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ProLight 400
  • ProLight 400

ProLight 400

SKU: LA-0797-P400
We weren't satisfied with LED lights available for lightning simulation, so we did something about it. Now the ProLight 200 has been replaced by the ProLight 400!

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$249.00

Description

The ProLight-400 follows on the successful introduction of the ProLight-200, the first LED light designed specifically for lightning simulation. Featuring a 5000º Kelvin color temperature, plus the fast response and low power consumption of an LED, the ProLight-400 adds an additional LED, a brighter light, and a smaller enclosure.

  • Width: 8.25” (10.125” with bracket and knobs)
  • Height: 4.25” (5.75” with bracket )
  • Depth: 3.1” (4” including AC connector on back)
  • Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Field of view: 115º
  • Color temperature: 5000ºK (pure white)
  • Rated Power: 120vac, 1amp
  • Maximum LED wattage: 66 watts. (approx. 400 watt incandescent equivalent)
  • Duty Cycle: Designed for lightning simulation only. Do not use as conventional floodlight.
  • Lumens: Nominal 5,000
  • ProLight is proudly designed and manufactured by Lights Alive in the United States.
Please note that most LED lights and fixtures do not work with our lightning controllers. The ProLight does work with these because it is specially designed to operate as an incandescent light world.
 
Ship Weight: 4 pounds

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Product Faqs

Ask a Question

  • Will the Prolight 400 work with the perfect storm lightning machine?
    Yes, the Prolight 400 will work with the perfect storm lightning machine. It will also work with any standard incandescent light fixture.
  • With what lighting controllers do these lights work, as most of your controllers have a FAQ stating they do not operate LED lighting.
    It is true that most LED lights and fixtures do not work with our lightning controllers. The ProLight does work with these because it is specially designed to operate as an incandescent light world.