Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector w/o Lens (Black)

BH #ROX24AB • MFR #205370200120
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Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector w/o Lens (Black)
Key Features
  • Slipping and Skipping Eliminated
  • Custom-Made Idler Guides Withstand Wear
  • Ultra-Smooth Gobo Rotation
  • Much Longer Duty Cycle, Up to 18 Months
The Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector w/o Lens (Black) is the current version of the X-Effects projector, which delivers amazing rippling light effects on a large scale that were previously unattainable by lighting designers. After an engineering overhaul of both moving parts and optical components, the X24 has drastically improved durability and lifespan for use in 24/7 operating environments such as theme parks, architectural installations and museums. 

The actual effect is created by rotating two "X" size glass gobos off center of the optical path, creating a projection that doesn't appear to have a visible direction or pattern. The color slot accepts dichroic color filters.

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Rosco X24 Overview

The Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector w/o Lens (Black) is the current version of the X-Effects projector, which delivers amazing rippling light effects on a large scale that were previously unattainable by lighting designers. After an engineering overhaul of both moving parts and optical components, the X24 has drastically improved durability and lifespan for use in 24/7 operating environments such as theme parks, architectural installations and museums. 

The actual effect is created by rotating two "X" size glass gobos off center of the optical path, creating a projection that doesn't appear to have a visible direction or pattern. The color slot accepts dichroic color filters.

The X24 has a 200W Enhanced Metal Arc source, with a short arc that allows for an output of 5000 lumens, with a 7000-hour lamp life. The color temperature is similar to a Xenon source at 6000K. It also includes onboard potentiometers to control the speed and direction of both gobos. Lens trains are available in 30-, 50- and 70-degree configurations, all of which produce images with crisp edges, even for long throws of 100 feet or more, due to the efficiency of the lamp and the optical design.

A lens is not included with this projector. Lamp is included.

Re-tooled drive connections between the motor and the effects glass eliminate slipping and skipping in long-running installations
Custom-made idler guides withstand wear and maintain ultra-smooth gobo rotation
Drive belts have been formulated in a UV/ozone-resistant material and built for significantly longer duty cycle, estimated at 18 months between maintenance or replacement
Effects glass mounts are now designed with wide-gauge rounded shoulders for quiet but smooth operation
A modified lamp allows for 7000-hour lamp life with no drop in luminous output

Rosco X24 Specs

Voltage90-264VAC
Output5000 lumens
Weight12 lbs (5.44 kg)
Dimensions12 x 14 x 7" (30.48 x 35.56 x 17.78 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight24.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 19.8 x 11.8"
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Where can I find the lens for this Projector?

Where can I find the lens for this Projector?
Asked by: David
Rosco offers 4 lenses: Go to their website: us.rosco{dot}com/en/product/x24-x-effects 1-800-767-2669 (Toll Free)
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-07-29

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How large will this project on a blank wall from 30 ft?
Asked by: Joe H.
According to Rosco, the answer as to the projected image size will depend on the lens size you use with the Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector w/o Lens. Unfortunately, you do not state above which lens you plan to use with the Rosco X24 X-Effects Analog Projector. However, you may contact Rosco directly at either [email protected] or [email protected] and tell them the lens size you plan to use, and they may assist you with determining the projected image size at your planned usage distance.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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