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EUROLITE LED TMH FE-600 Beam/Flower Effect

Item number: 51785956

Category: Start


445,00 €

including 19% VAT., no shipping costs (Paketversand)

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Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays



Description


Power supply:100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz ~
Power consumption:90 W
DMX control channels:15
DMX512 connection:3-pin XLR
Flash-rate:18 Hz
Sound-control:via built-in microphone
Number of LEDs:6
LED type:12-W-COB, RGBW
Maximum PAN-movement:540°
Maximum TILT-movement:190°
Beam angle:6.5°
Dimensions (WxDxH):190 x 245 x 330 mm
Weight:5 kg
Shipping weight:6.20 kg
Ecodesign regulation:Yes
Special product:Not designed for household room illumination
Purpose:Show effect lighting

RGBW Moving Head flower with rotating lens and 12 W LEDs

- Equipped with 6 x 12 W COB LED in the colors red, green, blue and white
- Flicker-free projection
- Compact lightweight
- Functions: colored beams in R, G, B and W, preset colors, built-in program, strobe effect with variable speed, dimmer, sound-control, Master/Slave operation

- Adjustable zoom movement - from narrow single beam to room-filling beams - via rotating lens
- Stepless RGBW color changing
- Positioning within 540° PAN and 190° TILT
- PAN-angle switchable between 540° and 360°
- Dimmer speed (step response) adjustable

- Automatic position correction
- Exact positioning via 16 bit PAN/TILT movement resolution
- DMX-controlled operation or stand-alone operation with Master/Slave function
- Sound-controlled via built-in microphone
- Control board with LC display for adjusting the DMX-starting address, PAN/TILT reverse, reset

- Switch-mode power supply for operation between 100 and 240 volts
- Power connection via Neutrik PowerCon jack and included power cable
- DMX512 control possible via any commercial DMX controller

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