The JB Systems Lounger Laser from JB Systems is a fantastic effect that uses a 40mW green laser + 150mW a red laser combined with a lovely Water Wave LED Projector (Projector water). Using special grating technology the beams are split into a large number of individual laser beams pointing in all directions to create an amazing, room filling effect.
Plug and play means that no expensive controllers are required. Can be sound activeated using its built-in microphone. Master and slave options allow you to put on great synchronized shows. The lasers and LED projector are on separate rotation controlls. The laser and LED projector both have strobe control. Key actuated on / off switch allows for additional safety. Complies with EN / IEC 60825-1 for Laser Safety
This laser is perfect for projections on walls and ceilings multiple enviroments including bars, clubs, discos, hotels, etc.
The main features of the Lounger Laser DMX include:
- Power supply 230V power max. 128 W
- CW laser green 40mW / 532nm CW laser red 150mW / 650nm
- LED power 5 Watt / blue
- Laser class 3B
- Standard N60825-1: 1994 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2002 + COTT
- Dimensions 86 x 233 x 176 mm
- Weight 1.60 Kg
Laser safety provisions:
Due to the strong focusing the laser beam, the total light energy is concentrated on a small area. If the human eye is hit by this beam, this can cause damage. In particular, the risk of eye injury when viewed in the direct beam. If the beam is deflected, which is nearly always the case with the compact show laser systems due to the scanning unit, the effect and thus the risk of the beam is smaller by a multiple. According to the possible danger to laser or equipment containing a laser, divided according to accident prevention regulations laser radiation [BGV B2] in classes. 99% of currently available on the market compact show lasers and all lasers offered by us are in protection class 3a and 3b. These devices are therefore subject to approval. For safe operation at public events a laser protection officer [radiation protection according to VBG 93 § 6 (BGV-B2)] is to be ordered.