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Elation Releases Design Beam 300E

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This 300-watt DMX-compatible moving head is designed to serve as a spot, wash or long throw effect.


The fixture includes a built-in wireless DMX receiver (EWDMX), allowing it to be controlled wirelessly by Elation’s WDMXT transmitter.

The Design Beam 300E is equipped with a 300-watt Fast Fit Phillips lamp. Its concentrated light effect of 33,000 lux is designed to deliver illumination as a spot or a wash. A 32-character digital LCD completes the Design Beam 300E’s functions.

The Design Beam 300E is designed for various purposes such as washing a background wall, spotlighting a stage or house of worship service, or throwing light over a dance floor. The fixture features CMY color mixing, 8 static replaceable dichroic colors, 6 rotating indexing gobos, a rotating indexing prism, variable frost, a dimmer/strobe and 18 DMX channels. Another feature is its 630° pan/tilt lock and 540° pan x 265° tilt.

The Design Beam 300E weighs 56 lbs. and measures 17" × 17.6" × 20".

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MSRP: $4,999.95

For more information, visit their web site at www.elationlighting.com.
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