Laser Show Projector Guide - LaserF2
by Newfeel Ho on Aug 03, 2022
RGB Laser Projector System
If you browse the market, you will find many examples of RGB light laser display technology. According to the main purpose of use (mainly you have to answer the question: where?), we can provide three kinds of laser projector devices. LaserF2 0.75Watt WiFi, Laser F2 1.2 Watt WiFi, and LaserF2 2Watt Pro. The LaserF2s of our family of RGB laser light projectors will satisfy the needs of every laser light enthusiast and bring high quality, portability and amazing laser spectacle to your venues and events. Remember, this is also the best solution for Christmas decorations or New Year's Eve attractions.
Remember to choose the right RGB lighted laser projector that will meet your requirements and needs. If you plan to use it for family gatherings, small clubs or small venues, then the LaserF2 1.2W Bluetooth will be perfect for you. For larger venues and audiences, a pure diode based LaserF2 2Watt Bluetooth, or a LaserF2 2Watt Pro Bluetooth with a 25kkps fast scanner will be dedicated. With the LaserF2 2Watt and LaserF2 2Watt Pro Bluetooth you will get a bright and visible laser beam at a very affordable price.
What does the laser stand for?
A laser, a device that stimulates atoms or molecules to emit light of a specific wavelength and amplifies that light, usually produces a very narrow beam of radiation. Radiation generally covers an extremely limited range of wavelengths such as visible, infrared or ultraviolet. Many different types of lasers have been developed with very different properties. Laser is an acronym for "optical amplification of stimulated emission"1. In the event industry, RGB laser display systems (three diodes for red, green, and blue) are mostly used. Using a complex modulation and scanning system, laser projector displays can mix colors and cover most of the spectrum (also called wavelengths) of visible light. If an RGB laser projector display can project pure white color (by properly mixing the three colors), you can recognize a good quality RGB light laser display system, so that's why a good quality RGB light laser display system also Known as full-color laser display systems or white-light lasers.
Connectivity for Laser Projectors
Every high-quality RGB lighted laser projector should provide a high-quality connection protocol. In laser projection systems, you can see that the most popular connection modes are ILDA (DB25), DMX, ArtNet (with Ethernet port). Our LaserF2 also offers unique (for laser projectors) wireless connectivity via Bluetooth. The LaserF2 has a built-in WiFi router, which allows your mobile or desktop device to connect outdoors over 50 meters without any interference. At this point, you can choose how you want to use the laser display device, what additional laser show software or laser control hardware to use, and focus on the necessary inputs and outputs.
With our new RGB light laser projector LaserF2 2W Pro Bluetooth, you can connect to any DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) you want, which makes your laser equipment very professional and makes your laser show a completely new s level. With RGB diodes. With 1300mW at 445nm, 800mW at 520nm and 400mW at 635nm, you're able to create stunning light shows that your audience won't forget.
Laser F2: Laser Show Equipment & More
Most novice laser show enthusiasts are looking for a laser show equipment, otherwise known as a laser display projector or laser display system. Such devices use laser beams of specific wavelengths (usually red, green, and blue, or mix all wavelengths to create a beautiful and colorful light show).
The big question is: is the LaserF2 good enough for a decent laser show, or what do I need to make a light show special? How much should I spend on the LaserF2, or maybe a different laser display projector? At this stage, we can answer. Yes, the LaserF2 as a portable wireless laser display device is enough (and more!) to create a one-of-a-kind laser show let's talk about it again.
Create a laser show with a laser display system
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of laser display projectors on the market. You can find display systems for cheap and even as expensive as a mid-class car. So, what do you need to create a great laser show that will amuse your audience? Here are a few things you should be aware of before buying your first laser projector system.
Power output: Depends on the main purpose: where the laser show should be placed, how big the venue is, and whether it's an indoor or outdoor event. Fortunately, we have two versions of the LaserF2, so it's easier to choose the right system depending on the occasion. For small (indoor) venues, all you need is our LaserF2 1.2Watt Bluetooth. It provides 1200 mW of pure laser power. If that's not enough because you plan to do a light show for a larger audience, or the show will be outdoors, then we recommend the LaserF2 2W. LaserF2 2Watt Bluetooth can provide 2.5 more brightness than 1Watt.
Last, but not least: don't forget the fog/smoke/atomizer. The laser needs to have something "in the air" to see. The laser beam "bounces" and reflects off the smoke particles. Without it, you can't see the laser in mid-air. With smoke, fog, and nebulizers, you can almost bring out the perfect laser show.
At the end of the day, every laser display projector (especially a Class 3B or 4) can be dangerous if used improperly and without following laser safety guidelines. If not handled properly, they can cause permanent blindness or damage the skin. Remember: No matter when and where you are using laser lights or performing a laser show, whether you are entertaining friends or giving a paid show, we recommend that you follow all laser safety guidelines and regulations to keep your show safe and free worry.