The world of performance Laser lighting systems is now more accessible than ever thanks to the latest developments in technology. Features and power ratings once only seen on industrial laser effects have now filtered down into the professional consumer market.
BeamZ Professional range of lasers cover everything from 600mw up to a huge 6000mw, with the latest scanners and motors and utilising the newest TTL or Pure Diode output methods for maximum effect.
Full RGB colour mixing allowing up to 7 colours to be created and highly accurate scanner functions allow crisp defined lines and shapes to be created, with full program control over DMX or ILDA interface to suitable software. These systems are suited both to the professional installer for use in Bars, Clubs, Theatres and live stage performances, and are also portable and user friendly enough for the mobile DJ wishing to expand their lighting possibilities.
Professional Laser Light Systems
We have performance output levels starting at 600mW RGB TTL for the base Pandora laser system, or an entry into Pure Diode RGB technology with the 1 Watt / 1000mW Phantom 1000 unit, going all the way up to the top specification Phantom 6000 Analog laser system which offers up a staggering 6 Watt / 6000mW full-colour output with high precision 30kpps graphics scanners and a 60-degree scan angle.
The Beamz professional range of lasers for entertainment, club and DJ users bring a level of features and performance specifications that have not previously been available at these price points, and we are pleased to offer the entire range to our customers.
Whether you're organising a live concert, DJ set, theatrical performance, or a vibrant party, our laser lights are designed to elevate your event. With their mesmerising beams of light and captivating patterns, our laser lights add a touch of spectacle and create an unforgettable visual experience.
Laser Lights Wide Range of Options
We understand the importance of high-quality lighting equipment for any event. That's why we offer a wide range of laser lights that cater to various requirements and budgets. Our selection includes laser projectors, laser scanners, and laser effects, all designed to provide stunning visual effects and enhance ambience.
Our laser lights are equipped with advanced features such as adjustable patterns, customisable colours, and dynamic motion options, allowing you to create the perfect lighting design to match your event's theme.
Laser Light Safety Standards
Safety is our top priority, and our laser lights adhere to strict industry standards. They are equipped with safety features like interlock systems, key switches, and built-in safety protocols to ensure the well-being of both performers and audience members.
Not only do our laser lights offer exceptional performance, but they are also designed for ease of use. With user-friendly interfaces and intuitive controls, you can quickly set up and operate the lights without the need for extensive technical knowledge or experience.Frequently Asked...
What is a laser light?
A laser light is a concentrated and coherent form of light that is produced through the process of stimulated emission. It consists of a single wavelength or colour, with the light waves travelling in phase and parallel to each other. The laser emits a narrow and intense beam of light that can be focused or directed with precision, making it useful in various applications such as surgery, communication, scientific research, while also lending itself to the visual entertainments industry.
What can a laser light do compare to LED?
When comparing laser lights and LEDs, their suitability for different purposes depends on specific applications and requirements. Laser lights emit a narrow, focused beam, while LEDs provide broader range illumination. Laser lights are coherent, enabling holography and precise measurements, while LEDs produce incoherent light. Laser lights offer high intensities for cutting and welding, while LEDs are more energy-efficient. LEDs are versatile with various colours, while laser lights typically produce a single colour, though multi-color options exist. Choice depends on factors like application, budget, intensity, colour, and coherence requirements.
What is the cost of a stage laser light?
The cost of stage laser lights can vary significantly depending on various factors, including the brand, quality, power, features, and specifications of the laser light. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars or more for professional-grade laser systems.
Entry-level or compact laser lights designed for smaller venues or personal use may be available in the lower price range. These can start from around £200 to £500. Mid-range laser lights with higher power output, additional features, and better beam quality generally range from £500 to £2000. High-end professional-grade stage laser lights with advanced features and higher power output can cost much more. These laser lights are designed for larger venues, concerts, festivals, or specialised applications. Prices for such systems can range from £3000 to tens of thousands of pounds, depending on the complexity and capabilities of the laser system.
Are stage lasers safe?
Stage laser lights are safe when used correctly and following the correct precautions. To ensure safe usage, you should confirm that the stage lasers comply with applicable safety standards and regulations in your region. This includes checking laser safety classifications, output power limits, and usage guidelines.
Familiarise yourself with the laser safety classification of the lasers and ensure they are suitable for the intended purpose. Only trained and qualified operators should handle stage lasers. They should have knowledge of proper alignment, handling, and maintenance. Avoid scanning laser beams directly at the audience or causing direct eye contact. Conduct a risk assessment to effectively manage laser beams and prevent safety hazards. Utilise safety measures such as beam shutters, interlocks, and curtains to control and block laser beams from unintended areas.
These are some of the precautions which should be taken so stage lasers can be used safely to enhance performances and create captivating experiences.
How do stage laser lights work?
Stage laser lights work by utilising the principles of stimulated emission and light amplification through the process of lasing. A laser system typically consists of a laser diode or gas-filled tube that emits coherent light. The emitted light is then focused and directed through mirrors and lenses to create a concentrated, intense beam. This beam is often split and passed through diffraction gratings or other optical elements to generate complex patterns and effects. These laser lights are controlled by software and can be synchronised with music or programmed to produce specific patterns, colours, and movements, adding dynamic visual elements to stage performances.
How long do laser lights last?
Stage laser lights can have varying lifespans depending on several factors such as the quality of the laser diodes, the usage patterns, and the maintenance practices. On average, high-quality laser diodes used in stage lighting equipment can last between 8,000 to 20,000 hours of active usage. However, it's important to note that laser lights require proper care and maintenance, including regular cleaning and cooling to ensure their longevity. Additionally, factors like power fluctuations, extreme temperatures, and excessive dust or dirt can impact the lifespan of stage laser lights. Therefore, it's crucial to follow manufacturer guidelines and take appropriate measures to maximise their lifespan.