As more LED lights are being used, lighting technicians increasingly ask manufacturers for portable solutions. Questions like: “how can I use this light in the middle of a national park without a generator?” By testing the Little Genny with Nila lights, I hoped to provide some answers to those types of questions.
With a Little Genny resting comfortably in the trunk of my car, I set off.
At Nila, I got to check out their Boxer and their JNH lights. Incredibly bright compared to their power consumption, I liked these lights even before I was told I could slam them onto a concrete floor (which I did) and they’d be fine (which they were).
With a fully charged Little Genny 400, I hooked up the Nila Boxer – equivalent to a 1200 Watt HMI – and turned it on. The Boxer illuminated the wall at 5500 Kelvin, without any flickering whatsoever.
Then I sat down to wait. I knew it would be awhile. I was right.
The Little Genny powered the Nila Boxer for ONE HOUR AND 15 MINUTES.
We recharged the Little Genny – in less than an hour – with a Libertypak Fast Charger. Then we went onto the next lighting setup.
Nila had a potential customer who wanted to know how long a Little Genny could simultaneously power (1) Boxer AND (2) JNH lights. We set up all three lights, plugged them in, and again I sat down to wait.
The Little Genny simultaneously powered (1) Nila Boxer and (2) Nila JNH lights for 44 MINUTES.
As you would expect, that potential customer was sold. He bought all the equipment.
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