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New Hedler Profilux LED 1000 X Unit

There's a new LED light joining the photography lighting line-up manufactured by Hedler.

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Hedler Profilux LED 1000 X Light


Flaghead has added a new continuous light unit from Hedler to its studio lighting line-up that features a floodlit head and a built-in ballast pack. 

The HEDLER Profilux 1000 X LED A is a continuous light source that uses one high-power single LED unit with a daylight colour temperature of approximately 5600K and a CRI > 95. The fan cooling system is very quiet and the light also has a cooling system for the LED which has an average lifetime of approx. 50000 hours. The light beam that's produced is very low in heat and the unit is compatible with all existing Hedler reflectors and softboxes.

More features include: LED soft start, digital display with light output power indicator, dimmable from 5% up to 100% light output, service indicator and status LEDs, integrated electronic ballast, fan control automatic and manual, recalibration option, automatic mains voltage recognition, multi-voltage from 100 up to 240V, integrated overheat protection, integrated LED safety switch-off and an integrated operation-hour counter.

Visit the Flaghead website for more information. 

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