MCM Electronics

Low Profile LED Light 7 X 5W Quad Color LED's RGBA Black Housing By Ledj (LEDJ59B) MCM Part #555-27075

5 stars 1 review
$89.99 

Slimline 7Q5 RGBA (black housing)

Housing 7 x 5W quad-color LED's including amber, the Slimline 7Q5 produces a wide spectrum of smooth colors from rich saturated hues to subtle pastel shades. These units have rugged, all metal housing and measure only 3.9" in depth for easy transportation and installation. They are also convection cooled for silent operation and feature a 25° beam angle.

  • Also available with White Housing
  • Specifications Top

    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.

      Features
    • 7 x 5W quad-color LED's (RGBA)
    • Beam angle: 25°
    • 400Hz refresh rate
    • DMX channels: 2/3/4 or 7 selectable
    • Static color, color change, color fade, auto, sound active and master/slave modes
    • 0-100% dimming and variable strobe
    • Bracket allows for multiple rigging or floor standing applications
    • Rear control panel allows panel to sit flat on the floor for uplighting
    • 4 push button menu with LED display
    • IEC power in/out sockets
    • 3-pin XLR in/out sockets
    • Side entry XLR and power connections
    • Convection cooled
    • Optional IR remote (555-27085 LEDJ90C)
    • Black housing

    Specifications
    Power consumption: 45W
    Power supply: 100~240V, 50/60Hz
    Dimensions: 8" x 3.9" x 8.8"
    Weight: 5.5lbs
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:555-27075
    Ledj Part #:LEDJ59B
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:5.5625 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    RoHS Comp:No
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:10.75 in.
    Width:9.25 in.
    Height:6 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No

    Product Reviews Top

    • by stevegarris

      on 6/12/2015

      Amazingly bright Par-Like LED's

      Overall: 5 out of 5
      Value:
      Quality:

      I've been doing sound & lights in local bars for 30 years, and my current band purchased 8 of these recently. They are simply amazing! These lights are extremely bright and throw nice, solid beams. We use them on 4-bars for backlighting. We have (4) RBGW and (4) RBGY - alternating every other light. They are all slaved to each other via DMX cables, and one unit running as the master, using the built-in "sound activation" program. We use the lowest sensitivity setting for this rock band, and they are not too blinky looking. They run their own light show to the music, so I can focus on mixing. In this video, they are the 4 lights seen on a tree just behind the vocal mic:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G77W--3tdc