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New SGM P6 Floods out on their first hire


Our new SGM P6 Units have been very well received on their inaugural hire with our friends at Production 78

Production 78 provide the technical support for the St Fagans Museum, Halloween Nights Event

Utilising our 20500 lumen SGM P6 units they were able to uplight the historical buildings throughout the museum site with saturated colours.

SGM P6 - Wash / Strobe / Flood / Pixel / Blinder LED light

  • IP66-rated 10º RGBW LED luminaire with 20500 lumen
  • 24 x 24W LEDs with 6 individually controllable segments
  • High lux performance in a compact assembly
  • High-quality dimming performance with color filter emulation
  • CTC linear control from 2,000K to 10,000K
  • Different beam angles available via magnetic easy-fit holographic filter frames
  • Lightweight and maintenance-free
  • User friendly display, wireless control, and integrated handle

The P-6 combines the compact size and low power consumption of the P-5 series with the unique optical design and ergonomy of the P-10. This all-in-one LED luminaire features pixel-mapping control, long-throw capabilities with native 10º front lens, and all the benefits of magnetic easy-fit filter frames. It is a wash light, a strobe, and a blinder in a lightweight and robust design: a must-have multi-purpose LED fixture.





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