arrow_back Back Patt 23 Strand Electric Patt 23 Ellipsoidal Manufacturer: Strand Electric Description Specifications What's In the Box DESCRIPTION The Strand Pattern 23, introduced in 1953 and designed by aircraft designer Morgan McLeod (along with many other strands lanterns of the period) with Frederick Bentham doing the technical specification, was the first mass-produces spotlight. Unlike its predecessors which were primarily constructed from sheet metal the Pattern 23's body was manufactured from aluminum, using high pressure die-casting. Strands 'Baby Spot' the Pattern 23, and its companion the Pattern 123 fresnel, revolutionised stage lighting, using optics and reflector technology which provided over twice the light output of any similar wattage spot of the day. [ The Pattern 23 was the ETC Source Four of its day ]. SPECIFICATIONS Physical Height 356mm (14in) Width 267mm (10.5in) Depth 235mm (9.25in) Weight 2.8 Lamp Base P28s Color Frame Size Width 100mm (4in) Color Frame Size Height 100mm (4in) Electrical Wattage 500W Light Source Lamp BTL Lamp Mount Off Axis Number of Lamps 1 Number of Circuits 1 Photometrics Light Source BTL Zoomable No Field Angle Min 20 Candela Min 19500 Gobo Gobo Size B Gobo Max OD 86 Gobo Max ID 64 Controls DMX Controllable No Product Codes UNSPSC 39110000 WHAT'S IN THE BOX No available What's in the box data. No available Media. No available stores to be displayed. No available stores to be displayed. No available stores to be displayed. No available stores to be displayed.