Imagine the visual drama of a Dual RGB FAT BEAM™ aerial effect laser that lets you create perfect color combinations by mixing red, green, and blue laser diodes—That’s the power of Scorpion Dual RGB. This laser has 32 built-in patterns, including the popular “Laser Sky” effect for breathtaking visuals, which are perfect for events with fog or haze. Scorpion Dual RGB features a unique dual mirror output with scan/speed adjustment, so you can generate customized ever-changing laser shows using programmable pan, tilt, and zoom effects with separate X, Y, and Z rolling images. This fixture is fully FDA compliant, variance-free, and ready to use right out of the box. Easily operate Scorpion Dual RGB in automatic, Master/Slave, manual, or sound-activated mode.

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Highlights

  • Dual RGB FAT BEAM™ aerial effect laser, perfect for events with fog or haze

  • Create perfect color combinations by mixing red, green and blue laser diodes

  • Unique dual mirror output that makes a great centerpiece or side accent in pairs

  • 32 built-in patterns, including the popular “Laser Sky” effect

  • Wireless control using the optional IRC-6 remote

  • Generate customized and ever-changing laser shows using programmable pan, tilt, and zoom effects with separate X, Y, and Z rolling effects and scan speed adjustment

  • Fully FDA compliant, variance-free and ready to use right out of the box

  • Easily operate in automatic, Master/Slave, manual or sound-activated mode

  • Fits best in the CHS-40 VIP Gear Bag

Specifications

  • DMX Channels: 10
  • DMX Connectors: 3-pin XLR
  • Pan and Tilt: 30°/30° (variable)
  • Light Source: 638 nm/30mW (red) laser diode, 520 nm/20 mW (green) laser diode, 450 nm/ 50 mW (blue) laser diode
  • Strobe Rate: 0 to 27 Hz
  • Coverage Angle: 36°
  • Power Linking: 27 units @ 120 V; 48 units @ 230 V
  • Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
  • Power and Current: 20 W, 0.3 A @ 120 V, 60 Hz
    19 W, 0.2 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
  • Zoom Angle: 1° to 29°
  • Weight: 3.8 lb (1.7 kg)
  • Size: 8.5 x 7 x 6.3 in (216 x 179.5 x 161 mm)
  • Approvals: CE, FDA
  • Bracket Mounting Hole: M12
  • Ambient Operating Temperature: 59 °F to 95 °F (15 °C to 35 °C)
  • Classified per 21 CFR 1040.10 & .11
  • Complies with US FDA CDRH laser safety standards 21 CFR 1040.10 & 1040.11
  • Optional Controllers: IRC-6

What's Included

  • Scorpion Dual RGB
  • Scorpion Dual RGB
  • Power cord
  • User Manual

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5 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)

WOW!

March 10, 2019

Just received a pair of these new RGB Fat Beam lasers and I am impressed. They are as advertised. Nice and bright (and fat) with a good array of built in macros, plus shapes that can be manipulated via DMX to create some very cool effects. Only bench testing and programming so far (using DMX LightkeyApp on a Mac), but will put it to the test in a few weeks for 2 back to back 8 hour shows!

