Tambora Batten

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Tambora Batten
Conform to the European Community DirectivesClass 1 appliance according to standard EN 60598-1 The fitting is protected against penetration by solid bodies of over 12mm (0.47”) in diameter, but not against dripping water, rain, splashes or jets of waterMaximum temperature that can be reached on the external surface of the fitting, in a thermally steady stateC ETL USThis product  is supplied in compliance with European Directive 2012/19/EU - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). To preserve the environment please dispose/recycle this product at the end of its life according to the local regulationNot suitable for household illuminationThis product is intended for the following areas of application: studios, stages, theaters, exhibitions, trade fairs, events, theme parks, entertainment venues, architectural lighting and similarMinimum distance of illuminated objectsUKCA - Comply to the UK regulations

A high-power LED batten fixture, with advanced pixel mapping capabilities and unique "three layers" selection, which you can arrange seamlessly in line or in a matrix for amazing lighting effects.


The need for a high-power, feature-rich batten fixture is now fulfilled with the Claypaky Tambora Batten. Powered by sixteen Osram 40W RGBW LEDs – the same LEDs used to power the HY B-EYE and MINI-B fixtures – this fixture allows dynamic control of each LED cell for dynamic pixel mapping effects. Users can control each LED’s colour, dimming, and strobe rates individually or in unison. Several bars may be arranged seamlessly in a line or in a matrix while maintaining the distance between the LEDs between fixtures for uniform appearancse side-by-side and top to bottom.

The Tambora Batten offers linear zoom control from 4° to 50° and the unit’s cells tilt has a range of over 220° making it very versatile. It also features white color temperature range from 2500-8000K, beam edge softening control for soft uniform washes and a unique "three layers" selection in advanced mode. With this feature the operator may choose to use three levels of effects at the same time. You can simultaneously choose a background color, an internal built-in sequence, and video content coming from an external source - switching between all the layers quickly and easily.

Available in Round or Square sized lens configuration, the Tambora Batten is an adaptable lighting instrument that addresses many needs for inline or matrix lighting applications, at an excellent cost to performance ratio.


• Light source: 16 x 40W RGBW Osram LEDs

• Highly efficient light output (9,934 lm)

• 4° to 50° zoom range

• Adjustable tilt over 220°

• Individual LED control for each parameter

• White CT emulation 2500-8000K

• Beam edge softening control (in wash mode)

• Unique "three layers" selection in advanced mode

• Exclusive parallel beam consisting of an array of individually controllable micro-beams

• Enhanced electronic engine for dynamic beam pattern design, with digital accuracy and repeatability

• Control signal: USITT DMX 512. Protocols: RDM, WebServer and Art-Net

• Arkaos Kling-Net protocol already included in the firmware

• DMX channels: 13/17/27/29/35

• Pixel engine: 48 and 64 channels

• Input Power: 660 VA@230Vac 50Hz

• Weight: 15.5 kg (34.2 lbs)

• Dimensions: 105 x 1000 x 288 mm (4.13 x 39.4 x 11.3 in)

• Two versions are available: with round-sized lenses (Tambora Batten Round) or with square-sized lenses (Tambora Batten Square)

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Operating Voltage: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz - In/Out Max 4(2) fixtures @ 200-240Vac (@ 100-120Vac)
Power Supply: Electronic auto range with active PFC

Max Power consumption: 660VA

16x 40W RGBW Osram LEDs
Colour Temperature: 8000K to 2500K
LED life expectancy: 50000Hrs L70*
*It may vary depending on various factors, as type of use and environment.

Zoom range: 4°- 53°
9,934 Lumen Output
Round: 16x Round lenses diameter: 52mm
Square: 16x Square lenses: 47x47mm
High efficiency optical system

Auto: 40.5 dBA
Constant: 43.5dBA
Silent: 36.7 dBA
Theatre: 36.2dBA

Personalities: 5 modes with 13/17/27/29/35 control channels – Pixel Engine: 48 and 64 channels
Control Protocol: DMX, Art-Net, RDM
Arkaos Kling-Net protocol already included in the firmware
DMX and RDM connectors: Locking 5 pin XLR IN/OUT
Ethernet port: RJ45 IN
Power connector:  PowerCon True1  IN/OUT
Built In Web Server

Individual LED control for each parameter
White CT emulation 2500-8000K
Beam edge softening control (in wash mode)
Exclusive parallel beam consisting of an array of individually controllable micro-beams
RGBW color mixing system
Shape effects
16bit resolution with 5 different dimmer curves
Electronic strobe/stop from 1 to 25 f/sec
Pixel mapping control
Unique “three layers” selection (Just in Advanced mode)

- Tilt: 220° - 16bit
- Fast/Normal speed selectable by Function channel
- Mechanical Tilt lock for safe transportation and maintenance

Long life self-charging battery
Display Graphic LCD backlit b/w Display
Firmware upload from another fixture
Firmware Upgrade via Web Server
DMX monitoring
Remote access through RDM

Aluminum and steel structure with plastic covers
IP20 protection rate

Working in any position
Hanging system: with fast-lock clamp
Optional safety chain

Max ambient temperature 45°C (113°F)
Min ambient temperature -10°C (14°F)
Max temperature of the external surface 90°C (194°F)
Total heat dissipation: 2220 BTU/hr ±10% / 2340 kJ/hr ±10%

Minimum distance of illuminated objects 0.5 meters (1’ 8”)
Minimum distance from flammable materials 0.2 meters (8”)
Fuse T10A – 250V
Thermally protected power supply (overheating and cooling failure)
Forced ventilation with axial fans

In conformity with the European Directives:
2014/35/EU - Safety of electrical equipment supplied at low voltage (LVD)
2014/30/EU - Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
2011/65/EU - Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances (RoHS)
2009/125/EC - EcoDesign requirements for Energy-related Products (ErP)

cMETus Listed

Carton box + Polystyrene
Carton box + Foam shell
Flight case + Foam shell (2 positions)

15.5 Kg (34.2 lbs)
105x1000 (base dimension) – 288mm with vertical head (h)
Distance between two fixtures: 1000mm

Hanging Clamp: 389100/801 (included)
Standing Clamps: 2x 389101/801 (included)
Power cord: CAB02B/802 (included)
Safety Chain: 105015/801 (optional)
Foam shell: F21325/001 (optional)
Flight case: CF1007 (optional)
Round lenses assembly: CA3010000102 (optional)
Square lenses assembly: CA3011000102 (optional)
Frost 2°: CA3018000102 (optional)
Frost 5°: CA3012000102 (optional)
Frost 10°: CA3013000102 (optional)
Frost 20°: CA3014000102 (optional)
Frost 10°/60°: CA3015000102 (optional)
Aligned Floor bracket: CA3016000102 (optional)



Safety cable
code: 105041/003

Ø 4mm, lenght 680mm safety cable


You can find manuals, datasheets, DMX channel charts, photometrics, CAD symbols, s.r.l.re parts, firmware files, schematics, technical notes, etc... in the new dedicated Claypaky Customer Care website (restricted access):

Claypaky customer care

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