Aputure Accent RGB Light Bulb - 4 units available

20,00 €Preço

Temos disponível para alugar o Aputure Accent RGB Colour Mixing Smart LED Light Bulb.

We have available for rent the Aputure Accent RGB Colour Mixing Smart LED Light Bulb.

 

4 units available

 

Included:

  • 1x Aputure Accent B7c RGBWW Light Bulb

 

Characteristics:

  • Colour Temperature: 2,000K - 10,000K
  • CRI: 95+ (2,500 - 10,000K)
  • TLCI: 96+ (2,500 - 10,000K)
  • CQS: 95+
  • SSI (Tungsten): 85
  • SSI (D55): 74
  • Lumens: 570
  • Lamp Socket Type: E26/E27
  • Control Mathods: On-board Controls, Sidus Link App
  • Wireless Connectivity: Bluetooth Mesh
  • Operating Voltage: 100V~240V
  • Operating Current: 0.12A
  • Maximum LED Output: 7W
  • Maximum Power Draw: 9W
  • Operating Temperature: -10 to 40° C
  • he Accent B7c is an RGB colour mixing LED light bulb, and is the first product in Aputure’s new Accent line of practical LED fixtures. Using the same colour mixing technology as the Nova P300c, the B7c boasts the same 2,000K - 10,000K colour temperature, and professional level colour reproduction, with the ability to achieve an SSI score as high as 85 in tungsten. The B7c utilises a mere 7W LED output to create a 50W household tungsten light bulb equivalent.

    The Accent B7c is the first colour mixing smart bulb to utilise a built in battery, allowing it to run for over 70 minutes at maximum output, making it suitable for an immense number of use cases. To enhance the on set workflow efficiency, the B7c is also the first smart bulb to include on board control buttons, making toggling between CCT presets and adjusting brightness incredibly simple. And with Sidus Link Bluetooth App compatibility, users can easily control multiple B7c bulbs from a smartphone or iPad, and unlock the B7c’s fine tunable colour capabilities.

 

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