New@NAB: BB&S Intro’s New Lighting Fixtures at NAB in C8549

New@NAB: BB&S Intro’s New Lighting Fixtures at NAB in C8549

BB&S Lighting
Effective: April 6, 2018

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BB&S Lighting will return to the 2018 NAB with a bevy of new products as well as its tried and true LED lighting lineup.

The new Force 7 LED LEKO delivers 750 Watt-equivalent output while drawing just 185W at maximum—with a color friendly 97 CRI. It provides smooth, even, edge-to-edge lighting with no hotspots; no double shadows when using a gobo. The 48V system provides smooth dimming down to zero. Plus, its silent fan puts out half the decibels of other LEKOs.

Along with the Force 7 LEKO, attendees will see a demonstration of the illuminating CRLS (Cine Reflect Lighting System). CRLS maker, The Light Bridge has selected the Force 7 as the optimum source for their system, which employs proprietary high efficiency reflectors to make diffused light easier to control and modulate, offering creative ways to paint with light and shadow.

BB&S adds 3’ and 4’ Pipeline Free remote phosphor LED lighting fixtures, increasing the versatility of this cylindrical pipe-style lighting that is popular for broadcast studios, motion pictures, and video of all types. The new 3’ and 4’ (914mm, 1219mm) sizes join the existing 4″, 8″, 1’, and 2’ (101mm, 203mm, 305mm, 610mm) Pipes. Pipeline Free Remote phosphor fixtures feature inline driver/dimmers to operate stand-alone. Each length is available in 3200°K, 4300°K or 5600°K color temperatures.

Also being introduced is the Pipeline 1’ 1-Bank Wedge, which comes in either a black or white colored fixture. With a color-true 98 TLCI, it is available in 1’ and 2’ lengths. At 3200K, 4300K and 5600K, these handy banks are ideal for broadcast desks and special installs requiring high output in small spaces. Control is via the Pipeline 4-Way Controller with built in DMX. Optional honeycomb grids are available.

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