For the latest wash-type luminaire of the HURACAN family, AYRTON has designed an entirely new Fresnel lens with an optical structure specially developed for use with framing barndoors, also favouring use with geometric gobos or ovalisation lenses, without constraints. A subtle progressive diffusion system allows the diffusion level to be adapted according to the application and accessories or optical elements used. The Fresnel lens also significantly improves the colour mix and can obtain 10% more light than when using a conventional Fresnel lens F.O.S.. The proprietary optical system of HURACAN WASH delivers a 12:1 zoom ratio and a zoom range of 6.2° at half peak to 75° at one-tenth peak. This new luminaire adopts the complex colour mixing system of HURACAN PROFILE, offering a double level of CMY saturation that can obtain 281 trillion colours and a triple corrector for variable colour temperature allowing subtle adjustment from 2700 K to 15000 K and significant CRI improvement. T.C.S. (patent pending).
HURACAN WASH introduces a brand new 1000 W monochromatic LED source specially developed for studio and theatre applications, called the ST. This LED source delivers light output of 45,000 lumens and a D65 white point that allows perfect colour reproduction with a CRI greater than 80. For shows that need cooler metallic white light, the S version offers a record luminous flux of 52,000 lumens, a colour temperature of 7,000 Kelvin and a CRI of 70. For applications requiring perfect colour rendering, the TC version offers a CRI greater than 95 with extremely high TM30 values and a colour temperature of 6000 K. HURACAN WASH is factory-equipped with full features, including a framing section that allows accurate positioning of four barndoors on a 100% surface area in all positions, so that the user can frame any object regardless of the luminaire€™s position. HURACAN WASH also offers a wheel of seven rotating gobos, a 15-blade iris diaphragm and a beam ovaliser filter. HURACAN WASH is an exceptional luminaire designed to satisfy the most demanding users.