This point source luminaire gives the user an endless selection of colors and beam angles using theatrical filters. Softer and more natural colors can be achieved via filters due to a wider color band being emitted compared to single colored LEDs. The Precision Alpha is designed with future expandability in mind with the ability to attach additional optical accessories. The Precision Alpha is industrially designed to last in indoor and outdoor environments. Internal driver circuitry ensures constant output over a wide range of input voltages and extends the LED life beyond 50,000 hours.
- Form factor designed to the limit to maximize luminosity / volume - 1W point source LED illumination - 105 lumen output at 5600K - Constant output over wide input voltage range 9VDC-15VDC - Lens attachment allows use with theatrical filters and diffusers - Dual polarity input reduces installation time by allowing user to disregard wire polarity - Modular DC plug with pigtail adapter allows swapping fixtures without cutting wires - 2 wire dimming via PWM, 10%-100% - Water-resistant (IP63) for indoor and outdoor use
- Perfect for space constrained applications - 95% energy savings compared to 20W halogen lamp - Low voltage and minimal heat for improved safety - Easy installation and reconfiguration - No UV or IR emitted - Minimal maintenance required with over 50,000 hour lamp life
Minimum Lead Wire Length (Luminaire Base to Connector)
Minimum Pigtail Extension Length
Current Draw @ 12V
Input PWM Duty Cycle
Input PWM Frequency
Lifetime Rating (>70% Original Brightness)
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How many Darklight Precision Alpha's can you run from one DarkBox Flicker?
You can run up to 8 Darklight Precision Alpha's from one DarkBox Flicker.
What is PWM?
PWM stands for “Pulse Wave Modulation”. The technology is used to control dimming with LED lights. In some cases you can dim LED lights by reducing voltage but a better way (and the only way with some LEDs) is to keep the voltage constant but “pulse” it. That’s what PWM does… it pulses more frequent (bright) or less frequent (dim) 12V voltage to the LED. We offer several controllers based on PWM technology: