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This listing is for a Package of (6) ROBE LiteWare HO2 LED uplights. They have been used in TV studios and are in good working condition.
LiteWare RGBW Battery Uplighter with Wireless DMX is a truly stand alone controllable light source. Up to 34 hours permanent use from the integral battery, wireless DMX control and Full RGBW LED colour.
The patented tilting head provides a solution for the efficient lighting of walls, pillars and other architectural features - and the units can be DMX or stand-alone controlled. The Up-lighters will be supplied in purpose-built flight cases of 6 units, complete with inbuilt charging station. The cases can be directly connected to the mains, and an intelligent auto-charging function means they can be stored connected for several weeks and always be ready for action.
(6) LiteWare HO2
(1) Flight Case
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