BeamZ PS12W LED Spot Light

£77.99
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BeamZ PS12W LED Spot Light
( FFA4707 )

( FFA4707 )

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£77.99
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Key Features

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  • 1x 12W RGBW 4-in-1 LED
  • Colour mixing: Red, Green, Blue and White
  • LED light intensity can be adjusted in 9 steps
  • Lens with 5 degrees degree beam angle to create a narrow bundle
  • Strobe function
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Product Description

The PS12W is a compact pinspot with a powerful 12 watt 4-in-1 LED. The LED is build up with the colours red, green, blue and white and the light intensity can be adjusted in 9 steps.

Because of the narrow spot it's ideal for aiming at mirror-balls, it can also be used to create mood lighting on a restaurant table, or to spotlight displays in store.

The PS12W is equipped with an internal cooling unit, so there is no need for a noisy fan.

FEATURES
Features
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  • 1x 12W RGBW 4-in-1 LED
  • Colour mixing: Red, Green, Blue and White
  • LED light intensity can be adjusted in 9 steps
  • Lens with 5and#176; degree beam angle to create a narrow bundle
  • Strobe function
  • Sound activated
  • Auto mode
  • Internal cooling without fan
  • Including mounting bracket and remote control
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Lightsource: 4-in-1 LED
  • LED Colours: Red, Green, Blue, White
  • LED Power: 12
  • Quantity of LEDs: 1
  • Beam angle (degrees): 5
  • Field angle (degrees): 9
  • Illuminance 2900: lx at 1m
  • Modes: Automatic programs, Sound to Light
  • Power Plug: Fixed Power Lead
  • Power consumption: 0.03A
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 155 x 130 x 80 mm
  • Weight (kg): 0.45
  • Accessories: Mounting bracket, Remote control
  • MPN: 151.265
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Product Questions
Is this pinspot available in a white or silver frame ?
Question by: sheryl on 1 Sep 2019, 16:23
This product is only available in black
Answer by: Russell Nie on 2 Sep 2019, 16:08