Mitch

Marvelous

February 25, 2019

First off I don’t know why this is in all Caps, but shouting may be appropriate, please bear with me. Let me start off by giving you a little background. I fancy myself a bit of a chauvet Superfan, Allow me to explain. I have something set up I call “The Array”. I’ve been building this for a couple years now and I finally have things complete except for maybe a one-of-a-kind special laser TBD, but we’ll talk about this later. I have a single car garage, and over the door, I’ve hung a custom white tapestry. At the other end, I stand directly under The Array with my computer monitor, DJ Console, Chauvet Obey 70, and a Chauvet Line Dancer in front of me firing up at the ceiling and the top half of the front wall. I currently have maxed out all 12 channels of the Obey 70. I stand directly under the heart of The Array, about a foot above my head sits my brand new Chauvet Scorpion Dual RGB, flanked by two Chauvet Scorpion Storm FX RGB’s mounted 90 degrees from its normal flat mounting position in a criss-cross fashion so they form a set of overlapping “Eyeballs” on my custom tapestry. Above those on Tier 2 mounted directly to a 2×6 secured to the ceiling, sits my centerpiece effect, the Blizzard Mezmerizor 4FX right next to a Chauvet Scorpion Dual. Flanking those sits a pair of Chauvet Swarm Wash FX’s, and next to each one of those hangs a Chauvet Wash FX 2. Bringing up the final flank, firing from each corner and a bit behind the heart of The Array sits a pair of Chauvet Scorpion Bar RG fixtures. I don’t know if there is a world record for the amount of lasers set up in a single car garage, but The Array is one of a kind regardless. All of this is aided by a crystal clear 115+ dB of musical power that digs well below 20hz. Power From The Gods flows out of my garage like thunder and lightning in the sky. Remember above how I mentioned a certain other company’s laser as my centerpiece? Well, ladies and gentlemen we have a new contender for the centerpiece of the array, the Scorpion Dual RGB. Ever since I saw this announced last month, I knew I had to have this. I made plans to scoop up one of the last scorpion bar RG’s I could find, rip all of my equipment down, and build the array in what I figure to be its final form. Again, maybe on that, but… This fixture is, as I said, Marvelous. Sleek and sexy in a pink package that is smaller, lighter, faster, stronger and all around better than any Chauvet laser yet. And that’s just the outside. Inside they’ve packed 3.8 pounds of amazing into this refined little beast, that pumps out color like no other chauvet laser I’ve seen yet. The greens are a brighter, more vibrant shade than the norm, and as they promised the color mixing between all of the lasers is spot on. Other refinements include seemingly more smooth scrolling moving effects across all axes, and where the patterns/colors mix/break up the transitions are much smoother between and meet better than my scorpion dual. There is no color bleed at all between any of the colors. In all of this madness the Scorpion Dual RGB is a clear standout. I was lucky enough to get my hands on one last friday, I’m relatively certain I’m one of the first people to get my sweaty grubhooks on one, and it was worth every penny and then some. The only thing I can knock on this laser is the lack of a scan speed function on a dmx control channel. The scorpion dual allows you on channel 10 to adjust the scan speed, and in sound-active mode set to a high sensitivity I get a neat effect out of the old Scorpion Dual much like a laser graphic Eq as it dances to the beat. In comparison, the lack of the scan speed channel on the Scorpion Dual doesn’t fruit quite the same effect on sound active mode which is a slight letdown. Since there is no way to add stobing effects in with the sound active mode in the dmx programming, i’m unable to match this graphic eq type of effect with the scorpion dual rgb. But, as I said, this is but a slight quibble with an otherwise standout product. Absolutely well done chauvet, thank you for making my arrray complete. Now onto that maybe. I’m hoping this review attracts the attention of you guys over at chauvet, I may send you a special e-mail, ALL IN CAPS because I’m going to copy and paste directly from here and send it off, and I still can’t figure out why in the devil this is typing in all caps. No matter. I still technically have a bit of space under the Mezmerizor and Dual on Teir 1 of the array and above the dual RGB/Storm FX RGB’s. Little rectangular space about two feet long by 5 inches high. looks kind of goofy because someone, not saying who, measured only once and then cut and maybe changed the design of the array mid-hanging. If I were to add unlucky 13 to the array, or lucky 13 in my case hopefully, it would have to fit into this space. What effect out of all that I have that I feel may be missing is a fire effect, with an orange laser to make it look as if it is burning across the bottom of the tapestry. I’m working on a performance with the chauvet obey 70 that follows a musical number that I play in time on my obey 70 by switching between scenes. I desire laser fire chauvet, help me create this, please. Also, since I’m a needy beggar type of guy, I figure I’ll ask the source directly… Is there any way I can get a “fresh” Scorpion bar RG in Mint condition. I was able to come across one, but the other I have is not in the greatest of shape, The lenses are cloudy and scratched, and one of the green lasers is noticeably dimmer than the other and somehow less sharp looking. And maybe you could pull out a special, hidden, Scorpion 3d rgb out of the chauvet closet and let me try that out? Pretty please with orange laser fire on top!

DJ Fantastic

I love it

January 16, 2019

All I use is chauvet product

Charles Paulson

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