Mole Richardson

Mole introduces this year the new 4171 12,000 watt baby Twelver Solarspot.  It has a 17” lens, a tilt out rear door and dramatically improved cooling.  There is an increase on average of 45% over the existing 14” Fresnel and a spread that is reminiscent of the standard 20” 10K’s.

The 6kW DayLite Par is designed for Motion Picture, Television, and Event Professionals worldwide. The combination cast and sheet
aluminum construction features dramatically improved strength and cooling while the Brytal Aluminum parabolic reflector provides over 95% reflectivity. The electronics in the fixture are contained in a low-profile trough totally isolated from the main housing, and feature a swing-out trap door for easy access to the igniter and safety switch. The fixture has visual and tactile focal indicators to determine lamp position and, when used with the interchangeable lenses, the field of light can be fine-tuned for optimum beam control. Other features include: a trough skid for operating and safe transportation; an adjustable yoke pivot point; a locking, hinged front door for easy lamping; and a “pig-tail” style electrical input. Standard on all fixtures are a stainless steel safety screen, spring loaded fourth accessory clip, and variable accessory clip positions located at either 90° or 45°. Compatible with all existing 151/2” accessories.

The MoleLED® 12-Pack fixtures consist of 12 OSRAM KREIOS® LED circuit boards. Each of those 12 boards contain 20 high output LEDs, for a total of 240 individual sources. Unlike existing LED fixtures, the MoleLED® blends these multiple sources into one, soft, single light source. This single source approach renders the light more attractive to the talent and more familiar to the technicians.

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