Used A.leda B-EYE K20 | For Sale Item# 46878

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A.leda B-EYE K20

A.leda B-EYE K20

A.LEDA B-EYE K20
Perfect Wash, Amazing Beam, Spectacular Graphic Effects

The A.leda B-EYE K20 is a high performance wash light, a breathtaking beam light, and a creator of completely new spectacular Visual Effects. Its unparalleled versatility makes it an extremely interesting creative tool for all lighting designers.
The B-EYE is first and foremost an excellent quality wash light. It is able to wash surfaces with colors at any distance, making the most of its light source. The B-EYE is at least 20% brighter than any LED-wash with the same rated power, thanks to its special optical unit with a truly amazing lumen/watt ratio, designed and built by Clay Paky. The zoom ranges from 4 to 60 and it is therefore suitable both for environments with low ceilings (small theatres and TV studios, for example), where large angles are extremely useful, and for shows in arenas or large environments, where a tight zoom is perfect.
When the B-EYE beam is zoomed down to 4, the "wash" light turns into a "beam" fixture. The B-EYE therefore becomes a surprising mid-air parallel effect light, capable of generating a pulsating beam of micro-rays, which may be controlled individually, each with its own colors and shades. All the parameters of each LED can be completely controlled.
Lastly, the B-EYE K20 introduces a completely new feature: the front lens may be rotated to create lots of small bright compositions, which may be opened and closed like petals. By adding colors and dynamic graphics, the B-EYE generates never-seen-before graphic light effects.

Source Type: RGBW LEDs
LED Nominal Wattage: 15W
Number of LEDs: 37
Versatile, three operating modes: wash, beam, FX effect
Unique optical system, featuring unmatched zoom range (4-60) and even light spread
Individual LED Control for each parameter
Invisible front grid
Beam edge softening control (in wash mode)
Exclusive parallel beam consisting of an array of individually controllable micro-beams
Enhanced electronic engine for dynamic beam pattern design, with digital accuracy and repeatability
Rotating front lens for countless vortex effects, for aerial or "kaleidoscopic" projection use
White CT Emulation 2500-8000K
RGB auto-tuning to lamp CT Emulation
Tungsten Lamp Emulation

Clay Paky

Manufacturer of moving lights, effects, and image projectors.

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