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PR Lighting boosts architectural range

Andrew Brister 10 August 2011
PR Lighting boosts architectural range

PR Lighting has intensified its penetration of the architectural lighting market with the release of the PR-8800 and PR-8802. The new models create vibrant outdoor colour changes with the added possibility of wireless DMX control.

The PR-8800’s design includes an outdoor IP67 waterproof rating, an advanced RGB colour mixing system and automatic environmental brightness adjustment. It has already obtained an exterior design patent.

Containing 108 x 3W LEDs (27 of each RGBW) and linear colour temperature correction, it has a power consumption of 350 W at 220V and a lamp lifetime of 50,000 hours. Other features include 0-100% linear adjustable dimmer; 0-20 fps strobe; field angle of 28°(with optional 26° and 56°) and beam angle of 14° (with optional 8° and 45°); DMX512 (and wireless) control, with 16 recallable preset and 16 user memories. The DMX mode, setting status, operation mode and user’s memory data can be transmitted by synchronous control.

The PR-8800 is housed in a high strength cast aluminium chassis, measures 706mm x 293mm x 339mm and weighs 17kg.

The PR-8802 resembles the PR-8800 but has two stacked ‘heads’, containing a total of 216 x 3W LEDs (54 each RGBW) and double the power rating. It also boasts the same characteristics (including IP67 rating), but the lens angle is 14° (field angle 32°) while the fixture measures 726mm x 513mm x 666mm and weight 27kg.

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