8.5HG30 30º Honeycomb Grid 8.5HG30 30º Honeycomb Grid 8.5HOR 8.5-inch Reflector Grid Beamspread
30º Grid for 8.5HOR
Part Number: 8.5HG30
Price: $19.95
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30º Grid for 8.5HOR

  • 30º honeycomb grid for the 8.5HOR 8.5-inch reflector
  • narrows the beam spread from 45° to 15°
  • snaps inside the reflector's recessed outer lip
  • 60-Day Absolute Satisfaction Guarantee
  • 1-Year Factory Warranty
Our honeycomb grids for the 8.5HOR 8.5-inch High Output Reflector are available in two sizes, taking the 45º beam spread on the 8.5-inch reflector down to 15º (8.5HG15) or 30º (8.5HG30).

A single grid snaps directly into the recessed outer lip on the reflector. When mounting the grid, leaving the tab (with the beam width size label) sticking out allows you to use the tab to pull the grid out of the reflector when you are ready to remove it.

Grid Compatible Reflector Beam Spread with Grid Coverage at 1-foot Distance Coverage at 5-foot Distance Coverage at 10-foot Distance
HG10 7AB/R or UMF 10° 6 inches 12 inches 24 inches
HG20 7AB/R or UMF 20° 12 inches 24 inches 48 inches
HG30 7AB/R or UMF 30° 18 inches 36 inches 72 inches
HG40 7AB/R or UMF 40° 24 inches 48 inches 96 inches
8.5HG15 8.5HOR 15° 15 inches 19.5 inches 37.5 inches
8.5HG30 8.5HOR 30° 19.5 inches 37.5 inches 73.5 inches
11HG15 11LTR 15° 17.5 inches 22 inches 40 inches
11HG30 11LTR 28° *** 22 inches 40 inches 76 inches
22HG15 22HOBD 15° 28.5 inches 33 inches 51 inches
22HG30 22HOBD 30° 33 inches 51 inches 87 inches
ABRHG20 10ABR/R 20° 15 inches 27 inches 51 inches
GS1 7AB/R 18° 10.5 inches 21 inches 42 inches

Note: The coverage measurement is the diameter (in inches or feet) of the beam circle.

*** with the 11HG30 in the 11LTR reflector, the grid maintains the same beam spread, but eliminates light spill outside of the 28º pattern


See Expected Output
Our 8.5-inch honeycomb grids are designed for use with the 8.5HOR 8.5-inch High Output Reflector. They may not be used with any other reflector.

When a grid is in use, the umbrella hole is blocked and umbrellas, therefore, may not be used simultaneously.