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Litepanels to Introduce New LED Lighting Products at NAB


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Litepanels' new Inca and Sola 12
Litepanels’ new Inca and Sola 12

LED lighting company, Litepanels will show production models of the largest members of its Fresnel fixture family, the Inca 12 (tungsten balanced) and Sola 12 (daylight balanced) fixtures at NAB Convention in April. These cool-running fixtures combine the performance of large Fresnel fixtures with the advantages of LED technology. Both versions supply controllable illumination comparable to a 2K while using just a small fraction of the energy required by traditional tungsten or daylight Fresnel fixtures. With custom designed, lightweight Fresnel lenses, they emit even, collimated light that is easily controlled manually or via an integrated DMX module to facilitate remote dimming and flood-spot focusing simultaneously.

The new 1×1 LS Bi-Color is the latest in the Litepanels family of flat panel 1×1 fixtures. This versatile light provides dependable, soft, directional output that is adjustable from daylight to tungsten, and 100 percent to zero dimming with no color shift. Color and dimming adjustments are provided via on-fixture knobs. LS Series fixtures maintain features such as flicker-free analog dimming and power by AC or DC, but without studio-specific components such as DMX control for dimming and color changes. The entry-level priced 1×1 LS Bi-Color is ideal for budget-conscious markets.

Litepanels also has three new traveling kits featuring the company’s new 1×1 LS fixtures – the LS Traveler Duo Kit, with one 1×1 LS Flood and one 1×1 LS Spot; the LS Traveler Trio Kit, with two 1×1 LS Floods and one 1×1 LS Spot; and the LS Traveler Trio Plus Kit, with two 1×1 LS Bi-Colors and one 1×1 LS Flood. The kits come with light stands for each fixture and a hard-sided carrying case.

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