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ADJ (American DJ) Vizi Scan LED Pro
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ADJ (American DJ) Vizi Scan LED Pro

Moving mirror from ADJ (American DJ) .

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  • Manufacturer: ADJ (American DJ)
  • Model: Vizi Scan LED Pro
  • Category: Moving mirrors
  • Added in our database on: 10/21/2011

The Vizi Scan LED Pro is a high performance DMX Scanner that features two effects in one: A hard edge spot beam or a wash (frost) effect! This fixture is powered by a high output 50W long life LED source (6500˚K, 60,000 hr.) with a low power draw of 130W.

This unit is compact & light weight and offers plenty of pro features such as: 8 Dichroic Colors + white (includes UV), 7 Rotating Gobos (Interchangeable) a Prism Wheel with 3-facet and Infinite prisms, Remote Focus, Gobo Indexing, Dimming (0-100%), Strobe effect, 2 DMX channel modes (12 or 14 Ch.) and a Gobo Scroll mode.

The Vizi Scan LED Pro also features the SLOCK™ - Slide Lock gobo changing system - that makes removing and installing gobos much easier.



- 50W High Output LED DMX Scanner that produces a spot and a wash effect
- RDMX - Remote DMX addressing (Change DMX values remotely from any DMX console)
- 7 Rotating, Interchangeable Gobos + Spot (5 metal + 2 glass gobos) with SLOCK™ (Slide Lock) gobo changing system
- 7 Colors + UV Filter + White
- Independent gobo and color wheels
- 12 Ch. or 14 Ch. DMX Modes
- 4 operational modes: DMX, Master/Slave, Stand Alone & Sound Active
- Prism Wheel: 3-Facet or Infinite
- Frost Effect (Wash)
- Pan/Tilt (8-Bit) + Fine Pan/Tilt (16-Bit)
- Metal Gobo size: 26mm (25mm viewable gobo size; thickness: 0.3mm)
- Glass Gobo size: 26mm (25mm viewable gobo size; thickness: 2mm)
- Dimming: 0% - 100%
- 13-degree beam angle
- Remote Focus
- Gobo Shake
- Gobo Indexing
- Strobe effect
- Pan: 180-degree
- Tilt: 35-degree
- LED DMX 4-Button menu system
- Stepper motors with micro stepping
- Hanging bracket included
- 3-pin XLR In/Out
- Fan cooled
- Gobo scroll mode
- Auto X-Y repositioning
- Shutter: Pulse effect; random strobe slow to fast
- Flicker-free operation
- Multi-voltage Operation: 100-240V, 50Hz/60Hz
- Power Consumption: 130W max
- Lamp: 50W white LED source, 6500˚K (60,000 hour rated)
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 297x301x563mm
- Weight:  7.5kg.

 

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