Futurelight welcomes the PHS-200 successor, the PHS-210. In the past eight years it has been proven a thousand times: The PHS-200 is Futurelight’s reliable starter model – notably for light engineers with professional ambitions. The new PHS-210 will follow this tradition with an updated technology. It is available from now on.
An important renewal: the readjustment to a 16-bit resolution for pan and tilt movements. The mechanic dimmer forms another upgrade. The number of LED channels, however, has been kept at moderate dimensions. Eleven are only three DMX channels more than the predecessor offered. According to this approach, comfortable working with smaller-sized DMX controllers is still possible.
An enhanced running smoothness as well as quicker gobo and color changes can also be put on the list of positive modifications. The device’s design has been carefully adapted to that of its “big brother” PHS-280.
With the power of its 250-watt illuminant, the PHS-210 reaches a brightness level of 21,000 lux at a distance of 2.5 meters. A performance which is definitely able to take up the competitors’ pace. An optional upload box enables easy software updates via DMX link.
The PHS-210 has been developed for the use in discotheques and on small and middle-sized stages. According to that, the 56 programmed scenes surely don’t come amiss. Thanks to the spot’s low weight of less than 20 kilos it makes only modest demands of mechanics of respective event locations.
You can learn more about the Futurelight PHS-210 moving light by visiting www.steinigke.com.