The newest member of the versatile LED line has retained a similar form factor as Sumospace+.
German lighting manufacturer Sumolight GmbH, known for Sumospace+ and Sumosky, has introduced the new Sumomax LED light.
The Sumomax is a high-output, 1800-15,000K full-spectrum (RGBWW) light that features a hexagonal design, high lumen output, and modular form factor.
The light draws a 700W fixture and it is designed to be used for a variety of different lighting applications. The Sumomax works with an array of light shaping tools that transform it from a spacelight to soft light to a high-intensity fixture.
The Sumomax retains a similar form factor as the Sumospace+. Its streamlined, hexagonal profile measures 561 x 500 x 175mm / 22.1 x 19.7 x 6.9 inches.
The Sumomax modular design offers considerable advantages when it comes to building light boxes, light walls or other arrays. Fixtures can be arranged honeycomb-style to create patterns or shapes to suit the job. For enhanced lighting creativity cells within the structure can be controlled as a group or individually.
The Sumosnap one-click quick-release connecting system effectively allows multiple fixtures to be easily combined into unlimited size arrays. Mounting is simple with its built-in 16mm spigot. It provides a screw-free interface to truss systems, standard junior pins and other grip hardware. An optional yoke is also available.
With Sumomax’s swoptic modular interchangeable optics, users can change the beam angle from a narrow 20° (native) up to a super-wide 120° via the use of clip-on optics. The intensity is fully-dimmable from 100% to zero and the light features built-in effects that include 0-30 Hz Shutter/Strobe and automated programmes. For added illumination control, the system works with an array of light shaping tools that transform it from a spacelight to softlight to a high-intensity fixture.
Each fixture comes complete with an internal power supply, on-fixture touch display panel, DMX/RDM, ethernet, and WiFi control ability.