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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Lampo Corallo MKI Moonflower Unit


Another great classic moonflower from Lampo.  This is the Corallo unit that features a super bright 36 volt, 400 watt EVD lamp set in front of a huge multi-color dish.  The dish rotates to the music via the sound active PCB mounted on the rear of the unit.  It triggers the Micro Motor attached to the dish.  This unit was in very poor condition when received but we made it great again!  Originally 220 volt we converted to 110 volt.  New fan and lamp transformer were installed and the PCB transformer had the power taps adjusted for 110 voltage.  In addition a paint job was needed.  A lot of work went into this unit but well worth it to keep another classic alive!  Great unit made in Italy.    














Saturday, March 11, 2017

Coemar Multi Tunnel Units



Classic projectors from Coemar.  These are the Multi Tunnel units that look just like to common Spartan units (Use the same aluminum chassis) but have a different front lens assembly.  The Spartan units have solid plastic lenses across the front and these have 10 smaller round glass lenses.  The beams are smaller and more concentrated.  The lamp source is a common 120 volt, 750 watt 6880P bulb.  You can also use the 120 volt, 800 watt Roundlux lamp as well.  These look awesome on a chaser.  Great fixtures made in Italy.














Coemar Strobe Light 700



Classic Strobe unit from Coemar.  This is the Strobe Light 700 model that features a Philips XOP 7OF - 52 volt, 750 watt linear tube producing a super bright blinding light output.  The flash rate is adjustable with a potentiometer located on the rear of the unit.  External control of the unit can be accomplished by using the 1/4" connection terminal on the rear next to the onboard speed control.  It appears Coemar only made these units in 22 volt versions so that is why this unit includes an external transformer box to boost the US 110 voltage to 220 volts.  Connection between the transformer and the strobe head is connected with a Harting 4 pin connection.  Unit is constructed from super light and versatile aluminum with a protective mesh to protect the lamp in case of something striking the unit.  Very cool unit made in Italy.