Used Power Spot 700 CMY-II | For Sale Item# 42270

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Quantity 3 (Minimum Order 2)
Condition Normal Wear & Tear
Year 2007
Location North America
Case Type Dual
Previous Use Rentals
Warranty 7 Day


Previously used on rentals. Cleaned, maintained, and tested by authorized technicians.Find It on

What's Included

(2) Power Spot 700 CMY-II
(4) Omega Brackets
(1) Dual Flight Case
(2) Safety Cables

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Power Spot 700 CMY-II

Power Spot 700 CMY-II

- 700 CMY Color Mixing Moving Head w/Animation Wheel

? USITT DMX-512 (16-bit resolution)

? 24 DMX Channels

? 4 Digit L.E.D. Display

? On Board Menu Settings

? 3-pin XLR Serial Input/Output

? Sound Active Mode - Built-in Mic

? Lamp On/Off Power


? Modular Internal Construction 1/4 Turn Removable Lid 1/4 Turn Lamp Replacement


? High Output Luminous- Dichroic Glass Reflector

? 14 - 32 Degree Linear Zoom

? All Lenses Are Anti-Reflection Coated

? 4900 lux @ 10M


? Full Color Mixing with CMY Flag System

? Interchangeable Color Filters, 8 Dichroic Color Filters CTC, CTB + White, Split Colors

? Continuous, Variable Speed, Color Scrolling in Both Directions (Rainbow Effect)

? More Color Combinations Possible By Overlaying the Multi-Color Dichroic Gobo and the Colors on the Color Wheel


? Gobo-Wheel 1: 7 Exchangeable, Rotating Quick-Snap Gobos Plus "Open"

? Gobo-Wheel 2: 9 Fixed Exchangeable Standard Gobos Plus "Open"

? Gobo Outside Diameter 26.9 mm, Image Size 23 mm

? Gobo Thickness: Glass = 1.1 - 3.0 mm, steel = 0.3 mm

? Gobo Overlay (Gobo Morphing)


? 1 Variable Speed Replaceable Rotating Animation Wheel

? 4 Extra Animation Wheels Included

? 8 Optional Animation Wheels Available


? Variable Speed Strobe Effect (1-10) Flashes Per Second

? Pre-set Variable/Random Strobe and Dimming Pulse Effect

? Dual Flag Mechanical Dimming System 0%-100%


? Beam Narrow to Wide (4% - 100%)

? Variable Speed Iris Macros

? Small to Large and Large to Small Iris Pulse Effect


? Variable Frost Control

? Hard Edge to Soft Edge


? 3-facet Rotating/Indexing Prism

? Both Directions At Variable Speeds

? Macro-Function For Rotating Gobos/Rotating Prism Combinations


? Motor Driven Focus From Near to Far


? 14 - 32 degree Linear Zoom


? Phillips MSR 700/2 (700W, 72V, 7500degK, 1000 HRS) 55000 lumens, base: G22 (Medium Bi-Post)


? Automatic Pan / Tilt Position Correction

? Maximum PAN-Movement 540deg 16-bit Resolution Maximum TILT-Movement 280deg 16-bit Resolution


? (LxWxH) 19 x 14 x 29 / 482.6 x 355.6 x 736.6 mm

? 63 lbs. / 28.5 kgs.


? 2 X 1/4 Turn Omega Brackets 4 X M-10 Threaded Holes for Clamps


? Electronic Ballast

? Voltage: AC 90-260V 50/60Hz

? Power Consumption: 900W (120V=7.5A)


? DRC-700

? DRC-700PRO


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