HARMAN’s Martin Professional :RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom Lighting Fixture

MARTIN_RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom_MAINHARMAN’s Martin Professional today announced the new RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom lighting fixture is now shipping. Introduced at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2015 in Amsterdam, the RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom is a single-lens LED PAR Can with fully pre-mixed white color temperatures for a range of applications in the installation and entertainment markets.

“As the latest addition to our RUSH by Martin line of affordable effect lighting, the RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom offers lighting designers full flexibility for installations ranging from nightclubs and theatres to conferences and exhibitions,” said Mark Buss, Product Manager for RUSH by Martin.

The luminaire is housed in a black aluminum frame and uses twelve 10 W WW/CW (warm white and cold white) LEDs for white color washes that can be pre-mixed from 2,700K to 7,800 K. A motorized zoom of 10 to 60 degrees ensures beams produced by the fixture maintain a hard edge without sacrificing lumens. The fixture also features electronic dimming and variable strobe effects as well as a 3 unique temperature-controlled cooling system that ensures smooth, low-noise operation.

The RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom also uses a unique forced air temperature-regulated cooling system to ensure smooth, low-noise operation and boasts an estimated LED lifetime of 50,000 hours. Additionally, the fixture is controllable via both DMX (5-pin XLR) and a stand-alone function that uses an onboard LCD display control panel.

To see the RUSH PAR 2 CT Zoom in action, please visit: https://youtu.be/E6Jy6vIS3zA

For more information on RUSH by Martin, please visit: www.martin.com


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