Battery-powered tri-color wash effect.
EZWedge Tri is a battery-operated, tri-color LED wash light that fits perfectly inside TRUSST Goal Post and Arch Kit truss systems. The rechargeable, lithium battery lasts up to 20 hours from a single charge, and you can easily check the battery status with the built-in battery life indicator. The EZwedge Tri attaches to 35-mm truss without the need for a bracket, using M10 or M12 threaded rig points. Its flicker-free operation is suitable for on-camera use and it provides smooth dimming with built-in dimming curves. Easily control static colors and automated programs with the included IRC-6 remote, or create any color without DMX by using the built-in digital display and build coordinated light shows by linking other tri-color LED fixtures in Master/Slave mode.
- Battery-operated, tri-color LED wash light fits perfectly inside TRUSST Goal Post and Arch Kit truss systems
- Rechargeable, lithium battery lasts up to 20 hours from a single charge
- Easily check the battery status with the built-in battery life indicator
- Attaches to 35-mm truss without the need for a bracket, using M10 or M12 threaded rig points
- Easily control static colors and automated programs with the included IRC-6 remote
- Create any color without DMX by using the built-in digital display
- Smooth dimming with built-in dimming curves
- Flicker-free operation suitable for on-camera use
- Create coordinated light shows by linking other tri-color LED fixtures in Master/Slave mode
Trust Chauvet lighting to bring life to your event.
- DMX Channels: 3 or 8
DMX Connectors: 3-pin XLR
Light Source: 3 LEDs (tri-color RGB) 3 W (1,050 mA), 50,000 hours life expectancy
Strobe Rate: 0 to 17 Hz
Beam Angle: 16
Field Angle: 30
Illuminance: 1,066 lux @ 2 m
Maximum Run Time (all on): up to 8 hours
Maximum Run Time (single color): up to 20 hours
Recharge Time: 6 hours
Power Linking: 33 units @ 120 V; 57 units @ 230 V
Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
Power and Current: 17 W, 0.2 A @ 120 V, 60 Hz
Power and Current: 16 W, 0.1 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
Weight: 2.8 lb (1.3 kg)
Size: 4.3 x 4.3 x 5.4 in (108 x 108 x 136 mm)
Included Controllers: IRC-6
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- Battery Powered
- Easy Setup
- Ir Remote Included
- Runs Cooler
- No Pure Whites-ambers
- Rgb Only
- Inner-truss Lighting
Comments about Chauvet EZWedge:
these are solidly built fixtures and priced well. having an IR remote for easy setting of parameters without having to dial in RGB codes (or choose presets) from the 4 button front panel is very convenient. these will also easily integrate with a DMX system using standard 3pin DMX connection and a standard 3 channel profile (or build your own to taken advantage of the expanded 7 channel mapping). Charging is quick, and having a pass-thru power cable )the fixture has both a male IEC input and a female 117V outlet, which can be chained man multiple times instead of separate power cords to a power strip.
the fixture does have standard features like strobe, fades, preset colors, and audio triggering. All work perfectly.
battery life is excellent (I've never tested them at the 20 hours listed, but using a full-on RGB profile (the fixture's version of white, which should draw the most power from the battery since all 3 elements are at full power draw) lasts well over 8 hours with no concern). the remote (unlike some remotes that ship with similar triangular-battery powered-TRUSST compatible fixtures) is properly coded for every parameter on the fixture and straightforward. if buying multiple lights, one remote will suffice for all of them, so you'll have lots of backups in case one breaks (one was broken out of the box when I bought mine - chauvet did not return any messages with the customer service department, which did concern me...)
my only "con" is that similar priced, similar sized fixtures are available with RGBW 10 W bulbs instead of the RGB 3W bulbs supplied with EZWedge tri. In most cases, this isn't a huge issue, but, if you need pure white, or true Amber (both of which are common client requests for uplighting in my area) - the best you will get from these is a bright yellow-gold instead of Amber or a pink-skewed white instead of a pure white (as with all RGB-only Color-blending fixtures). I fully understood this when purchasing these, and for most applications it is not an issue, however, if you think you will need those colors, you may want to look at a fixture with RGBW/A LEDS (and, while you are at it, you may be able to get brighter 10W LEDS instead, as well... But, the difference between the 3W and 10W bulbs is certainly not three times as bright...).
Definitely a recommend uplighting fixture for ease of use, if you need battery power, and versatility in standalone operation.