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Altman Lighting Launches the Chalice 150 Down Light

Altman Lighting's Chalice 150

The Chalice 150 down light follows the Altman Lighting tradition. Designed specifically for the demands of theaters, churches, and public venues, the Chalice 150 is a 145W White LED pendant fixture that is an energy-efficient solution to general lighting needs. The Chalice 150 addresses and alleviates the typical maintenance routines of changing lamps and ballasts in difficult-to-access locations.

The Chalice 150 uses a single-point source for optimal beam control, and offers a variety of reflector options for ceiling heights from 15' to 50'. Its powerful and clean non-pixelated and non-granulated output blends to seamless coverage in the most elegant setting. Extremely smooth dimming reproduces the comfortable feel of traditional incandescent sources, at a fraction of the power consumption. DMX control allows each fixture to be controlled independently or in groups, from an architectural control system and/or directly from a theatrical control console.

• Available in three hanging configurations: Pendant (stem or cable), wall, or yoke mount
• Seven interchangeable reflectors
• Over 10,000 lumens
• Greater than 90 CRI
• Single-channel, high-resolution DMX digital dimming
• Pushbutton DMX addressing
• Black, white, silver, and custom colors available
• CCT options: 2,700K, 3,000K, 4,000K, 5,000K
• Selectable actions on loss of control signal
• ETL, cETL Listed(for indoor use)
• Made in the USA.

WWWwww.altmanlighting.com


(7 August 2015)

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