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Claypaky AXCOR 300: Small body, big personality, mass appeal

Claypaky AXCOR 300: Small body, big personality, mass appeal

The new Axcor 300 family of moving LED fixtures brings Claypaky’s no-compromise quality and performance to the broad mid-market. The range consists of a spot light, a wash light and a beam light, all driven by a white LED engine with a rated power of up to 180 Watts. The quality of their effects, their construction, and their high light output derive from the high-end products Claypaky specialises in.

The AXCOR SPOT 300 has 17 gobos on two wheels, including seven high quality dichroic rotating gobos. Weighing just 20kg and measuring a little over 500mm, this unit incorporates features that are not often found in models of this size, like a rotating prism, a motorised iris, a soft edge filter, a 16-bit dimmer, and a 8-40° zoom.

The AXCOR BEAM 300 has an even more compact body – less than 500mm – and is able to emit a super-concentrated solid beam with a beam angle as small as 2° and a surprising light output. The wealth and quality of its colours and aerial effects, its electronic focus and its 140 mm diameter front lens make the Axcor Beam 300 the ideal beam moving light in any application area, and the perfect replacement of a Claypaky Sharpy!

The AXCOR WASH 300 has a 140mm front PC lens and linear 5.5° - 42° zoom. Producing colours is its speciality. It is fitted with all the components needed to produce any shade of colour desired, with a light diffusion uniformity comparable to higher-end models.

The AXCOR 300 models boast cutting-edge electronic and software technology, with all the features that enable optimal fixture management and maintenance over time.

With a physical size, power consumption and price-point that disguise their strength and creative potential, the Axcor 300 range enables a new world of expression in touring, events, TV, theatre and installed lighting markets. Now, more designers than ever before can achieve their biggest ideas.

17th November 2017

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