Laser Stage Lighting

Our range of laser stage lighting is aimed for larger events to produce an impressive, powerful display of light.

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  1. BeamZ Professional Pandora 1600 Laser Light Projector
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    BeamZ Professional Pandora 1600 Laser Light Projector
    • Powerful RGB laser unit
    • TTL RGB colour modulation
    • 25K optical scanning motors for tight light beams
    • DMX compatible with 12 or 23-channel operation
    • Sound-activated with adjustable sensitivity
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  2. BeamZ Pollux 1200 TTL Professional Stage Laser System - 1.2W
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    BeamZ Pollux 1200 TTL Professional Stage Laser System - 1.2W
    • BeamZ 1.2W TTL full colour laser
    • 15K high speed optical scanner
    • 17 DMX channels and ILDA control
    • Auto shows and 2GB SD memory
    • Red (350mW), Green (150mW) and Blue (700mW)
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  3. BeamZ Pollux 2500 Professional Analog Stage Laser System - 2.5W
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    BeamZ Pollux 2500 Professional Analog Stage Laser System - 2.5W
    • BeamZ 2,5W analog animation laser
    • 25K high speed optical scanner
    • 17 DMX channels and ILDA control
    • Auto shows and 2GB SD memory
    • Red (600mW), Green (800mW) and Blue (1100mW)
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  4. BeamZ Professional Pandora 1200 DJ Laser Light
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    BeamZ Professional Pandora 1200 DJ Laser Light
    • 1000mW Guaranteed Output/1200mW Max Output
    • Professional high speed optical scanner system running at 25k
    • TTL RGB colour modulation for sharper and precise visuals with full colour intensity
    • Powerful laser output guaranteed to produce 1000mW / 1W with a maximum potentially hitting 1200mW / 1.2W
    • ILDA, DMX (12 or 23-channel) control, automatic pre-programmed show or sound-to-light activation mode functionality
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    • Professional stage laser
    • Guaranteed 2W output from the three lasers
    • Analog RGB modulation using the ILDA connections
    • 25K motors for tight effects and colours
    • DMX compatible with 12 or 23 channels
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  6. BeamZ Professional Phantom 5000 DJ Laser Light
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    BeamZ Professional Phantom 5000 DJ Laser Light
    • The Phantom Laser Series are characterized by the compact design and the guaranteed output power.
    • These show lasers provides an analogue modulation what results in a better colour fading and a much broader colour.
    • The lasers can be controlled over ILDA and DMX or run stand-alone in auto or sound activated mode.
    • You can produce the exact effect you want with the DMX and ILDA control.
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    BeamZ Professional Phantom 3000 DJ Laser Light
    • The Phantom Laser Series are characterized by the compact design and the guaranteed output power.
    • These show lasers provides an analogue modulation what results in a better colour fading and a much broader colour.
    • The lasers can be controlled over ILDA and DMX or run stand-alone in auto or sound activated mode.
    • You can produce the exact effect you want with the DMX and ILDA control.
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Laser stage lighting projectors are the most powerful lasers we have to offer. Their suitability ranges from medium-sized halls to large clubs. The wattage of the lasers ranges from 400mW to 5W guaranteed output, making for the most impressive laser stage show you could expect from a high-end production.

The lasers in this range feature ILDA and DMX control. These options are best if you are looking to run multiple lasers at a time as you can hook them up to a PC or DMX software for much higher customisation and control. With a higher-end stage production, you will most likely be using DMX control for your lighting rig, but you wouldn't necessarily need to hook it up to a laser if you are only using one, as you can utilise the standalone or sound-to-light mode instead.

Although you would usually run mini laser stage lighting with DMX or ILDA, you can still run them in standalone or sound to light mode. The standalone mode is great in itself as the laser will have built-in auto shows which provide a three-dimensional display of light, sure to impress any crowd. The sound to light mode offers the same patterns, but it will react to any sound picked up by the built-in mic with adjustable sensitivity.

As with all lasers, stage laser lights are best used with a smoke machine or haze machine. If you want to get the most out of the patterns and displays that the lasers are capable of, smoke, or preferably haze (which is thinner), in the room is essential.

How Does Laser Stage Lighting Work?

Professional stage lasers work by projecting an extremely thin beam of light through multiple mirrors and then out of the front of the unit. The built-in mirror mechanism is what allows lasers to produce hundreds of different unique and impressive shapes in the air (only if used with a smoke or haze machine).

The mirrors themselves within each laser club light also allows for an extremely wide dispersion of light and large surface coverage. The unit itself stays stationary while mounted onto truss or a lighting stand, and the mirror mechanism in the laser allows the light rays to move quickly and clearly.

In a professional stage setting, laser stage lighting projectors are being seen more and more commonly and are a highly regarded aspect of a light show for both audiences and event hosters. The higher-end units in this range are more suited to large stage and club applications, as they will be too bright and powerful for small applications.

Within our range of professional stage lasers are units with full red, green and blue colour modulation. This gives you the ability to achieve many different colours with the same laser unit, either at the same time or separately. The wide variety of colours combined with the shapes that these lasers can produce combine for a truly impressive display of light.

Are Professional Stage Lasers Safe?

Professional stage laser units offer extremely bright beams of light that aren't completely safe. The bright beams of light that these professional lasers produce can cause blindness if exposed to eyes for a long period of time. Due to this, there are many safety regulations that have been implemented over the years that laser units have risen to popularity.

