EclDisplay is a series of LED spotlight projectors that set new standards in lighting technology for galleries, retail, hotels, exhibitions and any high-profile installations.
The fixtures in the EclDisplay range come in a stylishly housing, with multiple control options, sources, colours, lenses and accessories, with over 7,000 possible fixture configurations, using the same core technology while meeting different aesthetic or technical requirements.
The EclDisplay units are available in three control configurations: DAT, UN and CC. The DAT version comes with a built-in PSU, with manual knob-dimming, RDM, DMX and DALI control on-board.
The UN version includes all the above and adds phase-cut dimming for retrofitting in existing systems.
The CC (Constant Current) version works with external drivers, allowing installers to complete the light fittings with any track mounted, rack or boxed drivers, accepting any wired or wireless control (DALI, Casambi, 0-10, on-off).
The EclDisplay is engineered with a 25W, high CRI LED engine. There are five different source options available: fixed white sources in 2,700K, 3,000K, 4,000K, 5,600K, as well as a 40W RGB+WW source, capable of delivering a wide tunable white range, as well as beautiful pastels and saturated colours.
Prolights has developed optics that unlock the fixtures' full potential, increasing their efficiency and light output.
There are three lenses available: a zoomable 20 to 40 degree profile lens with 4 lockable blades, allowing to precisely frame any projection area with crisp or soft-edge accents, or to project images and textures through the indexable gobo holder.
In addition, the zoom wash optics is available in 15 to 30 degree and 25 to 50 degree variants, making able to spread the light and obtain a wall-washing effect.
The EclDisplay fixtures can be track-mounted, hanged or ceiling recessed through the optional ceiling kit.
There is also a wide range of accessories available for the finer details, including a honeycomb louvre, snoot, 4-leaf barndoors, filter-frames and indexable gobo-holders.