Osram’s latest addition to their broad HMI family, the HMI Studio, offers a new option to users who work in tungsten color temperatures. The HMI Studio line is a standard HMI lamp with a patented doped UV glass envelope that incorporates a tungsten shift and UV stop, which blocks 99% of UVB and UVC rays.
Because the color is incorporated directly into the lamp, it eliminates the need for color correction accessories, saving time and money, offering a plug and play option for converting daylight fixtures to tungsten. This 90+ CRI lamp will last just as long as the daylight version and is considerably brighter than standard tungsten fixture of similar wattage.
Osram’s workhorse led flood is a solid option when a work light is required. The FLx 90 draws only 90 watts but has the output of a 500-watt halogen lamp, drawing 82% less energy than a standard incandescent fixture of the same light output.
With a 93-degree beam spread and a powerful punch, this is an ideal work light for backstage and front of house. With an IP 65 rating, you can also use it outdoors at the same facility. The FLx 90 also can be dimmed to 15%, adding even more versatility to your toolbox.
SSRC was highlighting their SuperSwitch Relay Panel, 0-10V and DMX controlled LED Index Rail Light, and LED Worklights.
The SuperSwitch Relay Panel uses relay cards in side enclosures attached to a standard breaker panel and is configurable in 6-circuit increments. The relays feature the ability to lock out DMX control locally for service. Another interesting capability they showed was using these 1-pole, 20A relays to control a 3-pole contactor to enable the panel to be used when feeding distribution panels or bussway. For customers looking to add relay control to existing systems, the 6-circuit cards can be mounted in a surface mount backbox with a terminal strip for easy installation.
They also showed both 0-10V (new) and DMX controlled as a replacement for the traditional incandescent offering with medium screw base sockets. The strips have a smaller profile than earlier models and are available with a variety of LED tapes as the illumination source. Control is via 0-10V or DMX for easy integration with architectural or theatrical control system.
Of the many other products they were showing, the folks in the booth made sure to point out their offering of LED Worklights. These are 120/ 277V, non-dimmable units available in 50W, 150W, 200W, and 240W. Color temperatures of 3000k and 5000k are available with a CRI of 80+.