The COLORado 1-Tri Tour features 14 3W tri-color LEDs to allow color mixing in each LED rather than the fixture as a whole.
All diodes stay on continuously to produce a more vibrant and even color without multi-colored shadows, the company says.
Color temperature presets range from 3,200 K to 10,000 K. Five distinct dimming curves provides improved, smoother dimming.
The COLORado 1-Tri Tour responds to 3, 4, 5 or 10 channels of DMX control. It is designed to provide a “nearly limitless color range, from rich vivid hues to delicate pastels.” RGB color mixing can be performed with or without DMX. Vector Speed provides smoother color changes. The output is a bright 1,600 lux @ 2 meters. Additional features include an LED display with password protection, a gel frame holder and PowerCon connectors for power in and out as well as direct DMX connectors.
The luminaire comes with 16° lenses that mirror the performance of a medium-flood PAR lamp. The COLORado 1-Tri Tour is linkable with up to 12 units at 120V.
The hanging bracket allows for truss mounting and doubles as a floor stand. An auto-ranging power supply allows the fixture to adapt to the voltage provided, ranging from 100V to 240V.
Check out www.chauvetlighting.com for more details.
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