Hi guys, we came up with these LED spotlights this year to hopefully make lighting your haunt/project up a lot easier --- we'd like to know what everyone thinks about these spotlights and if they could offer some suggestions to make our products even better.
Here's a current list of features:
- 3 models: short range spotlight, wash light, hi-power spotlight
- dual-polarity 12V (doesn't matter which wire is + and which is -, lights up either way)
- plug and play (swap between colors and models without cutting your wires)
- water resistant (can be used outdoors)
- 7 colors: red, green, blue, amber, white, warm white, and ultraviolet
- 25,000 hour life rating
- drop proof
- adjustable mounts
- vibration damper (light won't change direction due to vibration from wall)
Precision X: close range spot
Precision Y: wash light
Precision Z: high power spot
Last edited by thrilltainment; 03-03-2011 at 02:21 PM.
Does each individual power pack have the ability to light more than one LED? I'm considering buying 2 or 3 lights. Of course it does! I see that now watching the video. I guess the question I need to ask then is how many of those connector things do I get per order or is that considered an accessory piece?
Last edited by newhorror2010; 06-18-2010 at 12:28 PM.
One thing I have seen thats missing from led lighting thats easy to add is a pot switch to adjust brightness . Ive done a few and even though it makes it more bulky the switch adds the open to make it dimmer or brighter and can be added to any led light. Any thoughts to anyone adding a variable switch???
scareproducts has a great led system too. See pgs 26-27 they have a dimmer switch. I use their mini spotlights and they are awesome. Very easy to use.
-dual polarity (trouble free wiring)
-swappable colors/models w/o cutting wires
-vibration damped adjustment
we also feature a TestPak, which allows you to test where you want to place your light (what color, and what position) before you hardwire it, this is a HUGE time saver. you don't have to drag a wire with you.
Some of you PM'd about ultraviolet, so here are a couple more reference photos all taken under the same exposure and ISO settings:
prop under standard fluorescent lighting, camera 5ft away from prop
Precision Z UV at pointed 1ft away from object
Precision Z UV at pointed 2ft away from object
Precision Z UV at pointed 5ft away from object
More reference photos can be found here: http://www.e5design.com/darklight
Last edited by thrilltainment; 06-19-2010 at 08:40 AM. Reason: spelling
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