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Chauvet VUE 2.1 DMX LED Moonflower Effect Light
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Tthe Chauvet VUE 2.1 is a DMX LED moonflower effect light with rotating beams that add dazzle to your display. Features built-in automated and sound-...Click To Read More About This Product
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Tthe Chauvet VUE 2.1 is a DMX LED moonflower effect light with rotating beams that add dazzle to your display. Features built-in automated and sound-activated programs via master/slave or DMX.
The VUE 2.1 has 162 LEDs including red, green, blue, white, and amber to give you plenty of choices for making the night more colorful. This moonflower effect comes with an adjustable hanging bracket with a slide rail and a 47 coverage angle so you can incorporate it into more of your floor area. The Chauvet VUE 2.1 Moonflower has controls for speed and direction, and you can make it blackout, keep it static, or put it in strobe mode.
- 7-channel DMX-512 LED rotating moonflower
- Individual control of 4 separate sections
- Speed and direction control of motor
- Built-in automated programs via master/slave or DMX
- Built-in activated via master/slave or DMX
- Active Features
- Contains red, green, blue, white and amber LEDs
- Adjustable hanging bracket with slide rail
Add more color with this fun moonflower effect. Order today.
VUE 2.1 DMX LED Moonflower Effect Light
- Coverage angle: 47
Light source: 162 (45 red, 33 green, 39 blue, 24 white, 21 amber) LEDs
Power and current: 120V, 60Hz: 30W, 0.3A operating, 1.1A inrush, PF 0.60
AC power: Autoswitching 100V - 240V 50/60Hz
Size: 11"W x 9.5"H x 12.5"D
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Comments about Chauvet VUE 2.1 DMX LED Moonflower Effect Light:
I like the size and portability of the fixtures. These have become a mainstay in my DJ lighting rig. I run them on a DMX controller, and took the time to write a lot of useful scenes for them - in stand-alone mode they would get boring fast. I did have one that I needed to fix after about 6 months use, the others have been fine. I've probably done 100+ shows with them now.