Super-Bright, 12-watt x 7 LED PAR Stage Light (RGBAW-UV)
    Product # 612745
    Super-Bright, 12-watt x 7 LED PAR Stage Light (RGBAW-UV)
    Product # 612745
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    Super-Bright, 12-watt x 7 LED PAR Stage Light (RGBAW-UV)

    Add an extremely bright PAR light capable of delivering Amber, White, and Ultraviolet light, in addition to the standard Red, Green, and Blue using this Super-Bright 12-watt x7 LED PAR StageLight from Monoprice!

    This PAR light features 7 super-bright 12-watt LEDs, each of which is capable of producing Red, Green, Blue, Amber, White, and Ultraviolet light. The colors can be mixed in any combination to produce the exact shades you desire.

    The light has several basic built-in program abilities, such as fade, strobe, color changing, and sound activation modes. Additionally, it features 68 presets/programs, which can be activated to produce specific color washes, as well as several color changing programs. In addition to the built-in modes, it has the capability of responding to DMX signals using 3, 6, 8, 10, or 11 channels. Several basic and programmable nodes allows you to produce smooth fades at speeds slower than real-time.

    A white balance mode allows you to adjust the overall tint of the light produced by having all LED colors on. You can adjust how much of each individual color element is allowed to be displayed. When enabled, the White Balance function effects the overall light output. So, for example, if you set the Red light brightness value to 000 (no brightness), you will not see any red in any of the light produced by this fixture, even if using a preset program or directly accessing the red color.

    It features pass-through connectors for both power and the DMX signal, so you can easily daisy-chain up to 32 lights together. The power connection uses the locking NAC3 connector for additional safety.

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    Model 612745
    LEDs 7 RGBAWV 6-in-1 12-watt LEDs
    Control Signal DMX512, Master/Slave, auto-run
    Control Modes Stand-alone, DMX, Master/Slave, Sound Activated
    # of DMX Channels 3, 6, 8, 10, or 11
    Beam Angle 25°, 45°
    Refresh Rate 1.5 kHz
    Built-in Presets 68 presets
    Cooling Mode Fan cooling
    Life Expectancy 50000 ~ 100000 hours
    Ingress Protection IP20
    Input Voltage 100 ~ 264 VAC, 47 ~ 63 Hz
    Power Consumption 84 watts maximum
    Anti-Electricity Intension 1.5 kV
    Insulation Resistance > 2 megohms
    Dimensions 6.9" x 4.7" x 7.4" (176 x 120 x 188 mm)
    Weight 5.1 lbs. (2.3kg)

    Lux Values for Each Color at Distance
    R G B A W UV ALL
    1 2030 2485 1050 1223 3406 620 11400
    3 210 265 120 135 384 64 1520
    5 82 96 50 53 145 26 510
    7 42 50 25 26 73 12 270
    10 23 28 15 14 42 8 150

    20 Reviews

    90% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Great Product!

    • Anonymous,
    •  Lenexa, KS 
    • 7/25/2016 3:30:55 PM

    This is a great light for the price hard to find a 12 watt lamp in that price range. It has a lot of versitility, also.

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    Great light... for a while

    • Berqist,
    •  Evansville, IN 
    • 7/5/2016 8:36:17 AM

    Pros: • Very bright, saturated color for such a small fixture
    • Priced very affordably for a light you'll likely use to make money
    • Several units can be synced via DMX cable, even without the use of a DMX controller via the MASTER/SLAVE mode
    • Nice assortment of built-in color modes
    • Last mode and settings remembered after removing power
    • Built-in microphone for response to sound
    • Quiet
    • Power cords can be daisy chained

    Cons: • If you DO want to daisy chain the power, you'll have to go shopping, since they don't come with NAC3 POWER OUT plugs (which Monoprice doesn't sell).
    • High, premature failure rate in my small sample set

    I bought 3 of these lights for use in the Laser Tag arena at our business, put into use in late 2015. The effect, if anything, was overwhelming. The sound activation and master/slave features helped provide the exact look we wanted. They're plenty bright, and the UV LEDs give a cool boost to the neon paint in the room. Search for "laser tag obstacle" in YouTube to see a video of them in action (Monoprice is mentioned in the description).

    Unfortunately, after running roughly 3,000 hours (high-side estimate) of their 75,000 hour expected life, the red LEDs, or the electronics that drive them, have failed in two of the spots. While the spots still technically work, they no longer appear to be in sync due to the limited spectrum of two of the lights. They're housed in ventilated, 70 and 120 gal. containers in a 66°F room, so ambient temperature and airflow are not a problem.

    VERY cautiously recommended.

    by Monoprice Administrator

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    Great, versatile fixture!

    • Andrew H.,
    •  Oakdale, CA 
    • 6/12/2016 8:41:39 PM

    Pros: Bright
    White, amber, and UV diodes!
    High refresh rate
    Smoother dimming thanks to "Node" ("Mode"?) feature
    Flexible DMX modes
    White-balance adjustments

    Cons: Heavy

    I wish these had been around 5 years ago. I'm replacing a few Blizzard Puck3's with these, and almost everything is better. The cooling fans on the Puck3's were like banshees. The fans on these are whisper-quiet. You can hear them but from several feet away, they're essentially silent. The brightness is slightly better at full blast than the Puck3's (which were fairly bright in their day). I love the compact size, as they're smaller than you'd think. They are also heavier than they look, but they are very well-made. I love having amber diodes I can achieve some beautiful gold colors with these. The UV is fairly bright, and it throws! Now I can wash the stage with blacklight. The refresh rate is incredibly smooth (no flicker to the eye or the camera), and I love the "Node" setting, which allows the the fixtures to react in a "lazy" way like traditional incandescents (think PAR bulbs). A nice surprise: You can control this setting over DMX!! Just make sure the fixture is in 11-channel mode.

