Mole Richardson 10000W MoleBeam Tungsten Projector

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€29,750.00 *
Net Price €25,000.00

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Delivery time 21 Workdays

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Mole Richardson 10000 W MoleBeam Tungsten Projector Type 8371 This Mole Richardson 10,000... more
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Mole Richardson 10000 W MoleBeam Tungsten Projector

Type 8371

This Mole Richardson 10,000 W Mole Richardson MoleBeam Tungsten Projector is designed to provide a brilliant beam of directional light with soft, unfocused, subtle edges. Its perfect balance of directionality and soft beam edges allow lighting professionals to create or "paint" with light without giving away their artificial source. Some great features include unlimited burn positions, adjustable beam from -5° to +15° and silent operation. Multiple units can be used together to imitate a single source from one distant origin. The unit features 3200° Kelvin (Quartz) output, an all glass 24" reflector, UV safety glass and safety screen, an On/Off safety door switch, and the familiar ease-of-use you have come to expect from Mole Richardson.

Mole Richardson MoleBeam technical data

HEAD: Mole Type 8371, 10,000 watts
RATING: 120/240 volts, A.C./D.C., 83.3 amps max.—10,000 watts max
SOCKET: Positive Locking Bipost contacts
SWITCH: 100 Amp, quick-make, quick-break. Mounted in trough
CABLE: Attached 3 ft. #4/1 Entertainment cable with #6/1 ground and MC258G male plug
HEAD CONSTRUCTION: Aluminum with vertical circular interlocking channels for ventilation
YOKE: Tubular Aluminum and Aluminum castings with removable 1 1/8" dia. steel yoke pin
SAFETY GLASS: 24" dia. Flat clear pyrex
REFLECTOR: 243/4" dia. highly reflective parabolic glass mirror
FOCUSING: Knobs, in front and rear of fixture
FINISH: Clear Anodized Aluminum/Maroon Powder Coated Enamel
SIZE: 57,15 cm x 89 cm x 119 cm (22 1/2" x 33 1/2" x 47")
HEAD WEIGHT: 37 kg (79 lbs.)

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