PLCyc LED Luminaires are Now Shipping (US)

Building upon the successful technology inside the PL1 and PL3 LED luminaires, Philips Strand Lighting is proud to announce that the Philips Selecon PLCyc LED luminaire is now shipping across North and South America. A breakthrough in cyclorama lighting, the PLCyc delivers smooth and even color in a compact, light-weight design, while using only 150 watts to beautifully illuminate drops up to 16 feet high.

“We are very excited to be shipping the new PLCyc LED luminaire,” said Leonard Miller, Philips Strand Lighting North American Sales Manager. “As we have been demonstrating the fixture to our designers, dealers and end users, we have received nothing short of exceptional feedback on its capabilities and performance.”

Each PLCyc LED luminaire can replace the equivalent of a traditional 4-color, 500W per circuit Cyc light, and with the convenient Powercon cabling system.  For optimum performance, the fixture may be used for either top or bottom lighting while spaced on 4 foot centers. The PLCyc also has an on-board LCD menu system for easy luminaire setup, control, and addressing; plus all PLCyc luminaires support wireless DMX control for instant connections without running any control wiring.

“This light is indeed a breakthrough for the lighting industry,” added Pete Borchetta, Philips Strand Lighting Product Marketing Manager. “By combining infinite color options and high output with low-power requirements, the PLCyc LED luminaire will be an effective tool for lighting designers in any market worldwide.”


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