Intellytech has upgraded it’s popular LiteCloth LC-160RGBW 2×2 flexible panel light and now you can buy the sequal which is, you guessed it, the LC-160RGBW II.
The new LC-160RGBW II adds Hue, Saturation, and Intensity controls (HSI) making the foldable 2×2 so much easier to control. Additionally, it’s 15% brighter than the first generation. On top of that, Intellytech has lowered the price to $1,099 USD.
The LC-160RGBW II is a 160 Watt, 22″x22″ LED Mat (2’x2′ W/ included softbox) that folds down to a 12″x12″ square. This unique design allows the user to create bright and natural-looking light that with a system that is easy to travel with and fast to set up.
The LC-160 is Kelvin color temperature adjustable from 3,000K-10,000K with a claimed color rendition of 95+ (CRI/TLCI 9).
Select your color or brightness level (0-100%) via the touch screen or knob.
The LC-160RGBW II is sold as a complete kit and it includes a softbox, diffuser, grid, mounting bracket, controller w/ attached battery plate (v-mount or gold mount), AC, and carrying case. The entire kit fits into the hard carrying case measuring in at 18″x16″x4.5″.
The light draws 160W and because of its physical size it can create a very broad lighting source. The light is claimed to put out around 3350lx at 3 feet. One of the nice things about the Intellytech lights is that you get close to 100% output from 3,500K-9,500K.
You can power the light via AC or battery. You can choose either a V-Mount or Gold Mount battery plate.
The LC-160RGBW II has a firm backing behind the Mat, but you can fold it down at its collapsible cross-sections. This unique form factor allows for the light to be set up quickly without the need for a giant metal frame or x-bracket. In addition, users can now travel with a 2’x2′ Light Kit that takes up less space than a conventional 1’x1′ panel.
The included Mount securely to the rear of the Mat via a special high-strength Velcro. Like the Mat, the Mount also folds down allowing it to pack into the carrying case.
An optional Wireless Controller (LC-WR3 II) can control up to 100 LC-160’s individually or simultaneously for $99 USD.
The LC-160 can be controlled via DMX (512) for those looking to setup inside of a studio. The user can control both brightness and output either via a 512 DMX controller or via the optional Wireless Controller.