These fixtures are in good working condition. They come with a power supply w/ built-in case, 50' head feeder cable, L21-30 to Camlock AC feeder cable, and a road case for the fixture.
The lamp head optical system utilizes a unique 2000 watt short-arc xenon lamp and a high efficiency short focal length electroformed parabolic reflector to produce an intense beam of collimated daylight-balanced light.,The optical system also encompasses a motorized focus mechanism that allows the beam angle to be adjusted from the lamp head, ballast, or from a remote location when using the optional remote control system. Power control switches located on the rear of the lamp head allow the lamp to be ignited and extinguished at the lamp head as well as the ballast and in remote control locations.
The ballast output supplies DC current with no AC line ripple. This pure DC output produces an unvarying light from the lamp allowing use of any shutter speed without concerns of synchronizing the camera with the line frequency. The stability of the ballast output also makes unnecessary the use of a crystal synchronized generator. Overall, this is an ideal light source for high speed and special effects photography applications.
(1) 2kW Xenon Britelight
(1) Power Supply (Built-In Case)
(1) 50' Head Feeder Cable
(1) L21-30 to Camlock AC Feeder Cable
(1) Road Case for fixture
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