ARRI introduces Orbiter Beam – the First Long Throw Optic for their LED Lighting Line

by | Feb 13, 2024 | News | 0 comments

ARRI has announced the Orbiter Beam, further expanding the accessory range for their LED spot light. This is the very first beam optic in the ARRI LED lighting portfolio. The Orbiter Beam’s intensity level is said to have a comparable output to the ARRI Daylight M-Series M18 within a tighter beam angle. For the first time, these high intensity values can be achieved with a high-quality full-color spectrum LED source for use with long throw distances or indirect bounces. This new Orbiter optic provides a defined and strong 4° parallel light beam with homogenous light.

The Orbiter Beam features a large aperture in a compact (approx. 573 mm x 548 mm x 548 mm / 22.6 in x 21.6 in x 21.6 in) and lightweight (5,9 kg / 13 lbs.) housing. The reflector’s diameter of 530 mm (20.9 in) is similar in size to the M90 luminaire. The two elements of the optic, the reflector and snoot, can be easily separated and stacked for convenient storage and transport. The Orbiter Beam comprises a unique manual hot-spot adjustment allowing variation from hard to soft edge light. The beam adds to the already existing Orbiter Open Face optics 15°, 30°, and 60°. No additional accessories for the Orbiter Beam optic such as barndoors or snoots are required as the light beam produced is already nicely focused. Orbiter’s Quick Lighting Mount (QLM) system allows the Orbiter Beam to be mounted safely and quickly and communicate via LiOS2 software, so the light knows what accessories are attached. To learn more about the new Orbiter Beam, please visit:


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