This is a 8 lamp mini rolling box unit produced from Starlight. Fixture features 8 X 6 volt, 30 watt GE 4515 spot lamps that rotate at around 40 RPM. The unit also features LED indicators that let you know when a lamp is out. This it the first unit that I have seen that uses LEDs and not neon indicators. Unit is 220 volt operation and was shipped in from England! Not sure if there was a name for this unit. If anyone has additional information please let me know.
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Friday, March 30, 2012
Original moonflower units from American DJ. These are circa 1990 and built like tanks! Units use 12 volt, 100 watt FCR lamps with an off-center mirrored dish mounted behind. The mirror dish is sound active rotation via the microphone mounted on the rear. The effect is a rotating swirl of white light that appears and disappears since the dish is mounted off-center. There is a slot in the front of the units where you can add a color gel frame and gel if color(s) are desired. Units unit made in???
Monday, March 26, 2012
Another rare find! This is a 20 sided "Dradle" mirrored centerpiece. Very cool unit that shoots great beams off of each angled side due to the large glass sides. I believe this was made by the same company that did the "Atomic" unit, but not sure.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Awesome unit from Clay Paky!! This is the Spazial 16 Rolling Box Unit. This is the larger of 2 rolling box units hat were produced from Clay Paky. There is also a Spazial 8 which has half as many lamps on it (8). This unit features 16 - 6 volt, 30 watt standard 4515 lamps mounted 4 in a row that share a single circuit. There is also 2 additional circuits. 1 for the spin motor and 1 for the tumble motor. Motors run at 25 RPM each. Unit made in Italy.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Another vintage Rotolite unit. This is a D 6 variable speed helicopter. This unit is circa 1978 -1979 strait out of the disco scene! This unit is very cool as it is variable speed from the wired remote control. Pretty simple design for control. The remote uses a 0 -12 volt DC signal that speeds up or slows down the helicopter unit. The helicopter head is also unique as each pin spot has it's own transformer and power switch. This lets you turn off heads if you don't want to use a specific color or amount. Unit made in the US.