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New RGBAW LED

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by BillESC, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. BillESC

    BillESC Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    High power 1w leds, 60 pcs of leds: 12 Red, 12 Green, 12 Blue, 12 White, 12 Amber
    3 pixels, each pixel 20 leds.
    Average life: over 50000 hours.
    Light output: 1650 lm.
    Lux: 4100 at 2m distance (RGBAW color at full output)
     
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    That's pretty awesome!!
    But how much.. . ? . .. :( LOL
     
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    gafftaper Senior Team Senior Team Fight Leukemia

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    I believe it's a Neo-Neon product... which means not nearly as bad as you might think. In Bill's last post about a new LED from Neo-Neon the street price was under $600. While it looks like this one might cost a little more I doubt it's THAT much more.
     
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    Actually it is not a Neo-Neon produce but a Longman product. While the MSRP will be $ 799.00 the street price will be under $ 500.00
     
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    Thanks for that. I will need some strip type led this summer. I'll keep that in mind.

    Do they make a par 64 with a white and amber diode?
     
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    Can you advise on the size & weight of this fixture? Thanks
    --John
     
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    gafftaper Senior Team Senior Team Fight Leukemia

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    Did you see this post from Bill a while back with a Neo-Neon Solar Ray shoot out? Street price under $1600. See the shoot out pictures at the bottom of the thread.
     
  8. BillESC

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    Hi Len,

    Yes, they offer a Par 64 with your choice of 30 - 1w or 3w diodes in Amber-White-Blue (10 each)
     
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    One more ?? (actually, 2) Bill,

    Is that fixture divisible into segments? Do you have dmx channel assignment info?
     
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    3 pixels, that's really odd, seems it would be easy to have a setting that turns that into a 12 pixel fixture. but oh well. That par 64 looks really interesting are the little orange ring thingies lenses of some type or what is there function?
     
  11. BillESC

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    In 3 pixel mode the fixture requires 22 DMX channels. Were you to do 12 pixels, you end up with around 70. Not fun IMHO.

    You're looking at the Diode lenses, I believe the fixture was lit with an amber gelled light for the photo. The par I pictured is the amber, blue, white version available with either 1w or 3w LEDs.

    The par uses 6 DMX channels.
     
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    Eh, just hook it up to a console that thinks in pixels and HSI and not just in channels and RGBAW, and you're set.
     

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