08.11.2009 02:06 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Gekko to launch kedo LED spot lamp

At IBC2009, Gekko will launch kedo, the company’s focusable single-source LED based spot lamp in full production form.

Developed in collaboration with leading lighting designers, kedo is capable of generating millions of individual colors and a range of accurate broad-spectrum whites particularly appropriate to the world of image capture.

Kedo uses Gekko's kleer-color light engine, which is a single multichip LED array. Consistent color quality from lamp to lamp is achieved using a combination of precise calibration and closed-loop feedback.

Output is optimised at 3200 degrees Kelvin and 5600 degrees Kelvin in comparison to a high-quality reference source. There is no color shift through the dimming range. Output and color temperature can be controlled with the intuitive interface on the rear of the lamp or via DMX.

See Gekko Technology at IBC2009 in Stand 11.F75.

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