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Impressively bright gobo projections and spot illumination from a compact, 45W LED projector
Brilliant UV output for vivid spot illumination or textured gobo projection onto fluorescent scenery or objects
A pocket-sized LED projector for impressively bright gobo projections and spot illumination
A pocket-sized UV LED projector for impressive ultraviolet illumination and vivid black light gobo effects
Image Spot can project any Rosco pattern – from the world’s largest library of standard gobo designs – or, project a custom gobo with a specific image, logo or message. The Image Spot is ready to accept steel, black and white & color glass gobos, and even thicker Effects Glass gobos such as Image Glass and ColorWaves.
Image Spot's engineered optics produce a light beam with the highest uniformity and resolution, which enables the fixture to project even illumination or a crisp gobo image at distances up to 40 feet (12m).
Image Spot is available in a number of different models to create spot-lighting or project gobos everywhere those effects may be required, including an IP40 rated model for indoor use, an IP65-rated model for outdoor use and an HT model for installations into areas with high ambient temperatures.
Each Image Spot Lens Optic is designed to receive the optional Image Spot Lens Cover that prohibits water & debris from entering the front of the optic. This easy-to-access filter chamber is also useful for installing one of the diffusion filters found in the optional OPTI-FLECS Filter Pack.
Control the output of the Image Spot using its on-board dimming controls or by connecting the Image Spot to a DMX control device for remote intensity control. The IP40 model connects to DMX via standard RJ45/Cat5 cable, while the UV, HT and IP65-DMX units connect via a factory-installed, exterior-rated Cat5 cable.
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