Prism Projection launches RevEAL Studio.3

Thursday, 2 August 2012

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USA - Prism Projection has announced the launch of the third generation of their popular Studio LED fixture. The RevEAL Studio.3 Fresnel works just like a traditional Fresnel with standard barn doors to shape the beam, produces more lumens of light, and has a wider zoom range, says the company.

Building on the previous generations of the RevEAL Studio and responding to the feedback of lighting designers, Prism has expanded the feature set of the Studio.3 LED Fresnel to make it a true replacement for a comparable tungsten fixture. The Studio.3 produces 9,700 lumens; has a tunable Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) of 2,700-8,000K; enhanced white +/- correction; and a spot to flood range of 10°-90°. All produced by the energy efficient and long lasting solid-state Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) paired with Prism's proprietary TrueSource control algorithms and projection optics.

"We've engineered the source optics to enable the Studio.3 to work with barn doors as well as allow for the tighter spot and actually increase the lumen output," explains Garrett Young, founder and president of Prism Projection. "Both the colour-changing Studio.1 and Studio.2 will still be available in the Prism RevEAL line alongside the Studio.3, giving people the choice of the right tool for their particular application."

Recently, KCET (Los Angeles) and UTTV (San Diego) television stations have chosen the RevEAL Studio.3 and Profile luminaires for their LED lighting upgrades.

The Studio.3 reacts to the cuts and shaping of barn doors the same as a conventional Fresnel fixture and is the same form factor as a traditional 8" Fresnel. With a total power draw of 200-watts, the Studio.3 is comparable to a 2kW Fresnel with a tungsten source. "We wanted to give lighting designers the ability to use our products in a similar manner that they are used to working," says Young.

(Jim Evans)


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