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American DJ’s Jelly Par Profile is a low-profile LED uplighting fixture that comes in a glowing transparent case.

Part of American DJ’s Jelly Series, the Jelly Par Profile is actually two effects in one; in addition to being an RGB color wash with a  "sit-flat”  design, its colors shine through its case to provide a second jewel-like effect.

 

Suited for mobile entertainers and stage lighting designers, the Jelly Par Profile will bath a room in washes of RGB color provided by a total of 108 10mm LEDs (26 red, 46 green and 36 blue).

 

It has 5 operational modes. In Auto and Sound Active modes, the unit can run to its own internal programs. When used in a Master/Slave configuration, multiple Jelly Par Profiles can be linked together via 3-pin XLR cables, and each unit can be daisy-chained to the next thanks to the IEC power inputs and outputs located on the side of each unit.

 

The Jelly Par Profile features 7 DMX channel modes for a variety of programming options. For those who aren’t experienced with DMX, the unit can also be operated using the American DJ RC wireless infrared remote (sold separately), which works from distances of up to 30 feet/10M.

 

Each of the unit’s long-life LEDs is rated at 50,000 hours. The unit has a maximum power draw of 14 Watts.

 

Other features of the Jelly Par Profile include a 30° beam angle, 32 built-in color macros, flicker-free operation, 4-button LED menu for navigation, LED color pulse and strobe effect, electronic dimming from 0–100 percent and multi-voltage operation (AC 90V–240V/50/60Hz).

 

It measures 9”L x 8.75”W x 3.5”H (225 x 220 x 85mm) and weighs 3 lbs. (1.1kg).

 

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