03.04.2004 12:00 PM
Videssence introduces the V168-442TT V-Beam fluorescent lamp


The unit’s precisely engineered reflector is high-purity aluminum (99.9 percent) with 95 percent reflectance.

Videssence has introduced the new V168-442TT V-Beam, a compact fluorescent unit that produces 2.4 times more light using 25 percent less wattage and a third fewer lamps than the previous V192-632TT V-Beam.

The unit’s precisely engineered reflector is high-purity aluminum (99.9 percent) with 95 percent reflectance. It focuses the light of four 42-watt Triple Tube fluorescent lamps to provide a powerful, even beam for key lighting in studio applications.

An adjustable mounting yoke allows rotation for ease of focus and may be locked into place. The V168-442TT V-Beam is a 168-watt unit. Its 18x10-inch housing is formed aluminum that is post-painted with TGIC polyester powder coating. A wide range of beam angles may be achieved with zone screen accessories.

For more information, please visit: www.videssence.com.

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