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Elation adds to KL series

Elation adds to KL series

Elation adds to KL series

The KL Panel uses a 295W RGBW + Lime + Cyan LED array

A full-colour-spectrum soft light has been added to Elation Professional’s KL series of LED luminaires. The KL Panel has been optimised for the colour temperature-adjustable requirements of live productions and is described as an ideal key and fill light source for any situation requiring outstanding performance and colour quality. The KL Panel uses a 295W RGBW + Lime + Cyan LED array to produce soft white or full-colour washes up to 24,000 field lumens at a 100° half-peak angle. It has a CRI of over 95 and colour temperature is adjustable from 2,000–10,000K. Additional colour tuning is possible through a green-shift adjustment and virtual gel library.

Other features include smooth 16-bit dimming all the way to zero and 16-bit selectable dimming curve modes for programming ease, as well as electronic strobe. Adjustable and removable eight-leaf barn doors allow for customised shaping of the beam for more precise illumination and less light spill. It also has a 900Hz – 25kHz LED refresh rate adjustment for flicker-free operation. The luminaire can be mounted on a stand or suspended using any standard clamp or the included Junior pin adapter.

The fixture can be powered remotely through its integrated four-pin XLR 24–36 VDC battery input (battery not included). Professional control options include DMX, Art-Net and sACN. It can also be controlled manually using the included encoders and OLED display, reportedly providing instant control of intensity, colour temperature, green shift and other settings. The integration of Elation’s E-Fly wireless DMX system is said to allow for even more flexibility of use.

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