The LED PinSpot features an extremely compact, high-power, 3W (540mA) LED with in a newly design shape of a pinspot fixture. The beam angle of the new LED PinSpot is very close to a traditional pinspot at 9 degrees. What truly sets the LED PinSpot apart from the traditional tungsten pinspot is that the LED PinSpot runs at 120V, but only draws 2.4 watts per fixture over 25-30w for it’s tungsten counterpart. This means that you can load more LED PinSpots into the same 15-20amp circuit with out fear of tripping a circuit and still have similar output.
One small setback on the LED PinSpot is that is does not accept any form of control other then being turned on or off, but as with standard pinspots, this still holds true. Pricing has not been announced, but for more information about the Chauvet LED PinSpot, visit their website at www.chauvetlighting.com. To purchase the LEDPinSpot, visit the dealer section of Chauvet’s website.