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Astera projects to Pluto

Astera projects to Pluto

Astera projects to Pluto

Astera has launched the ProjectionLens for its battery-powered PlutoFresnel LED luminaire, updating the Fresnel to a multifunctional lighting fixture. The ProjectionLens offers precision optics, zoom, accurate shutters for highlighting specific areas and gobos.

Powered by Astera’s full-spectrum, high-rendition Titan LED engine, the PlutoFresnel has an output comparable to a traditional 300W tungsten Fresnel, with power consumption of less than 80W. Weighing 4.5kg, the fixture is suitable for fitting into small and less accessible spaces on sets or stages and also includes multiple rigging options, with a removable handle, foldable legs and YokeBases.

The ProjectionLens has been developed after gathering extensive feedback from event companies, lighting designers and other end users worldwide via Astera’s distribution network. The lens can be installed quickly and efficiently by sliding in and out of the luminaire, and features an integrated manual zoom with a range of 16–36° for projection which can be simply adjusted by twisting the lens barrel.

For clear gobo projection at various distances, two focus wheels are included in the ProjectionLens, with one for standard focus and the other enabling a focus for close-proximity surfaces. The E-Sized gobo holder enables seamless projection of shapes, breakups and other effects and custom logos/gobos, with the projected beam or gobo image aligned and focused by rotating and tilting the lens barrel. The ProjectionLens also features a four-leaf shutter design, offering maximum beam control by allowing the projected and lit areas to be trimmed as needed.

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