The G-1 Beam advantages include:
Option of being battery-driven
High power white LED light source
Maintenance-free and multi-environmental fixture
Choice of wired or wireless DMX
Sharply defined beam in speedy operation
Lightweight and compact design
Built-in macro effects
Internal stand-alone programs
Internal pan/tilt presets (patent pending)
A sharply defined, flat and uniform beam that operates rapidly in every movement provides intense mid-air beam effects through a high power white LED light source and a color wheel as well as a gobo wheel. The results are high contrast levels and an extreme brightness. Adding to its uniqueness, this moving head is not only IP65-rated and maintenance-free, but also offers the exclusive choice of being either battery-driven with an impressive 10-12 hours operation in typical use or being connected wired mains power.
It provides a staggering output of 62,000 lux at a 3-metre distance and a colour temperature of 6,500K on pure white light. The G-1 is equipped with a 2.8˚ fixed beam angle; however, it can deliver an aperture pseudo zoom adjustable down to 0.3˚. Its motorized focus is both fast and precise.
Using USITT standard DMX512, the G-1 can be controlled via wireless DMX or via cabling.
Power cable, omega bracket
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