ROBIN® DLF Wash

Discontinued

ROBIN® DLF Wash | ROBE lighting

ROBIN® DLF Wash

Discontinued

This is the perfect companion to the ROBIN® DLX, the new ROBIN® DLF Wash is based on the same RGBW LED module. With a perfectly smooth output via the front Fresnel lens, this fixture has been optimized for those wanting an even light output with no shadows. (RGB breakups and shadows are not present even when on closely positioned trussing or other objects.) Read More...

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