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VDO Atomic Bold, Full Color Blinder / Strobe / Wash / Eye-Candy Fixture
Martin

VDO Atomic Bold, Full Color Blinder / Strobe / Wash / Eye-Candy Fixture

The Martin VDO Atomic Bold is an incredibly versatile creative LED hybrid fixture and the newest addition to the VDO Atomic family. It includes a wide range of functionality to support a myriad of applications as an audience blinder, strobe light, creative LED pixelmapping surface, eye-candy effect light and stage wash – all in a single, compact fixture.

Including many of the benefits that made its sibling, the VDO Atomic Dot a popular hybrid fixture, the VDO Atomic Bold retains the same interlocking mechanics, same cabling and a similar look but is a larger fixture with higher, full color output to offer lighting designers even more creative potential.

It features a unique octagonal-shaped design with simple connections to work as a single light or in multiples to form a large array. In addition to industry-standard protocols such as Art-Net, sACN and DMX, Martin P3 control unleashes creative freedom to mix video mapping with DMX control.

The VDO Atomic Bold targets rental customers and set and lighting designers working in concert/touring and TV shows but is also a perfect fit for corporate and customers in the higher end nightclub market.

Specification
  • FEATURES

    • High power, full color strobe/blind/wash/eye-candy fixture
    • 12,000 lumen boost/strobe
    • 7,500 lumen continuous
    • Beam angle of 13 degrees
    • Field angle of 27 degrees
    • Pixel-controllable RGB Aura backlight with 72 LEDs
    • Compact form-factor
    • Built-in power supply (100-240V)
    • Power and Data IN & THRU via hybrid cable (PDE system)
    • P3, DMX, Art-Net & sACN compatible
    • Built-in pixel-FX on backlight and beam
    • Front-accessory holder for barndoors and/or diffuser/lens
    • Detachable yoke-assembly which can also be used as floor-stand
    • Smart interlocking mechanics to build battens, arrays and creative shapes
    • Compatible with Martin VDO Atomic Dot interlocking mechanics for mixed arrays
    • IP65 rated
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.vdo-atomic-bold
  • Product familyStatic Lights
  • Product groupBlinder
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-09-08
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Designed inUnited States
  • Manufactured inUnited States
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryLighting - Lighting
  • IFC classificationLight Fixture
  • UNSPSC nameLighting Fixtures and Accessories
  • UNSPSC code3911
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeEF_70_80
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionLighting
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code26 50 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleLighting
  • OmniClass Number23-35 47 11
  • OmniClass TitleLighting Fixtures
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeD5020
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleLighting & Branch Wiring

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