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Chauvet QSPOT-260-LED DMX LED Moving Yoke



Chauvet QSPOT-260-LED DMX LED Moving Yoke

The Chauvet Q-Spot 260-LED is a high-power, moving yoke equipped with a 60-watt white LED. The effects light includes a color wheel with eight slots (plus white) and two gobo wheels, one with seven rotating slot-n-lock gobos (plus open) and the other with nine fixed gobos (plus open). The easy-access hatch provides for tool-free gobo changes. It also includes remote focus and a 3-facet rotating prism.

The Chauvet Q-Spot 260-LED moving yoke light has built-in automated and sound-activated programs, has user-selectable basic or advanced operating modes, and has an option to reset the LED light to factory settings. Additional features on the high-performance Chauvet Q-Spot LED effects light include a variable-speed electronic strobe and dimmer, 255 user-programmable steps that are functional without a DMX controller, plus user-selectable pan/tilt ranges and automatic pan/tilt correction.

Features: 1
  • 1 or 14-channel DMX-512 LED moving yoke
  • Pan: 540 degrees
  • Tilt: 270 degrees
  • Color wheel: 8 colors + white; Rainbow color spin at variable speeds
  • Gobo wheel 1: Gobo shake; 9 gobos + open; Gobo wheel spin at variable speeds
  • Gobo wheel 2: Indexed, rotating gobo wheel with gobo shake;
  • 7 slot-n-lock gobos + open; 2 glass, 5 metal; Gobo wheel spin at variable speeds
  • 3-facet rotating prism
  • Variable electronic strobe
  • Variable electronic dimmer (0 ~ 100%)
  • Remote fixture reset
  • 255 user-programmable steps without DMX controller
  • Move-in-black for pan/tilt
  • Built-in automated programs
  • Built-in sound activated programs
  • High-powered, 60 W LED
  • User-selectable pan/tilt ranges
  • Automatic pan/tilt correction
  • Reset to factory settings option
  • User-selectable basic or advanced operating effect modes
  • Easy access door for gobo change
  • Weight: 29 lb.
  • Dimensions: 19.1 H x 11.4 W x 10in. D
Specifications:
  • Gobo 2 size: 25.8mm outside, 18.2mm image, and 1.2mm max thickness
  • Beam angle: 17 degrees
  • Lux: 5,400 @ 2m
  • Light source: 1 (white) LED @ 50,000 hours
  • Power and current: 120V, 60Hz: 153W, 1.3A (operating), 0.1A (inrush)
  • AC power: Autoswitching 100V - 240V 50/60Hz

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Gobos (Number of): 9 + open
Rotating Gobos (Number of): 7 slot n lock gobos + open (2 glass + 5 metal)
Prism: 3
Dichroic Colors: Wheel 1, 8 colors + white
Type: Wash
Shutter: Yes
Strobe Effect: Yes
Focus: Remote
Number Of LED's: 1
Individual LED Wattage: 60
Total Wattage: 60
Lux @ 100%: 5,400 @1m
Lux Red: TBD
Lux Green: TBD
Lux Blue: TBD
Lux White: TBD
Lux Amber: TBD
Beam Angle: 15°
Field Angle: N/A
Lens Option: No
Flicker Free (Y/N): TBD
DMX Channels: 11,14
DMX Pin Config (3 or 5 pin): 3
Dimming Curve: No
Binning (Color Consistency): N/A
Multi Color Chip (no shadows): Yes
Color Temp Macro: No
IP Rating (indoor / outdoor): IP20
Auto Sensing Power Supply: Yes
Sound Activated: Yes
Internal Programmable Memory: No
Zoom: No
Built-In Wireless DMX: No
Power Draw: 150 watts/ 1.2 amps
Power Linking (No or Edison or P: No
Approval: ETL
Dimensions / Size: 11.4 x 11.6 x 19.1 in
Net Weight: 30 lbs
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Chauvet QSPOT-260-LED DMX LED Moving Yoke
 
4.5

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5.0

Very good!

By Ryan

from So cal

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Bright
  • Long Beam Throw
  • Runs Cooler

Cons

  • Built in programs
  • Difficult To Transport

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances

Comments about Chauvet QSPOT-260-LED DMX LED Moving Yoke:

This light works really well. Mounted on a global truss pillar. I can't imagine that I would have an event that this wouldn't be bright enough for. I dj high end weddings. This works great but definitely needs to be programmed. The built in modes are not great.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Finally an LED moving head worth buying.

By DJ Perez

from Columbus, OH

About Me Experienced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Bright
  • Efficient
  • High End Functionality
  • Long Beam Throw
  • Runs Cooler

Cons

  • Fan runs constantly

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances

Comments about Chauvet QSPOT-260-LED DMX LED Moving Yoke:

I'm am a DJ and have been for quite a few years. I've also worked in lighting for a long time. This new crop of LED lights has been tempting and frustrating at times. I love lighting but most of the LED fixtures out there don't hold up in the field. If a light is not bright enough to make clean beams at a distance than it really isn't worth buying. Who cares if it LED or not if you can't see it?

I started looking into the ADJ X-series and though they where very portable there was just not enough output, so I checked on the ADJ Vizi Spots still nice with great functionality but, still not enough kick.

Efficiency has finally been met with performance.
The Chauvet 260 LED is a light that gives the punch I've been looking for. The 60W led falls nicely in between a 150 and 250 MSD type output. Very cool color temperature and takes very little power to run (88W total, at less than 2 amps), and stills amazingly bright. I'm loving every minute of using these lights. The easy access to gobo wheel is a Godsend, no tools are needed to trade out gobos, love that. Good functionality, two gobo wheels, 3way prism all good stuff.

My only complaints are very minor. I'd like to see a UV/purple color, there is magenta but, I miss that glowy feel. The cooling fans run on high constantly, I want the fans to last as long as the LED (50,000 hours), I guess I'll find out eventually. And these fixtures are lighter than your average 250 style moving head, but they are still thirty pounds, that's chunky for a mobile guy like myself. I'd like to see a little more weight loss, but a case with wheels will remedy that in the short run.

And a word of warning, Plan on buying some sort of controller for these lights, the built-in programing is lackluster at best. Not a problem for me but, I would have been pretty upset, if I had planned to use these in sound active mode.

All that being said, I can honestly say, I am proud to own and use these lights, they look great and work the way lights in the price range should.

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    Please can you explain the term pixels in relation to LEDs
    Asked on 8/30/2010 by Anonymous

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      pixels are irreleeant to LED's in relationship to this light. pixels and LED's might be releeant to a TV but does not apply to lighting

      Answered on 9/9/2010 by Anonymous
    • A:

      I'm not sure what this is in regards to but the short answer/definition:

      Pixels: individual points of light/color that make up a picture/image.

      So like the picture on your computer monitor is made up of thousands of pixels. If you could zoom way into your screen you would see a grid of tiny dots, each dot being one color. In the case of an LED TV or monitor each one of those dots would be an individually controlled LED.

      I hope that helps, I'm not sure I'm answering your question.

      Answered on 9/20/2010 by DJ Perez from Columbus, OH
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