BeamZ 3-in-1 Double Moon LED DJ Light Moonflower, Laser & Strobe

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BeamZ 3-in-1 Double Moon LED DJ Light Moonflower, Laser & Strobe
( FFA2958 )

( FFA2958 )

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Regular Price £145.00 Special test Price £140.00
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Key Features

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  • 3-in-1 effect with moonflower, laser and strobe
  • Double moonflower with 66 LEDs
  • Laser Red (150mW) and green (50mW)
  • Stroboscope unit with 12x1W white SMD LEDs
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Product Description

The Terminator IV combines the power of 3 great effects into a single fixture. The double moonflower creates colourful effects that, combined with the laser, light up any dance floor. Finished off with a strong white stroboscope to create extra energy in the room. This effect offers small clubs and mobile entertainers the convenience of having multiple effects in one light show without having to transport multiple fixtures.

FEATURES
Features
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  • 3-in-1 effect with moonflower, laser and strobe
  • Double moonflower with 66 LEDs
  • Laser Red (150mW) and green (50mW)
  • Stroboscope unit with 12x1W white SMD LEDs
  • IR-remote control
  • Sound activated with adjustable sensitivity
  • Auto mode with adjustable speed
  • DMX in/output via 3-pin XLR
  • Control panel with LED display
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Power: 18W
  • Laser: Red and Green
  • Laser: Green 50mW
  • Laser: Red 150mW
  • DMX channels: 4 or 8
  • Number of LEDs: 66x RGBW + 12x1W
  • Colours: Red, Green, Blue, White
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC / 50-60Hz
  • Dimensions: 225 x 340 x 100mm
  • Weight: 2.6kg
  • MPN: 153.716
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Product Questions
I want something like this in my workshop for when I'm doing a turbo trainer session.... will it work on its own or does it need plugging into sound unit? - I want to use my iPhone
Question by: Mark Townsend on 21 Oct 2020, 17:35
This will work on its own with a sound to light setting in which the lights will react to music within the environment.
Answer by: Kris Wold on 22 Oct 2020, 09:28