American DJ Mega Bar 50 RGB RC Light Bar

BH #AMMEGABAR50R • MFR #MEGA BAR 50RGB RC
American DJ
American DJ Mega Bar 50 RGB RC Light Bar
Key Features
  • Includes Remote Control
  • 126 10mm LEDs
  • 7-Channel DMX Modes
  • Seven Operating Modes
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The American DJ Mega Bar 50 RGB RC Light Bar  is a 7-channel DMX intelligent LED color wash with 126 LEDs (42 red, 42 green, 42 blue) that can be placed on a floor or wall-mounted. The Mega Bar 50 makes a wonderful architectural wall wash, and it's ideal for performance stages where you don't want to overheat the performers using traditional stage lighting.

It has a beam angle of 40° and seven operating modes: Color; Color Change; Color Fade; Auto; Sound Active; RGB; and DMX control, and smooth RGB color mixing with fast or slow color change operation, as well as a strobe effect option, and electronic dimming from 0 to 100%. The Mega Bar 50 can be used in a stand-alone mode, connected in a Master/Slave configuration, or it can be controlled via DMX controller.  This multi-voltage unit has a built-in electronic ballast that automatically senses and correctly operates from any AC voltage from 90 to 240V.

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American DJ Mega Bar 50RGB RC Overview

The American DJ Mega Bar 50 RGB RC Light Bar  is a 7-channel DMX intelligent LED color wash with 126 LEDs (42 red, 42 green, 42 blue) that can be placed on a floor or wall-mounted. The Mega Bar 50 makes a wonderful architectural wall wash, and it's ideal for performance stages where you don't want to overheat the performers using traditional stage lighting.

It has a beam angle of 40° and seven operating modes: Color; Color Change; Color Fade; Auto; Sound Active; RGB; and DMX control, and smooth RGB color mixing with fast or slow color change operation, as well as a strobe effect option, and electronic dimming from 0 to 100%. The Mega Bar 50 can be used in a stand-alone mode, connected in a Master/Slave configuration, or it can be controlled via DMX controller.  This multi-voltage unit has a built-in electronic ballast that automatically senses and correctly operates from any AC voltage from 90 to 240V.

Mulit-Colors (32 Colors to choose from)
7 Operating Modes
Electronic Dimming 0-100%
Built in Microphone
DMX-512 protocol
7 DMX Channel Modes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 DMX Channels
UPC: 640282001717

American DJ Mega Bar 50RGB RC Specs

Light
Lighting TypeWash Light / Strip/Bar Light
Light Source126 x Color LED
Beam Angle40°
Power
AC Input Power90 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
AC Power ConnectorInput: IEC
Output: IEC
Fuse 1 A
Power / Current Consumption18 W
Physical
MountingMounting Bracket
Exterior ColorBlack
Dimensions22 x 2.5 x 4" / 56 x 6.3 x 1 cm
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24.5 x 6.5 x 5"
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Is the DMX connection 3 pin or 5 pin?

Is the DMX connection 3 pin or 5 pin?
Asked by: Kevin
Mine is 3 pin
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-13

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Can you make the lights go along with Music/ Audio?
Asked by: Lewis D.
Yes you can, they have an internal mic that you can adjust the sensitivity so it only reads/listens to the lower frequencies such as bass or kick. But it does have the ability to follows music, hope it helps!
Answered by: Mario S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can this be dimmed using the onboard controls or remote control or is that capability only available with DMX hook up?
Asked by: Elizabeth P.
yes you can dim on the menu controls of the unit. You can also do this using the optional ADJ LED RC handheld remote or via dmx512.
Answered by: Brad R. American DJ Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is this light capable of producing white light?
Asked by: alexander d.
Not sure of your lighting application, so it's not and easy answer BECAUSE most lights have off-shades of white.Think about it. Those LEDs and CFL lights (that replace old school 60W house lights) seem to have a yellowish-white. Go to any major hardware store and look at their displays (they're kinda yellowish white). So... quasi-technically, the mega bar has a light-blueigh-white. Most live band applications prefer shades of amber. White light is too harsh.That being said, to answer your question... It's as white (aka: light-blueigh-white) as any other light bar (or LED par light) for live use. AS AN EXAMPLE - I use a pair (one of each) on light bar for my trio band. Nothing else. Gives me great coverage, a quick setup, at an affordable price. I can control each bar from just one remote since both are on opposite ends of a stage (and can selectively adjust one or the other separately). I usually leave on on a yellowish-white (amber) for better flesh tones while I have the other one slowly crross-fade automatically from one color to another. You can always use it for back lighting or DJ wall accent lighting.
Answered by: Robert J.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can this generate a blacklight?
Asked by: Anonymous
No, just any combination within the RGB spectrum.
Answered by: Paolo E.
Date published: 2019-04-18
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