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Altman Phoenix 10° Ellipsoidal - 120V - Black Fixture Body

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Altman Phoenix 10° Ellipsoidal - 120V - Black Fixture Body

Features:

  • Compatible with GLA Series 375W, 575W and 750W compact filament lamps
  • 360 degrees rotating barrel
  • Locking shutters and gobo
  • Complete 360 degrees enclosed accessory holder
  • Heat resisting Plano-Convex lenses
  • Aluminum die cast and sheet metal construction
  • Up to 36 Hi-Temp rubber cable as standard
  • Color frame and safety cable with spring clip included
  • Spring mounted dichroic coated glass reflector
  • Tool free interchangeable lens barrels
  • Three 36" Teflon lead wires
  • Made in the USA

Specifications:

  • Housing: Die-cast aluminum construction
  • Materials: Construction employs corrosion-resistant materials and hardware
  • Yoke: Rigid flat steel with dual locking dog tilt handles, two mounting positions, indexed tilt angle markings
  • Reflector: Spring mounted dichroic coated glass, ellipsoidal design
  • Lenses: Color coded crown glass (white plate) lenses provided with anti-reflective coating. Molded front lens made of polymeric plastic for 5 degrees and 10 degrees only
  • Socket: G9.5 medium two-pin or HPL lamp holder, axially mounted, supplied with heat shield. Tool free relamping.
  • Rating: 100, 120, 240 volts AC/DC operation, 6.3/3.1 amps, 750 watts maximum
  • Cable: 36" Teflon leads encased in black fiberglass sleeving, rear cord wrap provided
  • Shutters: Four .037" stainless steel, fully adjustable and lockable. Constructed with oversized heat resistant handles.
  • Access Door: Reversible access door with thumb screws
  • Focusing Lamp: Fully adjustable in three axis with two concentric Ultem 2100 heat resistant knobs
  • Focusing Fixture: Lens barrel travels on nylon glides. Provided with heat resistant lock knob.
Overview:
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Use this calculator to determine either the size of the circle of light, how far away you should place the light, or which degree of lens you should use. Put in two of the values and then hit calculate to find the third value.

Values can be in feet or meters, but both values must match.

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