25 30 m

Wide focus
Beam dia. 1.6 2.4 3.3 4.1 4.9 5.7 6.5 7.3 8.1 m
lux 8250 3666 2062 1320 916 673 515 407 330
Distance 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 m

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Metal Gobos
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