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This LED-powered DMX spot fixture produced an output described as brighter than a typical 150-watt discharge lamp.

The E Spot LED is loaded with DMX-operational features and effects, including 8 dichroic colors, 7 rotating gobos, 3 rotating prisms, variable speed Shutter/Strobe, 0–100% Electronic Dimming, Motorized Focus and more.

Measuring 8"L 11.8"W x 17.2"H/203.2mm x 299.72mm x 436.88 mm and weighing 25 lbs./11kg., the pint-sized E Spot LED can be taken on tour and to all types of events.

Powered by a CBT-90W white 6500°K LED light source, the E Spot LED features a color wheel with 8 dichroic colors and variable speed color scrolling. Seven rotating/indexing replaceable gobos are also included, with gobo scrolling and a Gobo Shake effect. More effects can be created by the unit’s 3 rotating, indexing prisms – a 3-facet, 5-facet and 3D. The E Spot LED has a 15° beam angle and can pan/tilt 540°/ 630° x 265° for wide-ranging coverage.

All of these and its other features, including Shutter/Strobe, Electronic Dimming and Motorized Focus, can be commanded with a standard DMX controller via 12– or 14-channel operation. The E Spot LED also includes 8 built-in programs which can be called up either manually or via DMX. Another feature is Elation’s RDMX (Remote DMX Addressing), which allows DMX values to be set remotely from the controller itself, eliminating the need to climb on ladders to access installed fixtures.

The E Spot LED produces an output of 960 lux/ 91 foot-candles at 16 feet, while consuming only 180W at maximum use.

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The MSRP of the E Spot LED is $1,999.95.
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