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VL4000 BeamWash
VL4000 BeamWash
VL4000 BeamWash
Item#: 2097040002
$16,666.00

Product Description:
VariLite VL4000 BeamWash, Includes 1200W Short Arc Lamp

The VL4000 BeamWash follows on the success of the VL4000 Spot by providing designers, rental companies, venues and productions with a multi-purpose luminaire offering further unlimited possibilities without compromises. Sharing many of the VL4000 Spot design principles, the VL4000 BeamWash combines stunning wash capabilities with intense beam functionality as well as the ability to produce a powerful collimated shaft of light. Now, one single unit can serve multiple uses without changing lenses or adding additional fixtures. Complete with low ambient noise, high lumen output, and amazing optics, the VL4000 BeamWash is the perfect luminaire for wash, beam, and shaft looks on any stage.

The VL4000 BeamWash produces an amazing 43,000 lumens using a 1200W Philips lamp in Standard mode, and the DMX selectable Studio mode produces 35,000 lumens in near silence. The luminaire’s beautiful 10 inch front lens illuminates fully providing incredible point-of-source imagery. High-quality 36 volt pan and tilt motors ensure both amazingly fast and impressively slow movement abilities.

When used in wash mode, the luminaire provides a remarkably even wash of intense light with variable hot spot/edge control. The 10 to 60 degree zoom range allows for a broad range of usage, while the indexable and rotating beam shaping alters the output from round to elliptical. The hot spot and edge of the wash output can be further adjusted with ease from any DMX lighting console.

By simply adjusting a DMX value, the VL4000 BeamWash shifts from a soft wash to an intense beam luminaire with an amazing 4 to 40 degree beam angle. A multitude of images are available from two seven position gobo wheels and a variable animation wheel. A high speed mechanical iris and an independent 5-facet rotating step prism further add to the graphical abilities whether used to create stunning aerials or exciting projections. A unique lenticular feature allows the output to be further modified to create a rectangular hard edge or extruded gobo imagery.