Used Alpha Wash HALO 1200 | For Sale Item# 43939

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Alpha Wash HALO 1200 in excellent condition. Previously used in an installation. Priced per unit. Minimum order of 2 units = $7,188 USD / €6.556 EUR

Quantity 6 (Minimum Order 2)
Condition Excellent / Few Scratches
Year 2008
Location Europe
Case Type Dual
Previous Use Installation
Warranty 10 Day

Description

Previously used in an installation. Cleaned, maintained, and tested by authorized technicians.

What's Included

(1) Alpha Wash HALO 1200
(1) Dual Flight Case with the purchase of (2) units.

(Unit Price)
$3,594 USD
(Unit Price)
€3.278 EUR
Financing Available
Minimum Order of 2 Units
(Price for 2 units)
$7,188
(Price for 2 units)
€6.556
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Alpha Wash HALO 1200

Alpha Wash HALO 1200

BROCHURE.PDF
ALPHA WASH HALO 1200

Alpha Wash Halo 1200 combines characteristics of extraordinary brightness with the versatility of a 1200W, 80V (3300 k) halogen lamp, suitable to any supply voltage that may be required.
It features a Linear Zoom 14deg- 64deg, CMY color mixing, linear frost, electronic dimmer, indexable ovalizer, motorized Top Hat.
It is addressed to the most professional lighting sectors, which can simultaneously exploit a high quality projector and the typical advantages of the halogen lamp: smooth, uniform field, warm color tones and gradual dimming.
MORE INFO
Exclusive optics
New optical unit with optimal luminous efficiency.
14deg - 64deg electronic linear zoom.
Fresnel Lens: diameter 200 mm, focal length 140 mm.
Top Hat for a perfect beam control.
Magical colors and effects
CMY Color Mixing
Frost with linear variation.
Indexable ovalizer.
0-100% electronic dimmer with an extremely gradual dimming and uniform color temperature field.
Stop / Strobe effect.
Multiple and useful functions
Long life self-charging buffer battery.
Pre-set macros.
"ENERGY SAVING" function: with the stop or with all the CMY filters full (black), consumption cut by 50%.
ON/OFF lamp control from the lighting desk.
115 / 230V switchable Power Supply.
Function reset from the lighting desk.
"HELP" function in the menu.
"MEMO" function.
"AUTOTEST" function.
Possibility to upgrade the software through the DMX 512 input.
ETHERNET connection.
Electronic control on each parameter.
DMX level monitoring on each channel.
Feedback information for each sensor and encoder.
Electronic repositioning of the effects.
Alpha Wash Halo 1200 is an (Silent Version) projector

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Manufacturer of moving lights, effects, and image projectors.

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