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Falcon Eyes Flexibel Bi-Colour LED Paneel RX-120TDX 121x121cm
The Falcon Eyes RX-120TDX II is a very large flexible LED panel, which is characterized by its high light output and simplistic appearance. The size is 114 x 115 cm and the LED panel is only a few millimetres thick. The RX-120TDX II incorporates no less than 3,696 LEDs with a total output of 600 watts. The CRI value of 98.3 ensures natural colours. A light output of 32,200 lux at half a metre offers more than enough light in many circumstances. The light is flicker-free, so you can use it for both photos and videos. The adjustable colour temperature from 3000K to 5600K ensures that the RX-120TDX II light can be perfectly matched to the ambient light. The RX-120TDX runs on mains power.
Mounting RX-120TDX II
The RX-120TDX II is mounted on the frame, using the supplied fasteners. Then place the RX-120TDX II on a lamp stand (see recommendation for optional accessories). An adapter is included so that you can adjust the angle of the RX-120TDX II with respect to the tripod.
Steel cables, which can be passed through the round openings, are also included. This makes it possible to mount the RX-120TDX II on a truss or other construction (see photo 4).
We supply the updated II version of the RX-120TDX. Various theme effects can be set, which can be used to simulate e.g. flashing lights, lightning and candlelight. The new version works together with the Falcon Eyes Remote Control RC-5B.
Usage RX-120TDX II
With the RX-120TDX II you have a versatile and lightweight solution, which can be used in many situations. The impressive size and the large amount of LEDs offer more than enough light output. Flexible, thin and light, the LED panel can be placed almost anywhere. For example, on the ceiling of a car when shooting a film. Operation is also possible via DMX512 or an optional RC-5B remote control (see optional accessories).
DMX panel connection
The lamp has an 5-pin XLR plug to connect to a DMX panel. This allows you to control the light based on the DMX512 protocol. The last picture shows this connection.