The Hydro Profile is ADJ’s first weatherproof moving head profile fixture, which combines a potent 660-Watt cool white LED light engine with an expansive feature set to deliver a truly powerful and versatile luminaire. It is part of ADJ’s Hydro Series of robust IP65-rated moving heads, which are all designed for a demanding life on the road. They can be used outdoors in any weather as well as for indoor productions where they are protected against everything from dust and smoke residue to spilt drinks and humidity. Heading up the Hydro Profile’s collection of beam-shaping tools is a 4-blade framing system. Each shutter is controlled using two independent motors, one for each side, which allows the individual blades to be applied at any desired angle. In addition, rotation of the combined shutter assembly means the shape created using the four shutters can be precisely positioned. Further manipulation of the output is provided by a motorized zoom function, which can be used to alter the beam angle between 6 and 45-degrees. An even narrower beam can then be achieved utilizing the motorized iris, which also offers automated pulsing effects. In addition, the fixture offers two frost filters, a heavy filter for creating a wash output and a medium filter for blurring the edges of GOBOs. An almost unlimited variety of aerial effects and surface pattern projections can be created using the Focus Profile. It features two independent GOBO wheels, one with 6 indexed, rotatable patterns and the other with 7 fixed patterns, all of which are replaceable. It also incorporates two indexed, rotatable prisms – 6-facet circular and 5-facet linear – as well as an animation wheel. Any desired color can also be selected thanks to a CMY color mixing system with additional CTO flag. The fixture also offers a separate 6-position color wheel which is loaded with a selection of useful dichroics, including CTB and High CRI filters. The colors are all replaceable, allowing for the use of custom filters should a very specific shade or hue by required for a specific production.Source: • 660W Cool White LED Engine (50,000 hr.) • 25,000+ Lumens Features: • Motorized Focus • 2 Frost Filters • Motorized Zoom: 6 ~ 45 degrees • 4 Blade Framing System (Rotatable) • Iris • Animation Wheel • 2 Prism FX: Rotating 5-facet Linear & rotating 6-facet Circular • 0-100% smooth dimming • Various strobe speeds • USB firmware update port • 2 cooling fans Color: • CMY color mixing system • Variable CTO flag • Color wheel with 6 dichroic colors + white (includes CTB and High CRI filters) • Colors on wheel are removable and replaceable Gobo Wheels: • (1) Rotating Gobo wheel with 6 Gobos • (1) Static Gobo wheel with 7 Gobos• All Gobo’s are replaceable • Gobo Shake Effect on both wheels • Aluminum Gobo size: 23mm (outer); 19mm (viewable); 0.5mm (thickness) • Glass gobo size: 23mm (outer); 19mm (viewable); 3.3mm (thickness) Prism Wheel: • Prism Wheel 1: Rotatable 6-facet Circular • Prism Wheel 2: Rotatable 5-facet Linear • Both Prisms are indexable Frost Filters: • Frost 1: Heavy frost for wash effect • Frost 2: Medium frost creates lightly blurred edges for Gobo and Prism FX Control: • 3 DMX Channel Modes: 35/48/55 • Color LCD display with 6-button function menu • Control Mode: DMX512 or internal programs • 6 Dim Modes: Standard, Stage, TV, Architectural, Theatre, Stage2 • 4 Dim Curves: Square, Linear, Inv. Square and S. Curve • Selectable LED Refresh Rates (900 Hz~25K Hz) • 0-100% smooth dimming • Various strobe speeds • With Wired Digital Communication Network • RDM (Remote Device Management) Pan/Tilt: • Pan: 630 degrees • Tilt: 270 degrees Connections: • DMX Connections: 5-pin XLR In/Out • Power Connections: IP65 PowerLock Input Electrical: • Multi-voltage operation: 90-240V, 50/60Hz • Max power consumption: 660W Dimensions & Weight: • Dimensions (LxWxH): 310x432x720mm• Weight: 37kg Included accessories:• Omega Bracket • 1.83M locking power cable Approvals / Rating: ETL Approved / CE Certified IP65 with Marine Coated Exterior and conformal coated PCBs
Profile Spotlights: The profile spotlight is used to project a clearly delimited illuminated area. The demarcation to the dark areas is precise and exact. There are profile spotlights with manual or automatic focus. Many models with automatic focus also offer color wheels or gobo wheels for projecting patterns or figures. FR Fresnel Lights: The FR Fresnel spotlight casts a rather harsh light. Which has the advantage that the headlight illuminates well and evenly even over longer distances. It is mainly used in the theater or film productions.
The PAR spotlight is a spotlight which was mainly used in event lighting until a few years ago. Due to the modern LED technology, these original PAR cans are rarely found. The housings are divided into PAR 16, 20, 30, 36, 38, 56 and 64 according to its size. PAR 56 and 64 were the most common forms that were used for area illumination and the PAR 36 was used as a pinspot.
In contrast to conventional PAR spotlights, modern LED lights use special light-emitting diodes, so-called LEDs, instead of conventional lamps. A major advantage of LED technology is its low power consumption and long service life. A low heat build-up makes it easier to work with and in front of the headlight. With RGB color mixing, up to 16.5 million colors can be displayed and a wide variety of white tones from cold white to warm white. Everything perfectly coordinated for your application. These so-called 'flat' lights are LED headlights with a narrow, flat housing. LED lighting for the outside area. With IP65, the outdoor spotlight can be placed outdoors without hesitation, in rain and snow even for a longer period of time
LED bars are headlights in a narrow, elongated shape. They provide width, indirect lighting. Due to the low installation depth, the LED bar can be easily hidden. Some models can also create matrix effects, which then serve as eye-catchers at every party.
Scanner and Moving Heads
Scanner and Moving Heads are the devices for moving light in a room. The scanner is a spotlight whose light beam is deflected by an electromechanically movable mirror. The moving head is a head-moving spotlight that can be swiveled around two axes. In contrast to the scanner, the moving head moves the entire "head" including the light source. Whereas with the scanner the light source is fixed and the mirror or mirror roller moves.
LED Follow Spots
The Follow Spot is a special form of the profile spotlight, which is used for example to put the actor in the limelight on a stage, in film, television or shows. The Follow Spot sends out a strong, precise beam of light that only highlights the desired section and leaves the rest in the dark. The spotlight follows the movements of the actor.