Prism releases the RevEAL Profile Junior

Thursday, 10 January 2013
Prism releases the RevEAL Profile JuniorThe Profile Junior is a compact 10,000 lumen LED profile spot
USA - Prism Projection's recently introduced RevEAL Profile Junior, a compact version of its industry award-winning RevEAL Profile LED luminaire offers 10,000 lumens and equally impressive optics.

The Profile Junior is a compact 10,000 lumen LED profile spot; in fact its size and weight are similar to conventional tungsten-sourced ellipsoidals, yet its output exceeds conventional 575W ellipsoidals. This new compact design of the Profile Junior is offered in three versions; a tunable 2,800-6,500K, 3200K and 5600K white light. As with all Prism LED products, the Prism Junior utilizes the patented TrueSource technology along with its advanced thermal management system.

The Profile Junior, along with the original Profile, is ready right now for use in a wide range of applications including long throw front of house lighting positions

"The RevEAL Profile Junior caught my eye at LDI; it is just what we're looking for to be a workhorse unit in our new black box space," explains Doug Witney, director of production services at the Centrefor the Arts at Virginia Tech. "I think that out of all the LED ellipsoidal-style units that are coming onto the market currently, this one has the best characteristics in terms of emulating a traditional Source Four. I think that the Prism approach of going with powerful single source is optically the best choice; it actually gives you what you're looking for with a lens system. The Profile Junior is easily operating optically more like what you would desire than the other LED units that are on the market which are using either multiple LEDs or multiple fields. The characteristics that you want from a light don't change just because your source type is changing."

The Prism Profile Junior utilizes existing standard ETC Source Four lens tubes matched with Prism's high output performance. It doesn't require the ETC Extended Definition Lens Tubes (EDLT) to achieve a high output.

(Jim Evans)


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