The fantastic new Diva-Lite LED from Kino Fo has two Menu options. Those who prefer to work with white light can use the "white menu" that gives the user access to Dimming, Kelvin and Green/Magenta control channels.
Those who want additional features can switch over to the new "color menu". In the color menu, the Kelvin range travels from 2500K tungsten to 9900K daylight, and Kino Flo has set up a fourth channel called Gel. The Gel channel includes Kino Flo colors to match Candle Flame, Warm White, Cool White, Sodium Vapor, Mercury Vapor, 20K Blue Sky, Green Screen and Blue screen.
In addition, there is a range of gels that can be applied to any Kelvin setting. Simply scroll through the menu to choose up to 105 well-known lighting gels.
In the color menu, there is also a fifth channel called Hue Angle and sixth channel, Saturation. These two channels behave similar to a traditional color wheel, where you have white light in the center, the Hue angle determines the color along a 360-degree range, and Saturation determines how much color is applied. For example, if a user wants to review the choices,they can set Saturation to 100% and scroll through 360-degrees of color to choose the desired hue, and adjust the Saturation to their liking. Reducing the saturation to "0" will take the settings back to white light.
Kino Flo's new Diva-Lite LED also comes with standard DMX and wireless DMX (Lumen Radio®), 24VDC input, and universal voltage input 100-240VAC.
The Diva-Lite LED DMX operates on universal AC power or battery power and needs only 1.3A at 120VAC or 7A at 24VDC
(Diva-Lite LED 30). The Diva-Lite LED’s cost savings from low energy and long LED life continues Kino Flo’s reputation as an environmentally friendly lighting company.
The Diva-Lite LED is comprised of a lightweight fixture design with built-in barndoors and a removable 90° honeycomb louver. The center mount with baby receiver lollipop can mount directly onto a baby stand or hang from a grid with a baby pipe clamp. The Diva-Lite LED features onboard state of the art electronics with presets and tunable Kelvin from 2700K to 6500K with extended Kelvin color range from 2500K to 9900K. Light levels do not change when selecting Kelvin settings. In addition to Green/Magenta control, the Diva-Lite LED includes Kino Flo presets and Gels, Hue angle and Saturation adjustments. With built-in DMX and Lumen Radio® receivers, the Diva-Lite LED’s can be controlled by DMX and/or DMX wireless. With universal input at 100-240VAC, the Diva-Lite LED 30 uses only 1.3A at 120VAC or 7A at 24VDC. The unique all-in one features and portable design make the Diva-Lite LED a versatile tool in the studio or on location.
LED’s are well known as being energy efficient, lasting for thousands of hours. While Kino Flo’s Diva-Lite LED also has a long LED life,
the Diva-Lite LED’s unique design will maintain its color-correct color temperature.
As with all Kino Flo products, the Diva-Lite LED has been specially formulated to match the spectral distribution curves of today’s HD film and video equipment. The Diva-Lite LED has a high color rendering index of CRI 95. Even while dimming, the fixture is flicker-free and without color shift.
For Kino Flo, heat management is a critical design element of fixture design. The physical heat or buildup heat within the LED fixture will directly influence the color temperature, lumen performance and life of an LED.
The Diva-Lite LED’s unique design operates coolly, consumes very low energy (1.3A, 120VAC) and is properly ventilated to maintain a stable color temperature.
A well maintained temperature extends the lumen maintenance, color temperature and life of an LED.
Cost savings cover a broad range of concerns:
Lower energy costs
Less heat so lower air conditioning expenses
With the push for reducing fossil fuel consumption, TV studios are looking at cooler more efficient lighting systems to reduce the costs and save energy. Part of this process involves generating energy values to determine savings. One of the most important values is Btu/kWh.
Any light generates a percentage of usable light and the rest in heat. For example, a standard incandescent light bulb converts only 11 percent of its electrical input into visible light, while the rest is dissipated directly as heat. There are energy costs involved in cooling the studio environment. The measure of Btu/kWh is a means of calculating the thermal loads related to operating lighting.
Use the following information to calculate Btu/kWh Watts to Btu:
1 kWh = 3413 Btu/Hr
1 Watt = 3.413 Btu/Hr
3.413 Btu per Watt-hour
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|Type of Lamphead||LED|
|Number of Heads||1|
|Size||61 x 35.5 x 12.7 cm, 24 x 14 x 5 inches|
|Mounting||360 degree mounting from centre Mount|
|Power Source||Universal Input 100VAC-240VAC or 24VDC|
|Packed Size||Size Including Case 76 x 27 x 53 cm (30 x 10.5 x 21 inches)|
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