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PRG Launches TruColor HS for Next-Gen Film and TV Lighting with Intematix ChromaLit Technology

Intematix Corporation, a leading innovator of patented phosphors and phosphor components for high-quality LED lighting, with Production Resource Group, L.L.C., (PRG), the world’s leading entertainment lighting company, today announced the offering of a long sought after film and television lighting solution. Intematix’s ChromaLit™ remote phosphor creates precision spectral quality in PRG’s new TruColor™ HS, a digital soft source light fixture.

TruColor HS utilizes ChromaLit to deliver a nearly continuous wavelength spectrum that eliminates the color-accuracy limitations inherent in many LED fixtures. PRG’s latest offering features Intematix ChromaLit Panels customized to meet the high standards for motion picture and broadcast lighting.  The interchangeable panels deliver 96 CRI at 3200K and 90 CRI at 5200K, allowing users to achieve both daylight and tungsten with a single fixture.  ChromaLit makes lighting better using a phosphor composite substrate separated from the blue LEDs. This architecture increases system efficacy by up to 30 percent compared with conventional white LEDs, which enables a single TruColor HS to produce a remarkable 20,000 lumens.

“PRG’s TruColor HS light fixture showcases a stunning and functional implementation of ChromaLit,” said Julian Carey, senior director of marketing at Intematix. “Working with PRG, we get to see the light quality and efficacy advantages of our product come to life in an exacting new application.”

“Our customers are demanding improvements in digital lighting,” said Rich Pierceall, PRG’s Director of Digital Lighting Sales. “With ChromaLit, we have been impressed at every stage of the development process by the high quality of light we are able to achieve.  Intematix’s ChromaLit technology creates better color consistency and higher output in lighting fixtures designed for image capture.”

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