LEDWash 300X™

LEDWash 300X™ | ROBE lighting

LEDWash 300X™

Utilizing a new generation of 30% brighter 19 x 15W RGBW multichip LEDs and Robe‘s patented motorized linear zoom 8°– 63°, the LEDWash 300X offers great flexibility with superior homogenization of the light source.
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Light source

19x 15W RGBW LED multichips

Light output

5.580 lm, 4.895 lx @ 5 m

Zoom range

8° - 63°

Effects

3 LED rings control, rainbow effects, tungsten lamp effect, pre-programmed whites

Innovations
DataSwatch™ - inbuilt virtual colour library
DataSwatch™ - inbuilt virtual colour library

The DataSwatch™ inbuilt virtual colour library for Robe LED fixtures consists of up to 237 pre-programmed and calibrated colours and tones, allowing for rapid and accurate programming.

GDTF – General Device Type Format
GDTF – General Device Type Format

The General Device Type Format creates a unified definition for exchange of data for the operation of intelligent luminaries, such as moving lights. The file format is human readable and developed using open source formats.

Tungsten Emulation
Tungsten Emulation

When selected, the luminaire will mimic the colour temperature of a tungsten lamp as you lower the output to produce that classic warm glow.

QVGA Robe Touch Screen Display System
QVGA Robe Touch Screen Display System

The QVGA Robe touch screen display gives full access to all fixture setup and diagnostic functions and is very intuitive to navigate.

Technical Specification

Inspiration

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