Blizzard Lighting Announces the New Torrent F3

October 28, 2012 by Mobile Beat Staff Writer

Blizzard Lighting Announces the New Torrent F3™

Fixture combines many customer requested features in a stylish, affordable package

Waukesha, WI. – Blizzard Lighting is pleased to announce the latest addition to the popular Torrent™ series of LED powered high –brightness moving heads: The Torrent F3™. Equipped with a 50-watt US-Made Luminus™ CST-90 LED light source, Blizzard designed the fixture based on feature requests received directly from their mobile DJ, club install and small-to-midsize production users.

“The design team’s goal was pretty simple: take about a 5-page list of feature requests given to us by our users, build them into the proven optical system of the Torrent 90, and keep the price from further increasing the national debt,” joked Will Komassa, Blizzard Lighting’s founder and chief designer.

The Torrent F3™ features a rotating gobo wheel with 7 brand new rotating, interchangeable gobos plus open, and a static gobo wheel with 8 gobos plus open. 7 richly saturated dichroic colors and a 3 facet rotating prism are also fitted as standard. The included DMX remote focus also enables popular “Gobo Morph” effects and unique aerial effects while ensuring razor-sharp pattern projection.

Compared to conventional lamp sources, the Torrent F3’s™ 50-Watt Luminus™ CST-90 LED and high-performance optics provide a remarkably flat, even field of light output across the entire image. Plus, with luminous intensity of 7,250 Lux at 2 Meters with standard 15 degree optics, the Torrent F3’s™ output compares favorably with other 75-watt-class LED fixtures.

Retail price for the Torrent F3™ is $1,399.99, and the fixture is available for immediate shipping.

Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, WI., is a leader in LED entertainment lighting, with products like its well-known Puck® series in use throughout the US and world.

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