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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Programmi Sistemi Luce (PSL) Lone Star Units

Great classic moonflower units from PSL!  These are the Lone Star units.  Each unit features a 24 volt, 150 watt FCS capsule bulb that is mounted in front of a mirrored dish assembly.  The mirror dish assembly rotates to the beat of the music via a sound circuit installed in the unit.  The output is tons of beams of light that move all around the room.  In addition there are also colored acrylic color wheels that mount on the front part of the units.  The wheels rotate at around 5 - 6 RPM making the beams change from white to yellow to red to green.  The rotation motors for the wheels run constantly.  If 1 color is desired the motor can be unhooked or if just white is needed the wheels can be removed all together.  Unfortunately these units were in bad condition when they arrived.  The color wheels all were cracked and the circuitry had to be repaired.  Also one of the front motors was dead.  A little time and effort got these back up and running.  The units are very similar to the Martin Ministar units as they had a similar external color wheel attachment and output.  Great units made in Italy.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Teclumen / EasyLight Super Twist 150al

Great moonflower effect from Teclumen / EasyLight.  This is the Super Twist uno unit that features a central 24 volt, 150 watt FCS lamp that is mounted in the center of the unit.  Behind the bulb is a multi-color dichoric dish with a super high quality Micromotor attached to it.  The motor is sound active and triggered from a PCB mounted on the bottom of the unit.  The light projects from the bulb then off the dichoric dish.  From there it focuses through a convex lens and then finally onto a sound active rotating mirror.  The mirrors rotation is triggered from a separate PCB mounted on the top of the unit.  The output is colorful beams of light that spin and scan around the room.  Having separate PCB's makes a better effect as the motors will trigger differently rather than everything moving at the same time in sequence.  There is also a duo unit which is similar but has dual output.  Super high quality unit made in Italy.