The Cameo TriBar 400 IR is equipped for all kinds of lighting applications thanks to its 24 three-colour LEDs with very high brightness, 3 W power, absolutely silent operation with convection cooling and 5 DMX modes. For impressive Chase effects, the LEDs can be controlled separately in groups of 8.The Washer RGB has a 20° starting angle; it can be used in stand-alone mode, Master or Slave, and includes 12 automated programs and a microphone for music control. The Cameo TriBar 400 IR has a bright display and 4 function keys plus an infrared remote control, allowing comfortable manual operation.Its rugged metal housing is equipped with adjustable universal mounting brackets and accepts 3-point DMX subbases and IEC mains subbases for cascade connection. The power consumption is very low: 75 W.24 high brightness tricolor LEDs, power 3 W3 groups of 8 LEDs separately controllableComes with infrared remote control and batteriesAbsolutely silent operation due to convection cooling5 DMX control modes, plus standalone, Master and Slave modesBuilt-in microphone for music controlIlluminated display with 4 keys Function for manual operationIEC mains input/output subbases, for cascade connectionRobust metal housing, with safety eyelets and mounting bracketsCHARACTERISTICS:Product type LED light barsInterior TypeColour spectrum RGBNumber of LEDs 24LED type 3 W TRI ColourDispersion angle 20°.DMX input 3-pin male XLR connectorDMX output 3-pin female XLR connectorDMX 12 channel, 2 channel, 3 channel 1,3 channel 2,9 channel DMX modesDMX 12 functions DMX 12 Programs, 3 sections RGB, color macro, Master Dimmer, Sound Control, StrobeStandalone modes 12 Programs, color macro, Auto programs, Slave Mode, Sound Control, Strobe, StrobeSettings Low, Enter, High, ModeLED display indicatorsMains voltage 100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 HzPower consumption 75 WMains socket IEC, female, IEC, maleHousing material MetalCooling Convection coolingCase color blackLight illuminance 4380lx@1mWidth 1007 mmHeight (mm) 65 mmDepth 65 mmWeight 2.6 kg
Spanning the period between the Chicago World´s Fair of 1893 and the years just after World War I, this novel moves from the labor troubles in Colorado to turn-of-the-century New York, to London and Gottingen, Venice and Vienna, the Balkans, Central Asia, Siberia at the time of the mysterious Tunguska Event, Mexico during the Revolution, postwar Paris, silent-era Hollywood, and one or two places not strictly speaking on the map at all. With a worldwide disaster looming just a few years ahead, it is a time of unrestrained corporate greed, false religiosity, moronic fecklessness, and evil intent in high places. No reference to the present day is intended or should be inferred. The sizable cast of characters includes anarchists, balloonists, gamblers, corporate tycoons, drug enthusiasts, innocents and decadents, mathematicians, mad scientists, shamans, psychics, and stage magicians, spies, detectives, adventuresses, and hired guns. There are cameo appearances by Nikola Tesla, Bela Lugosi, and Groucho Marx. ´´As an era of certainty comes crashing down around their ears and an unpredictable future commences, these folks are mostly just trying to pursue their lives. Sometimes they manage to catch up; sometimes it´s their lives that pursue them. ´´Meanwhile, the author is up to his usual business. Characters stop what they´re doing to sing what are for the most part stupid songs. Strange sexual practices take place. Obscure languages are spoken, not always idiomatically. Contrary-to-the-fact occurrences occur. If it is not the world, it is what the world might be with a minor adjustment or two. According to some, this is one of the main purposes of fiction. ´´Let the reader decide, let the reader beware. Good luck.´´ —Thomas Pynchon 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dick Hill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/000323/bk_tant_000323_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.