T1 Profile™

T1 Profile™ | ROBE lighting

T1 Profile™

T1. The new ONE and only fixture you need for theatre, television and touring and now with the option to be connected to the Robe innovative RoboSpot system. Read More...

Light source

MSL™ 550 W Multi-Spectral LED engine

Light output

up to 12.600 lm, CRI 95+, + - Green Correction Function, Cpulse™ special flicker free management for HD and UHD cameras

Zoom range

7° - 49°

Effects

Rotating gobo wheel, Animation Wheel, Framing Shutters, 6-facet rotating prism

Innovations

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