Written by Phil Rhodes
It costs $23k and is firmly something you would rent rather than buy. But it shows just how far LED lighting has come in a fairly short amount of time.
There are a lot of LED lights coming out in the 1500W range. That’s mainly because it’s about the maximum load that an American domestic mains socket can handle, at least without someone standing by with a fire extinguisher and a pocketful of spare fuses. Even Mole-Richardson’s mighty “20K LED” has the option to draw its power from two 15-amp NEMA connectors to achieve the 3000-watt nameplate rating.