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Elation Professional Impression LED

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The Impression is a compact moving head powered by 90 Luxeon K2 LEDs, which emit an output comparable to a 575-watt discharge fixture, yet consume only half the electricity, according to Elation.


Features: additive RGB color mixing with 30 red, 30 green and 30 blue LEDs Impression W/A: all-white with 60 cold white and 30 amber LEDs for variable color temperature control from 3,200k-6,000k.

The company has also made other customized versions of the Impression with different LED layouts: ½ Warm White and Cool White or 1/3 Cool White and 2/3 Warm white for TV / Key lighting applications.

With an output of 60 lumens pet watt, the Impression features 16 bit dimming. Its Luxeon K2 LEDs undergo a strict binning process to ensure the highest consistency in color and performance, according to Elation.

Designed in Germany, the Impression can be mounted on a 14" center and weighs just 16 lbs. Supposedly it can pan 660° in 2 seconds and tilt 300° in 1 second, with smooth, accurate movements.

For more information, visit www.elationlighting.com.
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