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SlimPAR™ Tri 7 IRC

The SlimPAR™ Tri 7 IRC is a low profile, high-power LED PAR designed for any application where wash lights are needed. Seven tri-color LEDs make this the perfect front light by eliminating multicolored shadows and providing a smooth, even output. The addition of the IRC (Infrared Remote Control) allows simple operation and eliminates the hassle of programming. With a 100% convection cooling system, there is no fan noise to distract the audience.

• Low-profile, tri-color LED Par with built-in infrared technology
• Nearly eliminate multicolored shadows with high-power, tri-color LEDs
• Convenient access to RGB color mixing and static colors with or without DMX
• Emits a smooth and even output perfect for front light applications
• Flicker-free operation suitable for on-camera use
• Increase stand-alone versatility with multiple user-configurable settings
• Save time running cables and extension cords by power linking multiple units
• Access built-in automated programs via IRC (Infrared Remote Control), master/slave, or DMX
• Easily control static colors and automated programs with the optional IRC
• Fits best in the CHS-30 VIP Gear Bag
• Compact design easily fits inside sticks of TRUSST®

• DMX Channels: 3 or 7
• DMX Connectors: 3-pin
• Light Source: 7 (tri-color) 3W (350mA x 3) LEDs 50,000hrs
• Beam Angle: 20°
• Field Angle: 34°
• Illuminance: 1,073 lux @ 2m
• Power Linking: 23 units @ 120V; 39 units @ 230V
• Input Voltage: Auto-ranging 100 - 240VAC 50/60Hz
• Power and Current: 42W, 0.3A @ 120V 60Hz
• Power and Current: 47W, 0.2A @ 230V 50Hz
• Weight: 3.8lbs (1.7kg)
• Size: 8.5 x 7.7 x 4.6in (215 x 195 x 118mm)
• Optional Controllers: IRC (Infrared Remote Control)
• Approvals: CE, MET

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Where to buy this product

Continental US



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