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Astera Hyperion Tube

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Astera - hyperion - 32 pixels - RGBMA - lumen radio

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Astera Hyperion Pixel tube

Introducing Astera's newest product, the Hyperion Pixel tube. The Hyperion measures at a length 79.96 inches with double the batteries, double the pixels, double the brightness with all the same wireless capabilities as the Astera titan tube. The Hyperion will also have the back display to easily control the light configuration such as hue, saturation, and intensity. The Hyperion tube was specially designed for the the Film, Broadcasting, and Cinema industries with its ultra high TLCI and CRI while providing a high lumen output!

Each Hyperion tube includes:
1x stand
2x holders
2x cotter pins for the holders
2x eyebolts
1x tube plug

Optical
Colors: Red, Green, Blue, Mint, Amber
LED power: 144W
Maximum power draw: 92W
TLCI: ≥96
CRI: ≥96
Luminous flux: 5800Lm
Emittance @1m: 1570Lx
Strobe: 0-25Hz
Beam Angle: 120˚
Field Angle: 180˚
Pixels: 32

Electrical
Battery: LG Chem Lithium-ion
Battery Lifetime: 70% after 300 cycles
Battery Runtime: Up to 20 hours
LED Lifetime: 50.000 Hours
Charging time (nominal): 3 Hours
Input Voltage : 24V 4A

Control
Backside Display with HSI control
Infrared
Wireless Modules: 865-870MHz | 902-928MHz | 2.4GHz
Range: 300m | 330 Yards
Wired DMX: supported via Astera PowerBox
Wireless DMX: CRMX & others, excluding W-DMX G5, City Theatrical

Construction
Housing: Polycarbonate, metal endcap
IP Rating: IP65
Relative humidity: 0-100%
Operating Temperature: 0-40 ˚C | 32-104 ˚F
Weight: 2.90kg | 6.39Lbs
Dimensions: Ø42 x 2031mm | Ø1.6” x H66.43”

Additional Info

Specifications

Bulb Shape T12
Case Price **CALL for pricing
Wattage 144
Beam Angle 120°
Brand Astera
CRI >96
Lumens 5800
Lamp Type LED Pixel Tube
Max Overall Length 5.5"
Average Life 50000 hr
Dimmable Dimmable
UPC fp3

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