Blizzard LB-Par Hex RGBAW+UV LED Light

BH #BLPARQAUDHEX • MFR #LB PAR HEX
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Blizzard LB-Par Hex RGBAW+UV LED Light
Key Features
  • 6 Color Mixing
  • 6 or 11 DMX Channels
  • Automated and Sound Activated Programs
  • Strobe Effects
The LB-Par Hex RGBAW+UV from Blizzard Lighting is a 6-in-1 LED PAR lighting fixture with 12x red, green, blue, amber, white, and ultra-violet colored LEDs that offer the ability to create rich, vibrant colors for entertainment venues, clubs, theaters, mobile DJs, and more.
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Blizzard LB PAR Hex Overview

The LB-Par Hex RGBAW+UV from Blizzard Lighting is a 6-in-1 LED PAR lighting fixture with 12x red, green, blue, amber, white, and ultra-violet colored LEDs that offer the ability to create rich, vibrant colors for entertainment venues, clubs, theaters, mobile DJs, and more.

The fixture features 12 built-in programs with Auto mode, Sound Active mode, strobe effects, and 8-bit or three user selectable, 32-bit dimming curve options. Additionally, the fixture can be controlled by 6 or 11 channels of DMX or via the 4-button LED control panel. The fixture is enclosed in a durable, scratch-resistant composite housing, and features powerCON compatible AC in/out and 3-pin XLR in/out jacks for DMX. The LB-Par Hex ships with a dual-yoke mounting bracket and a power cord.

  • User selectable 6 or 11 DMX channels
  • Full color mixing in Standalone, Master/Slave and DMX modes
  • Built-in automated programs via Master/Slave
  • Built-in sound activated programs via Master/Slave
  • Easy to use LED digital control panel
  • 16-/32-bit dimming modes
  • 3-pin male XLR input and 3-pin female XLR output
  • Dual mounting yoke allows flexibility in positioning
  • Durable, scratch-resistant composite housing
UPC: 852659767359

Blizzard LB PAR Hex Specs

Light
Lighting TypeEffects / PAR
Light Source12 x Color/UV LED - 15 W
ColorsRed
Green
Blue
Amber
White
Ultraviolet
Photometrics743.2 fc / 8000 Lux at 3.3' / 1 m
Beam Angle25°
Performance
Operating ModesStandalone, Master/Slave, Automatic, Sound-Active
Control
Control ProtocolsDMX512
DMX Channel Modes2 Mode(s):611-Channel
Connectivity
Connectors1 x XLR 3-Pin DMX Input
1 x XLR 3-Pin DMX Output
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
AC Power ConnectorInput: powerCON
Output: powerCON
Power / Current Consumption42 W / 0.36 A
Physical
MountingDual/Scissor Yoke
Exterior ColorBlack
Max Housing Temperature104°F / 40°C
Dimensions11 x 10.5 x 4.25" / 27.9 x 26.7 x 10.8 cm
Weight5 lb / 2.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.5 x 11.9 x 6.2"
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Is this light flicker free for video?
Asked by: Ian
Unfortunately, Blizzard Lighting does not list this unit as being flicker free. However, it would depend on the frame rate in which you are shooting whether it may or may not flicker.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

The specs state: 12x 15 W 6-in-1 RGBAW+UV LEDs. ...

The specs state: 12x 15 W 6-in-1 RGBAW+UV LEDs. So 12X 15Watt = 180 Watts. At 180 Watts I would indeed by a few of these lights however Power Consumption states 42 watts! This indicates about 20% of the stated light output. Are these lights in fact 42 Watts or 180 Watts? If they are 180 Watts, the power consumption should be about 185-190 Watt total. Thanks for any help!
Asked by: Edward
Each LED emitter is capable of generating six types of light (hence the 6-in-1 designation). However, each emitter does not do so at the same time. For example, if set to emit only UV light, it will not also emit red, blue, white, amber, or green light. Now, each 6-in-1 emitter is really and truly six emitters in one. The draw for each of those six is a lot less than 15W. However, the standard practice in electronics is to list each six-in-one emitter according to the total that its six subcomponents can create, not the amount they would create on any one setting.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2019-03-08

Does anyone know if these run at a refresh of ...

Does anyone know if these run at a refresh of 50hz? All of our other lights run at 50hz locked, and most lights I find are at 60hz. This creates a problem with our camera shutter speeds, because either one of the other causes a flicker on camera.
Asked by: Caleb
***Please send this to our Pro Audio DJ dept. ******
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-22

Do you need a dimmer pack for these?

Do you need a dimmer pack for these?
Asked by: Ben
Hi Ben, No, you do not need a dimmer pack.
Answered by: byron
Date published: 2020-09-22

Do these have a fan or are they silent? If they ...

Do these have a fan or are they silent? If they do have a fan, what is their noise level in db?
Asked by: Danny
No, the Blizzard LB-Par Hex RGBAW+UV Par Fixture does not have a fan. It uses an advanced convection-cooled housing for totally silent operation.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-12-03

question

Max throw distance?
Asked by: Anonymous
Of course, the answer is dependent on what color combination you use. We are using 7 of these on a 35ft X 15ft stage. The lights cross-throw and are approximately 40ft from their landing point. The entire stage is very well lit at about 80 percent dimmer brightness. Hope this helps.
Answered by: Richard F.
Date published: 2018-12-26

question

Hi,Does anyone know what is the Wavelength of the UV light emitted in nm?
Asked by: Walter
Hi Walter, The UV in the LB Par Hex is 394-400nm
Answered by: Joel H. Blizzard Lighting Expert
Date published: 2018-11-14

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The description mentions full color mixing but the sample photos appear to show all 12 elements with one color at a time. Can multiple colors be used simultaneously, e.g., 4x (Amber + red + green) or 6x (Amber + blue)?
Asked by: Bill
Thank you, Joel. If this is how the lights work in the venues where I shoot, then they're cheating me out of amber! It's hard to get decent skin tones when all you're given is blue and red.
Answered by: Bill D.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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