Clay Paky Introduces Alpha Profile 800 ST Moving Beam Shaper

The Alpha Profile 800 ST is the most modern moving beam shaper in existence today for use in theatres and studios. Clay Paky has used highly sophisticated micromechanics to obtain a compact, light, silent unit with an extremely bright light and a zoom capable of producing an extraordinarily sharp, perfectly uniform beam.

Lighting designers will find all the tools they need to enhance their creativity in the Alpha Profile 800 ST: a miniaturized four-blade framing system, capable of creating any geometric shape; a zoom that starts from the extremely narrow angle of 7.6 degrees and reaches up to 55degrees; an exclusive auto¬focus system and the Dyna-Cue-Creator function, which are two useful features created by Clay Paky to make their lights easy to program and enrich them with original dynamic visual effects.

The 6000 K light beam and top-of-the-class operating silence (42 dBA) complete the characteristics of this light. It is perfect for use in theatres, television studios, on exhibition stands and in the most demanding live situations.

• 800W discharge lamp (7800 K, 750 h)
• Light beam color temperature: 6000 K
• Zoom: linear from 11° to 55°, with an additional 7.6° “narrow”  angle
• Stay-Sharp-Zoom function, for automatic focusing (patent pending)
• Dyna-Cue-Creator function, for quickly programming dynamic visual effects
• Length of moving head: only 455 mm
• CMY color system + 8 color wheel + linear CTO
• Four-blade beam shaper (framing system), adjustable over 90° (patented)
• Produces geometric shapes of various proportions and sizes
• Single-blade “total curtain effect”
• Graphic system: 7 high quality rotating gobos + 9-facet prism
• Special 16-blade mechanical iris
• Interchangeable frost filter
• 0-100% hybrid dimmer (electronic + mechanical)
• Three-phase pan/tilt motors for perfectly silent operation
• High performance electronics and firmware
• Modular construction for easy maintenance
• Buffer battery for set-up without mains power supply
• Weight: about 32 Kg (70.55 lbs)
• Size:  385x405x650mm (15.16”x15.94”x25.59”)

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