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Clay Paky Stormy CC

Stormy CC,

Stormy innovates tradition since it uses the latest LED technology, but retains all the charm of a classic strobe. The light source is a strip of powerful white LEDs, which perfectly emulate a bright Xenon linear lamp. The flash effect is actually enhanced since the Stormy is equipped with a parabolic reflector, like a classic strobe, and does not project the light directly forwards like other LED strobes do. The frequency, duration and intensity of the pulse are fully digitally controlled, and these parameters are even independently adjustable, which is impossible with a xenon lamp strobe. Thanks to its highly sophisticated electronics, the light turns on and off instantly, creating the jerky movement illusion. The time the light is on (the pulse duration) may be extended as required. Thanks to the use of LEDs, the light intensity remains absolutely constant, without flickering effect. The Stormy also comes with RGBW LEDs, which are able to flash in any color: there is no more need for gels, which dramatically reduce the amount of light, or slow noisy unreliable scrollers.

POWER SUPPLIES

AC power input Neutrik PowerCON TRUE1 (IP65)
100-240V 50-60Hz

INPUT POWER

850 VA

LIGHT SOURCE

144 x 7W Oslon Osram LEDs
LED Power: pulsed mode 980W max, continuous mode 720W max.
Color Temperature: 5700 K
Average Life of the LEDs: 50,000 h

OPTICS

High efficiency parabolic reflector
Perfect emulation of a bright Xenon linear lamp
42° beam aperture; 130° spatial diffusion
Beam opening control by optional barndoors
Total brightness:
- 80,000 lm (Stormy)
- 40,000 lm (Stormy CC)

COLOUR SYSTEM

RGBW system for Stormy CC

EFFECTS SECTION

0-100% adjustable dimmer
Strobe pulse duration
Strobe pulse rate

CONTROL AND PROGRAMMING

DMX 512 control channels:
• 3 (Stormy)
• 7 (Stormy CC)
DMX protocol signal: USITT DMX 512
RDM
Pre-set macros
Display: Graphic LCD backlit blue-white Display 
Dimmer and colors Resolution: 8 bit
DMX signal connection: 5 pole XLR input and output
Software upload through DMX input
Firmware upload from another fixture