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The Fusion Tri FX Bar is a 21.25"/538mm long LED bar that combines two different and dramatic effects in one light.

Effect number one is a hardedge LED color pinspot—4 of them, to be precise. Each of the pinspots is capable of producing 7 colors—red, green, blue, yellow, purple, cyan, and white. Effect number two is an LED wash/strobe effect, created by 3 banks of LED lights positioned between the 4 pinspots. The banks are different colors—red, green and blue—and each is powered by 45 LEDs, for a total of 135 LEDs, which is capable of strobing in every color.

Check it out in action in this video:

For those who want to customize their light show, the Fusion Tri FX Bar can also be run in DMX Mode from any standard DMX-512 controller. It operates on 8 DMX channels, giving users control over chases, strobing, and the colors of the pinspots and washes. A 4-button LED display menu on the rear of the unit makes it easy to navigate through the settings. The Fusion Tri FX Bar can also be run remotely from American DJ’s optional UC3 controller (sold separately), which allows control over its basic functions.

Thanks to its LED light sources, the Fusion Tri FX Bar is also described as easy to maintain and energy-efficient. Its LEDs have a rating of 50,000 hours. The unit consumes a maximum of 32 watts of electricity, according to American DJ.

The Fusion Tri FX Bar comes with a mounting bracket and features multi-voltage operation: AC 100V-240V 50/60Hz. It measures 21.25" L x 5.75" W x 10.5" H/538 × 143 × 263mm, and weighs 9 lb.

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The MSRP of the Fusion Tri FX Bar is $399.95.
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