    A footnote: I think "Node" was mistranslated because the LED display can only show N but not M. The manufacturer probably meant "Mode."

    The only thing I can complain about is that they get quite hot. Make sure they are rigged with some sensible space around them.

    Be aware that these use Neutrik power connectors. In my opinion, these are superior compared to IEC connectors, but they are expensive. If you need anything longer than the ~3' cord in the box, or if you want to daisy-chain the power from fixture to fixture, factor new power cables into your overall cost.

    If I find I need more of these fixtures, I will not hesitate to buy more. For the price, they are awesome.

    For the handful of you out there who are complaining about the dimming curve at the bottom end: Look at the price of this fixture. It is not in the same category as a professional "theater-grade" LED PAR can. Monoprice sells those also, but at 2-3 times the cost of this fixture. That being said, I am using these in a theater. )

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    Great Basic LED Fixture

    • Anonymous,
    •  Ledyard, CT 
    • 1/29/2016 8:26:25 PM

    Pros: Bright for the price, lots of modes, full color capability including black light.

    Cons: Lacks an accessory holder for gels and barn doors

    I tried one of these, and liked it so much, I bought 5 more to replace some stage lights.
    I compared this light to a Altman PAR-38 stage light fixture with a 250 watt halogen bulb, measuring the output with a light meter. The light spread is similar in both fixtures, but the PAR-38 is more even - the LED is a little "lumpy", with overlapping bright spots generated by each emitter.
    Starting with just the white LED, it's about 1/3 the brightness of the PAR-38, and the light's a little on the cool side around 5000K, I would guess. With all the LEDs on, the light output is about 2/3 of the PAR-38, and a bit warmer (around 4000K). By blending some blue or amber, you can adjust the white color temperature over a wide range, and the fixture has a setting to lock in the color temperature that you want (but you may loose some brightness).
    Going through the colors, the red LED is about half the brightness of the PAR-38 with a primary red gel filter. Moving to green, the LED is starting to pull even brightness is about the same as the PAR-38 with a primary green gel. When you get to blue, the LED shows its strength - it's about twice as bright as the PAR-38 with a primary blue gel, and the LED color is a much purer blue than the PAR-38.
    The fixture also has a sound activated mode, but the sound needs to be pretty loud to get it to work right, so it may not be very useful unless it's very close to a speaker.
    The only thing missing from this fixture to make it really great is an accessory slot for gels (a little diffusion gel would even out the light) and barn doors.

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    Amazing fixture for the price - great colors and brightness in a PAR64-sized unit.

    • Erik Schorr,
    •  El Dorado Hills, CA 
    • 1/9/2016 6:55:41 PM

    Pros: Very solidly built. Thick glass/polycarbonate diffuser lenses in front of LEDs. Has dual adjustable brackets AND rubber feet to use it for uplights against a wall. Many useful manual and DMX-controlled presets. Very low power consumption. Fan is barely audible, and can't be heard more than a few feet away. The Powercon cable is much easier to insert and remove than other lights' IEC-style power connectors. Comes with a NEMA5-15P-to-Powercon(blue 16A) power cable, so you DON'T need to buy a separate Powercon adapter cable to use this unit. You can daisy chain 8 or more of these off one power feed if you have Powercon chaining cables (grey-to-blue). High PWM switching frequency, so they don't flicker on video when dimmed (unless you're running higher than 1/500sec shutterspeed/angle). Highly adjustable color spectrum.

    Cons: Projected beam has soft edges, much like a BR30 spotlight (brightest area of projected light is about 25 degrees wide, with usable light up to 45 degrees), but the brightest area is in the center of the beam. It would be nice to have different diffuser lenses available, to make it project a "flatter" light.
    The light flashes at full BRIGHT-WHITE when power is first applied. There's a very noticeable step in brightness between levels below 10, and the lowest level (1) is still fairly brigh the selected-level-to-perceived-brightness curve seems smooth only on the bright end of the scale.

    I'm giving this a 5/5 rating because of the incredible price. If it were a $300 light, it would earn 4/5. When all 6 color channels (red, green, blue, amber, white, UV) are on, this puts out as much broad-spectrum light as a 120W halogen bulb, without any detectable heat, and since its "white light" is actually produced with LEDs with varying spectral outputs, you end up with fairly good CRI. When not using them for a show or effects display, I let a couple of these light up my office. I intend to get a couple more of these and some T-stands and try them in a portable stage-lighting setup soon, to see if they'd be good multi-color replacements for "real" PAR64 fixtures.

    Its manual controls are very easy to use if you want or need to run these as standalone (not DMX-controlled) lights. You can choose from 64 preset color combinations, select individual levels for each of the 6 colors, or choose different fade/flash effects. It even remembers your settings if it loses power, and immediately uses the preset you last used when powered back up.

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