Scorpion™ RVM

DISCONTINUED SINCE 2013

Scorpion™ RVM is a Fat Beam™ laser effect with red and violet lasers that can mix to create a magenta color. Perfect for mid-air beam looks, the effect can be moved and zoomed to fit the venue perfectly. Scorpion™ RVM is fully linkable with the Scorpion™ GVC and Scorpion™ RGY variants to create a full-spectrum laser show.

• Incredibly-bright, color-mixing aerial effect laser great for any event with fog or haze
• Patented, Fat Beam™ laser technology creates beams that are 4 times thicker than a standard laser
• Extremely versatile zoom range of 1° - 36° gives you the flexibility to create a mind-blowing laser show
• Separate color control offers solid red, solid violet or combined magenta color mixing
• The built-in sliding rail system allows multiple units to hang as one
• Built-in patterns include the popular “laser sky” effect
• Programmable pan, tilt, and zoom with separate X, Y, and Z rolling effects let you easily generate customized and ever-changing laser shows
• Linkable with other Scorpion™ GVC, Scorpion™ RVM and Scorpion™ RGY lasers
• Power linking saves time running cables and extension cords
• Sound-activated programs dance to the beat of the music
• Built-in automated programs via master/slave or DMX

• DMX channels: 10
• DMX connectors: 3-pin
• Pan & tilt: 43°/39° (variable)
• Colors: red, violet and/or magenta
• Light source: 405 nm/15 mW violet laser diode, 650 nm/15 mW red laser diode
• Zoom angle: 1° - 36°
• Power linking: 37 units @ 120 V / 74 units @ 230 V
• Input voltage: Auto-ranging 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz
• Power and current: 16 W, 0.2 A @ 120 V 60Hz
• Power and current: 16 W, 0.1 A @ 230 V 50Hz
• Weight: 5.6 lbs (2.7 kg)
• Size: 11 x 8.5 x 7.4 in (276 x 215 x 187 mm)
• Classified per 21 CFR 1040.10 & .11
• Complies with US FDA CDRH laser safety standards 21 CFR 1040.10 & 1040.11
• Approvals: MET

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Where to buy this product

Continental US



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