PLASA 2012: Altman promotes Chalice downlight
17 August 2012
UK - Altman Lighting's Chalice is a 100w LED sourced downlight designed for use in both theatrical and architectural applications. Chalice's spun aluminium housing is lightweight at 8.5lbs and at 10" wide by 12" tall Chalice offers an unobtrusive, low profile look.
Chalice offers DMX controlled 3000K, RGBA, RGBW and 3000K-6000K variable colour temperature LED arrays, all rated at 50,000 hours. Custom populated LED arrays are also available.
DMX controlled, the Chalice features eight or 16 bit personalities to ensure a smooth dimming curve at low intensity levels with a built-in fixed colour mode that will maintain last look should power be lost. Chalice features an on board 100-240v power supply for compatibility in all global markets and, like all Altman LED fixtures, Chalice is convection cooled with no fans to replace or maintain.
A wide variety of mounting options are available to accommodate every application. Chalice offers maximum flexibility for any installation by offering nine lenses to provide the appropriate beam spread at any mounting height. Chalice utilizes standard 8" VNSP, NSP, MFL, WFL and XWFL PAR64 lenses as well as 20°, 30° and 60° conical lenses and P95 frosted acrylic.
Chalice is available in standard finishes of white, black or silver with custom paint options available by request.
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