iQ 740 Z

iQ 740 Z

Innovatory optical system with 7 strong LED diodes 40W each. Compact, fast and lightweight moving head based on high quality lenses. Very quiet and fast lighting fixture based on high quality components, it will prove itself on smaller and bigger installations as well, in music clubs, theatres and during the events.

Evolights iQ 740Z is very dynamic Wash moving head designed for all of those who value exceptional quality and efficiency of the unit. Innovatory optical system with 7 LED diodes 40W and quiet motorized zoom, which ensures beam angle in range 4 to 36 degrees, makes this fixture suitable for versatile professional applications, like theatres or medium and bigger stages. Fixture is equipped with RDM protocol and battery powered display, which enables you to change the settings, like DMX address or Pan/Tilt direction, before you place it on a truss and without power connection.

SKU: IQ740Z.
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• Light source: 7pcs OSRAM 40W 4in1 leds, PIXEL control
• Led life: 60.000 hours
• Luminous Flux: 7000lm, 43000lux@3m@4°

Optical System
• Beam angle: 4° to 36°

• Pan: 630° (1.56 sec) or 540°(1.3 sec),
Tilt: 265° (0.85 sec)
• 16-bit resolution
• Auto repositioning

• DMX channels: 22/51/19/21
• Super-fast, smooth and silent movement
• Pixel control of every single led on RGBW separately
• Nice mapping effect with dimming and color fading at the same time
• RGBW four colors mixing to create vivid, saturated and uniform color effect
• Pre-set color temperature at 2700K, 3200K, 4200K, 5600K and 8000K
• zoom from 4° to 36°
• Full range 0-100% dimmer
• Various strobe
• RDM function to change DMX address, display flip, X/Y Reverse and so on
• Software upgrade via DMX
• Hibernation when lost DMX for preset time
• Indicate temperature info of base, arm
• Fan speed auto change according to temperature
• Heat pipe for cooling
• 2.4inch super nice LCD display with friendly English/ Chinese/Polish/French/Spanish menu
• Auto lock
• Flip
• Back-up communicating IC
• Pre-set wireless and battery holder