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90 - 3w LEDs :)

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by BillESC, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. BillESC

    BillESC Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Solar Ray RBG

    The fixture is 20' back from the wall. The wall is 14' high by 16' wide.

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    that is very impressive. What fixture is it?
     
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    BillESC Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Solar Ray RBG by Irradiant (Neo-Neon)
     
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    Pie4Weebl Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    I call for a shoot out with a conventional.
     
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    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.
     
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    gafftaper Senior Team Senior Team Fight Leukemia

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    Very cool Bill!

    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?
     
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    BillESC Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    The unit steets under $ 1600.00

    Here is a 500QPar56WFL from 20' gelled with Apollo 4050.

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    Here is the Solar Ray from the same position

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    gafftaper Senior Team Senior Team Fight Leukemia

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    Very impressive and the price is dropping all the time. Look out Color Kinetics your nasty patents may not be able to protect you from the Chinese.
     
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    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
     
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    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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