Luxli Introduces The Taiko LED Light

Luxli has debuted the Taiko RGBAW light, which offers a raw 15,500 lux with a 250 watt maximum power draw.

Luxli said the Taiko has a 2.5-inch thick (63.5mm) frame and weighs 16.75 pounds (7.6Kg). It offers a total hue and saturation control and has a 2800 to 10,000 K color temperature range.

The Taiko runs on AC or V-mount battery power and has DMX or mobile app control via Bluetooth. The light includes 150 classic digital gels and 10 built-in lighting effects. It includes a replaceable diffuser.

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