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    Stage Right by Monoprice 180W COB LED Ellipsoidal with Manual Zoom (RGBW, 17°-50° beam angle)
    Product # 612754
    In Stock This item should ship tomorrow (11/13/2018) if ordered within 21 hours 24 minutes

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    How capable is it of producing a warm white?
    Ryan H on Feb 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It has full color mixing capabilities so you can make it pretty much any color you want...very smooth dimmer curves too. We bought a pair to replace a couple of aging Altman incandescents...no regrets and in fact, we're probably going to be buying several more very soon.
    How many lumens does this produce? Does it work well outside ? How does it compare to a 750w source 4 elliptical ?
    A shopper on Jun 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your interest in this stage light. With RGBW at full value this ellipsoidal will produce 4875 lumens. Brightness is comparable to a 500W halogen bulb.
    Do the lights come with a mounting clamp?
    Carmine I on Mar 30, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: They do not, there is a mounting hole on the bracket that will allow you to attach whatever mounting clamp you prefer. I would also recommend a safety cable although this is an LED fixture the housing is all metal and has some weight to it.
    I am looking for some photometry data. How many lux or foot candles at various distances at various zoom angles. In another post, it was stated that the fixture puts out 4875 lumens? This seems low given that I have 22 watt hardware store LED lamp that says it puts out 2680 lumens.
    A shopper on Aug 2, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: 4875 is correct. Pure white bulbs will have a brighter output because they are only producing one color. the reds and blues give you a huge color pallet but sacrifice a lot of output lumens. We are currently working on providing a more complete spec sheet.
    What power cable is included with the light?
    Carmine I on Mar 30, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: A standard NAC3 to NEMA-15 cable is included. We also include a grey NAC3 connector for you to assemble your own jumper. Detailed instructions are included in the manual so you do not fry yourself or your electrical panel.
    What size gel slot is on the front, and does it come with a frame? I would like to use frost. Also, what power cable comes with the unit? Is it a blue powercon to edison male?
    A shopper on Dec 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The gel slot is located midway where the shutters are. It is standard "B" size.
    Stage Right by Monoprice Ellipsoidal Aluminum Replacement Gobo Holder B Size Metal or Glass
    Stage Right by Monoprice Ellipsoidal Aluminum Replacement Gobo Holder B Size Metal or Glass
    i am looking for a spot that can sit about 80 feet from the pulpit in our church. Will this spot work from 80 feet away?
    Dale P on Dec 17, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: My calculation show your distance at 17° will produce a 23' circle on stage. This may be a little too big. You can use the shutters to frame your spot but you may loose a lot of light.

    You can use our 200W Ellipsoidal with a 10° lens which will bring you down to a 14' circle.
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    Stage Right by Monoprice Ellipsoidal Replacement Lens 10°
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    Stage Right by Monoprice 200W COB LED Ellipsoidal with Gobo Holder (White 3200K, 19°)
    Which stand is recommended for this unit?
    A shopper on Nov 26, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: These lights will work with any of our lighting stands. As they are on the heavier side you will want to mount close to the stand if you are using the 601800 stand or use two to balance the load. It will work very well with any of the truss systems.
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    4.0 / 5.0
    4 Reviews
    5 Stars
    4 Stars
    3 Stars
    2 Stars
    1 Star
    Semi-Pro Level Unit
    Features wise, this thing has it all. We are a small professional production company and decided to try a pair of these. The first 2 came and one unit had a bad fan, but Monoprice's stellar service dept. replaced it right away and the replacement is in perfect working order. I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 only because (a) 50% failure rate when it's brand new is not a good sign and (b) slave mode requires the use of DMX Channel 1, rather than having a dedicated master/slave mode. Other than those 2 things, I would give every aspect of this unit 5 stars. Solid, industry standard construction, relatively quiet (you can barely hear the fan in silence), excellent focus, color mixing and dimming curves.
    December 26, 2016
    1 year ago
    Good colors, easy to program using QLC+ software
    The Stage Right 180W COB LED Ellipsoidal is all in all a pretty good light (Can't beat the price for an RGBW Ellipsoidal). The fan on the one I received is quite and I have not had a problem with the light over heating. Focus and zoom are good but does have some soft edges. The one draw back I have is the brightness output of it. Could be the plastic lenses that are blocking the light output a bit. I have a 140 watt Moving Head LED that is brighter on stage than this 180Watt LED but to fair the Moving Head is a single white 140watt LED with a color wheel and not the COB design this light has. I would recommend this light but just a heads up that it is not as bright as you think it would be.
    October 14, 2017
    1 year ago
    Good Value But Quirky
    For the money this light is a winner. However, there are some gotchas. 1. The light overheats. That could be because of a failed internal fan, or just because it gets hot. I solved this problem by getting 2 USB 8" computer fans and strapping them to the top and bottom of the air intake / output with zip ties. No more overheating. 2. The main dimmer channel is 9. So on a DMX board with 16 channels it is the first of the B channels. No matter how you turn on the RGBW, if you don't have 9 up you won't see anything. I spent 2 hours with tech support and they couldn't solve that one for me, pure trial and error got the job done. But for the money you would be spending $3000+ to get the same features in the light.
    February 9, 2017
    over 2 years ago
    So far, so good...
    We have a closed ceiling with openings, I'm planning on using these as back light for our musicians and pastor. I tested these on a road trip in a hot gym in Colorado with high school students. They didn't overheat and survived the road trip.
    June 27, 2017
    1 year ago