Blizzard Lighting's SkyBox™ Chroma

Blizzard Lighting's SkyBox™ Chroma

Waukesha, WI. - You know your rig’s uplighting is on point when it’s stocked with Blizzard Lighting’s SkyBox™ Chroma fixtures!

Unlike any other uplight, SkyBox™ Chroma offers a unique lighting solution with a one-of-a-kind, patent pending design. What makes this uplight so elegant? It’s dual-layered, separately controlled, 6-in-1 LEDs. SkyBox™ Chroma has 3x 15W RGBAW+UV LEDs on the bottom and 6x 15W RGBAW+UV LEDs up top for a total of 9x 15W RGBAW+UV LEDs! You won’t find color mixing as brilliant and versatile as SkyBox™ Chroma.

SkyBox™ Chroma fixtures feature a 2.4Ghz built-in wireless DMX receiver, an ultra, long-life, Intelion™ lithium ion battery system with 3 user selectable power output modes and a super-quiet variable-speed internal fan for cooling. These fixtures can be controlled on either 6/11/15 or 18-channel DMX and the built-in 4 character/4 button LCD control panel allows total control over the fixture, including master/slave, auto mode, fade, strobe settings, manual color adjustment, sound active mode, wireless ID settings and power output mode settings. SkyBox™ Chroma can also be controlled by the SkyBox™ Chroma IR remote control. Remote sold separately.

Additionally, SkyBox™ Chroma features built-in PowerCon™ compatible AC power In/Out connectors, 3-pin DMX In/Out connections, a main power switch and an LED illuminated battery power gauge which illuminates red during charge and green when fully charged.

Retail price of the SkyBox™ Chroma: $799.99.

Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, Wis., is a leader in LED entertainment lighting. You can find Blizzard’s products working hard on tour and in performance venues around the world. To learn more, visit us at www.blizzardlighting.com

 
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