ADJ Fuses Together LED & Laser Effects
ADJ has recently announced the Inno Pocket Fusion, a new addition to its Inno Pocket range of compact, mobile DJ-friendly fixtures. Offering dual effects from a single source, the Inno Pocket Fusion produces powerful LED beams and combines them with laser effects to create high-impact lighting displays that are perfect for small and medium-sized venues.
Featuring a 12W white LED source, eight fixed colours (plus white) and a tight beam angle, the Inno Pocket Fusion, which produces sharp beams of colour, sees ADJ building on the barrel-mirror effects of the Inno Pocket Roll. The USP of the Pocket Fusion, however, is that it lets the user embellish these effects by adding a 4.9mW green laser to the mix, allowing mobile DJs to create distinct dual effects for their audiences.
Thanks to its quick X/Y mirror movement and stepper motors, DJs will also find that the Pocket Fusion offers precise positioning and flexible movement, allowing it to multiply the LED/laser effects that it creates to generate excitement on the dance-floor. Mobile DJs working wedding receptions and other late-night celebrations can also utilise the Pocket Fusion’s pulse and strobe settings, adding more eye-catching effects to their lightshow.
“While other similar products on the market have included both LED lighting and laser effects in one fixture, our Inno Pocket Fusion is the first compact and affordable solution to fuse the two together,” says ADJ USA National Sales Manager, Alfred Gonzales. “The Pocket Fusion offers super-bright colour beams – powered by a 12W white LED and enabled by eight fixed colours – and combines these with an intense 4.9mW green laser. This allows our customers to generate effects of a truly unique quality, while also living up to the portability, versatility and affordability that is expected of our Inno Pocket range.”
The Inno Pocket Fusion can be used in Show Mode, Sound Active Mode or DMX-Controlled Mode, giving mobile DJs a choice that enables them to stay flexible. Show Mode includes 12 built-in programs, as well as an effective pan/tilt inversion setting. With its in-built mic and stepper motors, the Pocket Fusion can just as easily be used in Sound Active Mode, reacting to music with precise movements. Meanwhile, users looking for more in-depth control can use DMX-Controlled Mode, allowing them to tailor their lightshow to the request of a client, if needed.
A fourth control option is also available via the optional ADJ UC IR remote, which lets users select full on, stand-by, Sound Active on/off and laser on/off, and adjust settings for strobe, colour change and dimming. For DJs who want to control the Pocket Fusion from their booth, this remote option allows them to select and adjust basic features from a distance of approximately nine metres.
With 3-pin XLR in/out connections on the rear of the fixture, mobile DJs can always incorporate multiple Pocket Fusions into their lightshow using DMX or by running them in a master/slave configuration. The power for multiple units can also be daisy-chained, using the in/out IEC connections fitted on the rear.
The Inno Pocket Fusion will be availabe in the UK from April 2015.