Nanlux has teased its new Evoke 2400B. The Evoke 2400B is a 2400W LED Bi-color Spot Light with G/M adjustment function and an IP55 rating. The Evoke 2400B will be available in Q4 of 2023 and the price will be announced at a later date.
Don’t ask me about specifications or pricing because I don’t know. The only information I have is what Nanlux has told me.
The Evoke 2400B will be CCT adjustable between 2700 to 6500K and it will have full +/- G/M controls.
Up until now, the highest power draw LED spotlight fixtures we have seen have been the Nanlux Evoke 1200/1200B, Aputure LS 1200d Pro, and Godox KNOWLED MG1200Bi Bi-Color LED Monolight which draw 1200W, 1400W, and 1440W respectively.
The Evoke 2400B’s 2400W power draw is certainly a big step up and the caveats that come with that are increased weight and size, and the inability to run the light from a regular household socket in certain countries.
While we don’t have any specifications about the weight of the Evoke 2400B, we do know that the total weight of the smaller Evoke 1200B is 20.9 kg / 46 lb. This potentially means that the Evoke 2400B could have a weight of around 30-40kg, but that depends on how big the power supply will be.
To power the Evoke 2400B remotely you are going to need to use a generator, floor battery system, or a high-capacity portable power station, etc. The Evoke 2400B will require a 96V DC source to run.
Given the claimed output of the Evoke 1200B is 15,526 fc / 167,130 Lux at 3.3′ / 1 m (with 45-degree Reflector), the Evoke 2400B should be capable of outputting well over 300,000 Lux at 3.3′ / 1 m.