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Philips Selecon Introduces PL Series Mark II LED Luminaires

September 2015

Philips Selecon has revealed the new PL Series Mark II LED luminaires. With a single LED array, the PL Series Mark II luminaires create superior colour consistency from fixture-to-fixture to breathe new life into your lighting designs and are now available in Profile, Fresnel and Cyc models.


“As we listened to our dealers and clients worldwide, we found that what they desired most in LED luminaires was colour consistency,” said Julie Smith, Philips Strand Lighting General Manager of the Americas. “Working with our engineers at Philips, we have found a fantastic solution with the PL Series Mark II LED luminaires and we are very excited to introduce them into the market.”


The PLProfile1 MKII LED luminaire is a variable beam profile with precise beam control and pattern projection from a high output beam using only 140 Watts. An innovative combination of LED source technology and precision optical design, the PLProfile1 MKII is available in 18-34 or 24-44° beam angles while offering the performance of a 500 Watt profile fixture.


The PLFresnel1 MKII LED luminaire is a general purpose lighting fixture for theatre, small studio, and display lighting applications that produces an adjustable cone of light with a soft edge which is easily blended with adjacent beams to provide even illumination. Available with a 15-54 variable beam angle, the PLFresnel1 MKII delivers the performance of a 500 Watt fresnel fixture with a power consumption of only 140 Watts.


The PLCyc1 MKII LED luminaire delivers smooth, even cyc lighting in a compact lightweight design using only 140 Watts to illuminate drops up to 16 feet high with 4ft spacing centres. Each PLCYC1 MKII can replace the equivalent of a traditional 4-colour, 500 Watt cyc luminaire.


All models of the PL Series Mark II LED luminaires are complete with RDM capabilities as well as remote fixture setup for device settings. The proprietary Philips LED technology offers a 50,000 hour LED lamp life, infinite colour choices from the RGBW engine, plus a fully homogenised mixed colour output with no colour shadows.


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