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DJ has added a new laser to itsline of Galaxian solar-system-type effects, the Micro Galaxian, a trim unit that produces over 200 green and red laser beams.

 

When projected on a ceiling or wall, the Micro Galaxian's pin-sized beams give the appearance of a galaxy of stars in the sky. The Micro Galaxian weighs 2 lbs./.6 kg. and measures 2" x 4.75" x 3.5"/50 x 120 x 90mm.

 

No DMX programming is required; the Micro Galaxian comes with its own built-in programs plus a sound-activation mode. The Micro Galaxian also includes an RF wireless remote control. With the remote, you can control Auto/Sound Mode, Black Out, Color Change (R, G, R+G), and Rotation.

 

The laser is said to comply with all FDA standards. A UL-listed multi-voltage power supply (AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz) is designed to allow the unit to go anywhere.

 

The Micro Galaxian is powered by a 30mW green laser and an 80mW red laser. It includes a dual hanging bracket that allows it to sit on the ground or be hung from a wall or ceiling. The Micro Galaxian consumies 9 watts of power at maximum use.

 

Pricing

The MSRP of the unit, including the RF wireless remote controller, is $139.95.

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