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LEDJ 7Q5 Led Uplighter white housing 7 x 5watt RGBA led

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The LEDJ 7Q5 RGBA is a very bright led uplighter from LEDJ, which offers a great colour mix. The LEDJ 7Q5 uses 7 x 5watt Quad leds which consist of Red, Green, Blue and Amber. This light is perfect for uplighting or been used as a par can for stage use.

Housing 7 Quad (RGBA) 5W LEDs and featuring amber LEDs, the Slimline 7Q5 produces a wide spectrum of smooth colours from rich saturated hues to subtle pastel shades. These units have rugged, all metal housing and measure only 99mm in depth for easy transportation and installation. They are also convection cooled for silent operation and feature a 25 degree beam angle. The 4 push button LED menu or optional  IR remote allows easy access to the functions including DMX, master/slave, sound active and stand alone.

7 x 5W quad-colour LEDs (RGBA)

Beam angle: 25 degrees

400Hz refresh rate

0-100% dimming and variable strobe

DMX channels: 2, 3, 4 or 7 selectable

Static colour, colour change, colour fade, auto, sound active, master/slave and DMX modes

4 push button menu with LED display

Optional I.R. remote (LEDJ90C)

IEC power in/out sockets

3-pin XLR in/out sockets

Convection cooled

Power consumption: 45W

Power supply: 100~240V, 50-60Hz

Dimensions: 202 x 99 x 224mm

Weight: 2.5kg

Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
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Ledj 7Q5 Led Uplighter white housing 7 x 5watt RGBA led

Bought 4 of these plus controller for our Live Entertainment nights as stage lighting to replace old LED par64 cans. They blend into the ceiling perfectly as I got the white ones and the power output is fantastic. Lights up a stage 16ft x 8ft brilliantly and the colour changing is fantastic. Plus top service with next day delivery. If you need stage lighting or band lighting, these are compact, easy to transport and bright

August 6, 2014 | Gordon Tartt