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Eurolite ML-56 with amber LEDs will be presented at the PLASA Show in London representing warm colors was a problem for LEDs long. ML-56 RGBA by Eurolite now changes with the. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Levi’s. In addition to its red, green and blue LEDs, the spot also has resistances diodes. Users are now more flexible in the design by the fourth color and can have an influence on the atmosphere. The spot will be unveiled for the first time on the PLASA Show in London. With the ML-56 RGBA model, Eurolite provides a spotlight that is closer to the familiar incandescent and its strong red component with its color temperature. “By adding the color amber, composed from and red and yellow, users, it is now possible to affect the usual RGB color mixing with a fourth primary colour and warm up depending on the desire”.

Particularly noteworthy are the warm, gentle shade of Orange, the harmonious color transition especially from red to green and the mixing of white that can keep up with the appearance of incandescent lamp. A total 36 LEDs are installed in the ML-56 RGBA, which have each a power of 3 Watts, and a viewing angle of 30. The spot can be operated either with four or six DMX channels and is available with black or silver case. The ordinary, small dip switches to control were replaced by a proper menu display and buttons. In this way, the unit can be used to set the DMX values and 15 Farbpresets directly to the headlight set up.

The ML-56 RGBA is more robust and thus very suitable for road use as compared to ordinary Parcans. This is reflected also in the weight. The ML weighs almost twice as much as Parcans five kilograms. The spotlight is limited to the road operating at concerts and fairs but very flexible and not only. Also lounges, bars and clubs can benefit from the special color blend.

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