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Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by BillESC, Sep 25, 2008.
Solar Ray RBG
The fixture is 20' back from the wall. The wall is 14' high by 16' wide.
fixture is it?
call for a shoot out with a conventional.
I second this. I would be interested to see how this compares to a R40 or MR16 Strip. It seems very powerful, what is the total power consumption for this device? I know sometimes the 3w can be misleading with LED's and the actual power consumption could actually be lower. So does it pull 270 watts?
EDIT: The website gives a Total Output Power of 150 watts. Also upon further reading, Only the Green LED's are 3w, the Red and Blue LED's are only 1W each.
I always want to see what happens when you use a conventional anywhere near that drop. How badly does it wash out?
Can you tell us the ballpark street price?
unit steets under $ 1600.00
Here is a 500QPar56WFL from 20' gelled with Apollo 4050.
Here is the Solar Ray from the same position
Color Kinetics actually licensed their LED Patents to Neo-Neon (Irradiants Parent Company.) So basically these units are actually Color Kinetic units in a different packaging.
Color Kinetics Annouces Licensing Agreement With Neo-Neon
LEDs Magazine - Color Kinetics licenses LED patent portfolio to Neo-Neon
Drat! I've got serious issues with CK's patents and was hoping someone was going to challenge them without the patent.
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