Ovation B-1965FC Offers Advantage Of Lime Color Mixing

Posted on June 20, 2017

SUNRISE, FL – CHAUVET Professional continues to usher in a new era of color mixing opportunities in wash lighting with the introduction of the Ovation B-1965FC. Like its predecessors, the Ovation B-2805FC and B-565FC, the new 1.2 meter batten utilizes a RGBA-Lime color mixing system, allowing designers to create a richer and broader range of colors as well as brighter whites.

“The Ovation B-1965FC gives us a complete range of batten washes with RGBA-Lime color mixing,” said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. “Designers immediately appreciated the brighter output and more realistic color washes they could achieve with our Ovation B-2805FC and B-565FC and they can expect the same from our latest batten. Lime fits into the optimal wavelength for the human eye, which is critical to the performance of these fixtures.”

Powered by 196 RGBL LEDs, the Ovation B-1965FC has an illuminance of up to 5,000 lux at five meters, making it one of the brightest battens on the market. In addition to its brightness and long throw distance, the fixture is extremely versatile with multiple control personalities for complex programming schemes, up to seven sections of control and 16-bit dimming of the master dimmer and individual colors. The user-friendly batten offers RDM, Art-Net™ and sACN as well as standard 3-pin and 5-pin DMX control options.

Other standard features include a Virtual Color Wheel that matches popular gel colors, temperature presets for easier programming, and a linear holographic diffuser that locks into place for wall and cyc grazing.  The fixture’s adjustable Pulse Width Modulation and silent operation make it well-suited for lighting designs that will be videoed, as well as for use in theatres and houses of worship.

“We expect the Ovation B-1965FC to be embraced in a wide range of applications,” said Chauvet. “Aside from its extraordinary color mixing, this fixture has a range of performance features that make it ideally suited for many different projects.”