RGB LED Color Blaster

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RGB LED Color Blaster | cETLus Listed.

  • Super bright RGB LED Color Blaster
  • XBrite LED technology
  • 150° rotation of base
  • 120V wire lead
  • RGB with Warm white and White options
  • Simple to install
  • +50,000 hour lifespan
  • 3 year warranty

Lumenstar's RGB LED Color Blaster is a super bright and efficient RGB LED Wall Washer. It is used to brighten and enhance the look of buildings, rooms and landscape accent. This color changing LED Wall washer provides excellent light output using 36 High power LEDs (12 Red, 12 Blue & 12 Green). It can be used as a standalone unit, in combination with other RGB Wall Washers, or using a DMX system. It is most commonly used for architectural lighting both indoor and outdoor. It can also be used to highlight signs, buildings, bridges & restaurants. The head of the LED wall light can be swiveled side to side 30° in either direction, and rotated up or down a full 150°, this allows it to be aimed in virtually any direction. This wall washer unit also weatherproof and water resistant IP65. This cETLus Listed LED RGB Wall Washer comes complete DMX cables compatible with DMX controllers and additional washers. All of our wall washers are made of aluminum alloy in a patented design that offers durability and stability, and feature an efficient cooling system that prolongs the life of the unit. Use heat shrink sleeves (not included) to create waterproof connections between cables.


  • Architectural lighting
  • Stage lighting
  • Landscape lighting
  • Accent lighting
Product Code LS-RGB-CB
Voltage 100-256V AC
Wattage 55W
Number of LEDs 36 High Power RGB LEDs (12 Red / 12 Green / 12 Blue)
Color Temperature RGB, WW + WH option
Light output 2200
Beam Degree 45°
Dimensions L330 x W150 x H210mm (L133/32 x W5229/32 x817/32")
Wire Length 120V Lead: 142cm (56") / DMX Output Cable Connector: 51cm (20")
Certifications cETLus Listed

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