Dichroic Color Lenses (2")
This series of Dichroic Color lenses provide a variety of colors
to achieve a range of lighting effects. The glass and coatings used
in these filters are of the highest quality, and they will never
fade or change color.
Purple Fusion. Used for dramatic effects to
elicit romantic, mystical, or bold feelings. When projected on
plant material, the effect can be dreamlike. On statuary, the
effect can be otherworldly. On architecture, the effect can make a
bold statement to shock, surprise, or inspire. Bold colors like
this can be added to draw attention (or add energy) to an event
such as a wedding or birthday party.
Candlelight Orange. Changes the color of the
light making it much warmer - similar to candlelight. This light
can be effective for romantic settings, or for warm accents on
statuary or architectural features such as inside pergolas or
Sky Blue. This filter is used when a blue color
is needed for a holiday or other special effect application.
Dramatic effects can be achieved with this filter for backlighting
columns, statuary, and water features.
Rich Red. This filter is used when a red effect
is needed - most commonly used for holiday or other special effect
Indigo. This lens is excellent as a backlight
for statuary or architectural features. It produces an etherial or
otherworldly feeling, and can add emotional depth to a design.
Amber. Commonly used as a warm accent or fill
light on statuary and architectural features. A common approach for
statuary would be to use a white light as the key light, amber
light to fill shadowed areas, and blue light as a backlight. Amber
is also effective as a backlight for columns or for inside
Leafy Green. This lens is used when a green
effect is needed or for a holiday or other special effect
Fits the following VOLT 2" integrated LED
Infiniti™ 30 G3/G4 LED Spotlight
Care & Use
These dichroic filters are durable but care should be taken in
their handling. Especially important: When inserted into VOLT
fixtures that have interchangeable optics, the center button of the
optic needs to be removed before inserting the filter.
Learn more: Dichroic Filters - Care and Use.
Pictured colors are photographs of 2700K light projected
through lens on white paper. Your perception of these colors may
vary depending on your computer monitor or viewing device. Actual
colors perceived in the field will vary according to the color and
reflective qualities of the illuminated surface.
Note: Dichroic filters work by reflecting non-wanted
colors back into the fixture while allowing desired colors to pass
through. This results in a brightness reduction that could be
significant. Be sure to test dichroic filters on critical
applications before specifying for an entire project.