These Clay Paky A.leda K5 Wash moving lights are in good working condition.
A.Leda Wash K5 is the smallest model in the A.LEDA Series, featuring incredibly extra-speed PAN/TILT movements and a 12deg beam angle. It is fitted with multicolor RGBW LEDs, that produce a full range of vivid colors as well as excellent shades of white.
Each color of each LED may be controlled separately: this unique feature not only allows you to create an endless range of color variations, but also to use each LED of the array as a pixel in order to draw all kinds of graphic images that change dynamically both in shape and color. To ease operation, the light has a library of pre-programmed graphic effects, which operators may customise by changing each parameter: intensity of each color, speed of change, etc.
(1) A.leda K5 Wash
(1) Power Cable
A 8-Unit Road Case included with a purchase of 8 units
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