Lighting manufacturer NANLITE, the sister company of Ledgo, just announced the PavoTube II 6C — a small battery powered RGBWW fixture (25cm / 9.8 Inch long) that the manufacturer promises will pack lots of punch for its size. The PavoTube II 6C also marks the start of a second phase for the PavoTube line as a whole. Details on the PavoTube II 6C below:
NANLITE promises a CRI of 95 and a TLCI of 97 for the LED PavoTube II 6C. The fixture features a variable color temperature that stretches from 2700K-7500K with green and magenta adjustments in CCT mode, and thousands of selectable light colors in HSI mode.
Two 1/4 20″ points at either end of the fixture along with magnets give you flexibility for mounting. NANLITE also has additional accessories available for mounting the tube including a baby pin adapter, light stand adapter and a pivoting stand mount. Two additional accessories allow you to mount the light in vertical configurations as well.
What ships with the PavoTube II 6C:
PavoTube II 6C x1
USB cable x1
Wrist strap x1
Metal plate x3
Carry bag x1
15-pre programmed effects come baked into the light and the full list is below:
The most interesting thing about the PavoTube II 6C may be the addition of a built-in battery to compete with products like the Titan Tube from Astera and Digital Sputnik’s Voyagers. The manufacturer claims one hour of battery time at 100% output and up to 10 hours at 1% output. A USB-C port allows you to charge the device and update firmware.
Manufacturer Provided Illumination Specs:
2700K: 0.5m-572lux; 1m-149lux; 2m-39lux
3200K: 0.5m-644lux; 1m-168lux; 2m-44lux
5600K: 0.5m-702lux; 1m-183lux; 2m-48lux
6500K: 0.5m-711lux; 1m-186lux; 2m-48lux
7500K: 0.5m-688lux; 1m-174lux; 2m-45lux
Weighing in at just over half a pound the feature packed PavoTube II 6C promises to be a worthy flagship for a coming new line of PavoTube’s from NANLITE. We just received word that NANLITE is sending us a fixture for review, so stay tuned for a full review of the PavoTube II 6C in the near term.
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