Elation Proteus Rayzor 1960 now shipping
Monday, 14 November 2022
proteus-rayzor-1960The Proteus Rayzor 1960 is driven by 19 x 60W RGBW LEDs - all independently controllable
USA - When lighting designers are looking for a workhorse washlight but also want something novel to add to their designs they often turn to the Proteus Rayzor 760, Elation’s popular LED wash, mid-air, and specialty effect light in one. Now available and shipping is the Proteus Rayzor 1960, a more powerful big brother that ‘opens up its distinct visual qualities to shows and productions of every scale’. With the power to handle long-throw applications, the Proteus Rayzor 1960 is part of Elation’s Proteus line of IP65 luminaires for use under adverse conditions and in any environment.
The Proteus Rayzor 1960 is driven by 19 x 60W RGBW LEDs - all independently controllable. The fixture produces an intense and well-defined beam of over 18000 lumens. It can zoom tight to 5ﹾ for a very narrow collimated beam or spread wide to 55ﹾ for even stage coverage. The Zoom Overdrive allows the zoom to move past the optical system’s narrowest point, providing extremely narrow collimated beams for impressive aerial effects and extra punch.
The unit’s RGBW colour mixing offers a wide range of saturated colours, pastel shades and several unique colour macros are included for programming convenience. The fixture comes with a selection of linear colour temperature pre-sets from 2,700-8,000K which combined with the abundance of colour possibilities makes the Proteus Rayzor 1960 an excellent colour matching unit. Dimming of the LED engine is smooth and stepless with variable 16-bit dimming curve modes available to suit any application.
With its 19 cells and large diameter front lens, designers can use its individual pixel control to create a variety of aesthetically unique eye candy looks, a design element that decorates any stage and looks great on camera. The oversized front lenses create a large surface that is enhanced by Elation’s exclusive SparkLED technology.

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