ZCL 360i

Code: 1236100147

 

The ZCL 360i™ is an amazing single beam moving effect luminaire featuring a single 90W RGBW 4-in-1 LED and a zoom range from 4° to 44°. It features fast and precise 16-bit continuous full 360° pan and tilt rotation, variable dimming curves, DMX, RDM (Remote Device Management), KlingNET™ and Art-NET (DMX over Ethernet) support, 5pin DMX in/out, RJ45 etherCON in/out and powerCON in/out connections, flicker free operation for TV and Film, 6 button control full color 180° reversible menu display, 101W max power consumption and a multi-voltage universal auto switching power supply (100-240V).

FEATURES
Versatile Single Beam Moving Effect Luminaire
Zooming Collimator Lens
Fast and Precise 16-Bit Continuous 360° Pan/Tilt Rotation 
Wide 4° To 44° Zoom Range
90W RGBW 4-in1 LED
Variable Dimming Curves
Flicker Free Operation for TV and Film
KlingNET™ and Art-NET (DMX over Ethernet)
RDM – Remote Device Management
 
SOURCE
90W RGBW 4-in-1 LED
100,000 Hour Average LED Life*
 
PHOTOMETRIC DATA
11,123 LUX 1,033 FC @ 9.8’ (3m) (Min. Zoom)
483 LUX 45 FC @ 9.8’ (3m) (Max. Zoom)
 
EFFECTS
Fast and Precise 16-Bit Continuous 360° Pan/Tilt Rotation 
Strobe: 1-18fps
Dimming: 0% - 100%
Variable Dimming Curves
 
COLOR
RGBW
 
CONTROL / CONNECTIONS
(3) DMX Channel Modes (17 / 19 / 21)
RDM (Remote Device Management)
6 Button Touch Control Panel
Full Color 180° Reversible LCD Menu Display
Battery Powered Menu Display
8 / 16 Bit Resolution Adjustable Movement
5pin DMX In/Out
RJ45 etherCON In/Out (KlingNET™ / Art-NET)
powerCON Power In/Out
 
SIZE / WEIGHT
Length: 8.7” (222mm)
Width: 7.3” (186mm)
Vertical Height: 13.2” (336mm)
Weight: 13.0 lbs. (5.9 kg)
 
ELECTRICAL / THERMAL
AC 100-240V - 50/60Hz
101W Max Power Consumption
14°F to 113°F (-10°C to 45°C)
 
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
1521000301 Touring Case 4x ZCL 360i
1521000302 PRO Case 4x ZCL 360i
1521000303 Touring Case 6x ZCL 360i
1521000304 PRO Case 6x ZCL 360i
1322000060 C-Loader II
 
*LED Life may vary depending on several factors including but not limited to: Environmental Conditions, Power/Voltage, Usage Patterns (On-Off Cycling), Control, and Dimming.