STRAND ELECTRIC Patt 123 Fresnel Spotlight


P123 data sheet p1 P123 data sheet p2

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Lamphouse pressure die-cast aluminium alloy, with bottom-hinged lens front and lamp tray.

Fork pressure die-cast, reversible, with friction disc tilt clamp and 3/8″. Whit. bolt and wingnut for suspension and swivel clamp.

Lens 150mm dia. short focus Fresnel, recessed mounted.

Lampholder P28 medium prefocus, porcelain body, fitted with 1m external length of 3-conductor, sheathed, heat-resisting cable.

Reflector 115mm dia. spherical, polished anodised aluminium.

Adjustment bottom slide focus of lampholder together with reflector.

Colour Frame double die-cast runners fitted,

Lamps 50OW max. P.28 base. 55.5mm Class T/1 use.

Beam Spread & peak angle: 26° spot to 51 ° flood, soft-edged peak angle: 16° spot to 42° flood, soft-edged

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The iconic Patt 123 was designed by Strand Electric who were founded in 1914 in London’s West End and had their manufacturing works in Covent Garden.
The Patt 123 or Baby Fresnel spotlight, was one of the work horses of the theatre industry from the late 50’s to the 1980’s Launched in 1957 they are the companion lantern to the hugely successful Patt 23 Baby Profile spot.
The first lanterns off the line were rushed into service to light the original London production of My Fair Lady at the Drury Lane Theatre in London’s West End
Strand lanterns were very solidly constructed and built to last. Like the Patt 23 these lanterns were constructed around a strong diecast alloy body shell.