- A 575 watt lamp
- M Size Gobo Holder
- An AC Connector (Attached)
- A C Clamp
- A Color Filter Frame
About the Source Four Jr
Compared to many conventional 650 watt and 1000 watt ellipsoidal spotlights, Source Four jr’s 575 watts still deliver an even brighter light and offer the flexibility of multiple HPL lamp options and interchangeable lenses. The Source Four jr is perfect for — but never limited to — smaller theater venues, churches, schools, industrial, and any other application where affordability, space-savings and great performance are the criteria.
Source Four Jr Zoom
Field-angle versatility of a zoom ellipsoidal – in a compact package.
If you’re looking for the field-angle versatility of a zoom ellipsoidal with the affordability and design of a smaller fixture, then you’re looking for the Source Four jr Zoom. Great for application on the small stage or in clubs, retail events and industrial, the Source Four jr Zoom boasts rugged ETC fixture construction and all the celebrated precision optics of a Source Four.
The black RH+A 25-50 Degree Zoom Ellipsoidal LED Projector from PRG is a focusable white light source with a small lightweight, form factor that outputs 2,400 lumens and is meant for entertainment and architectural applications.
Fully dimmable via most ELV and triac type dimmers, the luminaire features a low 24W power draw, making it ideal in multi-light configurations that benefit from its low generated heat. The full-featured fixture has a multi-voltage power supply for worldwide use and ships with a filter frame, safety cable, 4 framing shutters and a 6′ power cord with a molded Edison connector. Optional accessories include a snoot and an E-size gobo pattern holder.
- High power 24W 3,000K white light LED emitter
- Lumen output: 2,400
- Focal range: 25 – 50°
- LED lifetime rated at 50,000 hours
- Accepts glass or steel gobo patterns – 37.5 mm OD, 28 mm image area
- Multi-voltage power supply: 120-277V AC, 50/60HZ
- Safety cable and filter frame included
Proudly Using Ushio HPL Lamps
USHIO developed the HPL lamps based upon ETC design ideas in 1994, consistently adhering to the original design specifications and minimum parametric variations, such as filament position and spacing, to optimize the output of the Source Four fixture.
USHIO continually worked to improve its HPL design, and in 2002 released the HPL+ with improved filament spacing for increased light distribution as well as a ceramic base for better insulating performance. The Super Long Life (average life of 3000 hours) HPL lamp was developed in 2016 to extend the product life cycle to the education market and others that had not yet converted to LED. ISO9001 manufacturing standards and strict quality control has ensured a consistent product from USHIO over the past 25 years of HPL production.
USHIO HPL Lamps continue to develop and provide a halogen lamp that has traditional color rendering properties as the halogen-to-LED global transition accelerates. Major halogen lamp manufacturers around world are exiting the halogen lamp business, but USHIO is committed to be the top halogen lamp manufacturer as long as there is a need from a market.