It is extremely important that laser stage lighting units are aimed above the head level of your audience with no possibility of the beams coming into contact with people's eyes. If you would like to produce a scanning effect over your audience, it is ideal to go for laser units with a lower wattage rating, and only scan the audience for a small amount of time.

All of our laser stage lighting projectors are FDA approved, meaning that they are completely safe to operate and don't require any training or special licenses to acquire. They should still be aimed above the head level of your audience for maximum safety when in use. The regulation that lasers should be aimed above the heads of audiences is a good thing though, as it means that you can clearly see all of the patterns that the laser is producing.

It is a common belief that lasers can burn through surfaces if they are strong enough. Although this is true, lasers of this power are not accessible to the general public and are not suitable for use in stage performances, making our professional stage lasers completely safe to operate.

DMX Laser Club Lights

Many, if not all of our laser club lights in this category allow for DMX control. DMX gives you full control over the laser and the effects it produces, such as colour, shape, patterns, movement and brightness. You can program your own shows for the lasers to perform, ideal for large applications alongside live music.

DMX compatibility also means that you can produce your own custom patterns and designs. It is quite an in-depth process involved to be able to do this, but once you've got a hang of it, you can produce your own custom patterns and logos.

The modulation level that our professional stage lasers have to offer means that you can produce extremely clear patterns and beams with high clarity and resolution. This makes this range of lasers great to use for custom words on a backdrop, for example, which can be programmed using DMX equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does laser stage lighting work?

Laser stage lighting works by emitting concentrated beams of light, which are produced through the stimulation of photons. These intense light beams can be controlled and manipulated to create vivid patterns, shapes, and effects that enhance the visual atmosphere of stage performances.

A range of colours and intensities are available, enabling stage designers to create effects to enhance any atmosphere. Safety is paramount, with regulations in place to ensure the beams do not pose a hazard to performers or the audience.

What are stage lasers used for?

Stage lasers are used to enhance the visual impact of performances, creating dynamic lighting effects that complement music, theatre, and dance. They can project vibrant patterns, animate graphics, and generate atmospheric beams across a venue, adding depth and excitement.

Lasers are a great way to set the mood, highlight key moments, and provide a visual narrative that engages the audience. Their versatility allows designers to craft unique and immersive environments, making them a staple in many live events.

Are laser lights visible?

Yes, laser lights are highly visible and notable for their sharp, intense beams that cut through darkness with precision. Their visibility is greatly enhanced by the use of haze or fog machines, which scatter the light, making the beams themselves visible as they travel through the air.

How do you set up a laser light?

Setting up a laser light involves several key steps to ensure safety and optimal performance. Firstly, position the laser on a stable surface or mount it securely at an appropriate height, aiming it away from eye level to prevent direct exposure.

Next, connect the laser to a power source and any control equipment, such as a DMX controller. Then adjust the angle and focus of the beam to suit the desired effect and space. Always test the setup before use to confirm it operates correctly and safely. Importantly, familiarise yourself with safety guidelines to protect both operators and the audience.

How powerful are stage lasers?

Stage lasers vary widely in power, often ranging from 1000mW to over 5000mW, to suit different-sized events. The power required depends on the size of the venue, the desired visual impact, and safety considerations. Higher-power lasers can project beams visible over long distances and in bright conditions, making them suitable for large concerts and festivals.

However, even lower-power lasers can create stunning effects in darker environments or smaller venues. The choice of laser power must balance the need for visibility with safety guidelines to prevent potential hazards.

Are stage lasers safe?

Yes, stage lasers, when used correctly, are completely safe. They are subject to stringent regulations in the UK, designed to protect both performers and the audience. Operators must adhere to specific guidelines, such as ensuring the beams are directed away from eye level.

Can concert lasers damage eyes?

Yes, concert lasers have the potential to damage eyes if not used responsibly. Direct or prolonged exposure to high-intensity laser beams can harm the eyes. This is why it is important to have safety standards in place during shows. Event organisers and technicians are required to follow guidelines, ensuring lasers are positioned and operated in a manner that minimises risk, safeguarding both performers and the audience.

What colour of laser light is the most powerful?

The perceived power of laser light isn't solely determined by its colour but by the energy output and wavelength of the laser. However, in terms of visibility and how our eyes perceive brightness, green lasers often appear the most powerful to the human eye. This is because the human eye is more sensitive to green light, around the 532nm wavelength.

Although blue or red lasers can have equal or greater actual power levels, green lasers are more efficiently detected by our eyes, making them appear brighter and seemingly more powerful under identical conditions.

What type of laser is used in light shows?

A variety of types of lasers are used in light shows, varying in their power, colour options and features to suit different-sized settings and applications. TTL (Transistor-Transistor Logic) laser systems are widely used, where the laser is either fully on or fully off, allowing for sharp transitions and defined patterns.

Analog modulation systems are another popular choice and provide more creative control. These systems offer a range of intensity levels, enabling the laser to produce a wider spectrum of colours. The flexibility in controlling light intensity makes analog-modulated lasers particularly suitable for professional applications where colour blending and fading effects are desired.

How can lasers enhance a stage show?

Lasers can significantly enhance a stage show by adding visual depth and excitement. They enable the creation of vivid, dynamic lightscapes that can transform a performance space, and can be synchronised with music and action. With their precise beams, lasers can outline shapes, animate graphics, and sweep across a venue.

They are particularly effective in creating immersive environments, drawing the audience into the performance. By varying colours and patterns, lasers contribute to the mood and atmosphere, complementing any stage show.