The LED Beam Scan is designed to put the pinspot in a new type of motion with its panning head, designed to allow the unit's bright 3W LED to scan back and forth a wide-ranging 270°.
Featuring DMX-512 protocol, the LED Beam Scan is designed to sweep its 3W LED beam across a dance floor, stage, exhibit or grand opening celebration, rev it up with strobing and add some dramatics with dimming, the company says.
Or it can be used as a simple stationary spot to highlight performers, illuminate a display, or project onto a mirrorball at a disco.
The LED Beam Scan can be operated a variety of different ways: in 3– or 5-channel DMX modes, or without a DMX controller in Sound Active or Master-Slave modes. As another option, it can be run with American DJ’s easy-to-use UC3 remote controller (sold separately) to control blackout and other functions.
The LED Beam Scan includes a 4-button DMX menu, In/Out IEC power connection to daisy-chain power, and multi-voltage operation: AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz. Its LED lamp consumes 15W of power and has an operating life of 50,000 hours. The unit measures 6.75"L x 6.25"W x 7.25"H, and weighs 3 lbs.
The LED Beam Scan comes with a hanging bracket for mounting on truss and can also be set upright on a table or floor.
The MSRP of the LED Beam Scan is $199.95.
To see the LED Beam Scan in action, check out this video:
For more information, visit their web site at www.americandj.com.
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