LED Home Accent Lighting System

Media Highlighter PRO System, HTP1502W1 Wireless Multicolor LED, 2x15" CYRON Part No. HTP1502W1 CYRON wireless multicolor LED lighting system, Media Highlighter PRO series with superior quality and ultimate controllability.

HTP1502W1 utilizes the advanced HTW1000 infrared controller in a system that is hard to beat. Feature packed with plenty of room to expand.

• 2 x 15" PRO lightbars, 15foot cords per lightbar
• 54 Ultra bright SMT LEDs
• 120 degrees light dispersion for superior color convergence
• Compatible with PRO expansion lightbars 9" (HTPB9), 15" (HTPB15), and 24" (HTPB24)
• Adjustable mounting brackets
• Can be installed using 3M VHB tape or screws, all included
• Power supply 100-240VAC, 18W leaves ample power for future upgrades
• 30 functions IR remote control
• Color Dial with over 114,000 adjustable colors
• Seven memory buttons
• 12 plug-n-play ports for future upgrades
• Hardwire capability for ultimate system expansion
• 3 light show patterns; Color scan, Fade, and Step mode
• 3 speeds for each light show
• Music mode, built in microphone and direct audio line input
• 4 step of dimming control: 100%. 75%. 50%, 25% thru entire color spectrum
• Preset white light at a push of a button
• Five auto-off timers
• Integrated partner with applicable Crestron®, RTI®, and Universal Electronics® remote systems

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Call: (888) 297-6660 x 101
Email: Sreinish@cyron.com

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