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American DJ Unveils LED Trispot Light

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The LED Trispot can produce 7 different colors in all: yellow, purple, cyan, red, green, blue and white.


The fixture utilizes a “tri-color” 3-watt LED source that contains 3 different-color 1-watt LEDs: a red, a green and a blue. This 3-in-1 LED is designed to allow color-mixing to be done inside each individual lamp.

The DMX-512 compatible LED Trispot can also produce a complement of color effects. It can function as a color strobe (slow to fast) and offers full dimming (from 0 – 100%). Featuring an installed 12° beam angle, the Trispot LED can be aimed at a person or object you want to highlight. A 6° beam angle lens is also included in the box.

The LED Trispot gives users the option of choosing from 3 different operational modes: DMX-512, Master/Slave and Sound Active. In DMX mode, the unit can be operated using either 3 or 5 channels of a standard DMX controller. Multiple LED Trispot fixtures can be linked together and operated in sync while in Master/Slave mode. In Sound Active mode, the LED Trispot responds to the beat of the music by running its own built-in programs and chases. Each unit also has an input for American DJ’s universal UC3 controller (sold separately).

The LED Trispot operates at an extremely cool temperature and draws 9W of power.

Weighing 3 pounds and measuring 7.75"L x 5"W x 7.75"H, the Trispot LED is designed to be usable in small locations. A switchable power supply of 100–240V, 50/60 Hz, is included.

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MSRP: $189.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.americandj.com.
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