Designed to the same high standards as the rest of Robert Juliat's followspot family, Lancelot's innovative optical train improves on the power and very long throw capabilities of its smaller counterparts.
Lancelot is now the benchmark fixture for big events and concerts where its innovative technology, outstanding light output and extremely flat beam set new standards for both followspots and automated lighting products.
Indeed, Lancelot is not just another very long-throw followspot. An unequalled range of modular accessories, manual or motorised, can be added to make it the most powerful long-throw effects projector ever built.
|Product Name||Lancelot 4K Discharge|
|Model Number||Lancelot 4K Discharge|
Source: 4000 W HTI
Beam Angle: 2° to 5°
Separate PSU - compact for easy handling and rapid maintenance
Electronic hot restrike PSU
One handed dim, pan and tilt
DMX control of motorised dimmer shutter, progressive frost and colours - effects synchronising remotely with pinpoint accuracy
Fast-locking focus handle for quick and easy change of beam size
Highly efficient multi-zone cooling of lamp house and oversized lamp holder heat-sinks for maximum reliability and durability
Removable full-closing iris
Glass and metal gobo holder
Frost filter on lever for quick soft-edge effect
6-way self-cancelling boomerang colour changer
Stand with smooth rotation for optimum performance
580 mm x 2005 mm x 635 mm (h x l x w)
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