Blizzard’s Fab5 Series LED Fixtures Gearing Up to Invade America

October 22, 2012 by Mobile Beat Staff Writer


Waukesha, WI. – Blizzard Lighting is about to start a FAB invasion. Coming in November, an all new series of LED lighting fixtures will be fitted with state-of-the-art, high power, 15-watt, 5-in-1 RGBAW LED’s. This is the new Fab5™ Series from Blizzard Lighting.

Blizzard is set to introduce the first two fixtures of the Fab5™ Series in November, 2012. The Puck Fab5™ is a new variation of the well-known Puck® series flat LED par can that will feature 7x 15-watt, 5-in-1 RGBAW LED’s, while maintaining all the same great features that made the original Blizzard Puck® series so popular. There will also be a new IP65 outdoor rated Fab5™ fixture, the ToughPAR Fab5™. This fixture will also be fitted with 7x 15-watt, 5-in-1 RGBAW LED’s, all tightly sealed inside a weatherproof black cast aluminum enclosure with tempered glass lens and waterproof power connectors.

“5-in-1 technology is a revolution which has been a long time coming,” said Will Komassa, Blizzard’s Founder and Chief Designer, “We’ve heard our clients begging for it for as long as I can remember, and I’m happy to say the payoff is worth the wait.”

Advantages of the new revolutionary 15-watt, 5-in-1 LED’s include extreme output and superior internal color mixing with unmatched color gamut. Each individual LED of the Fab5™ contains its own red, green, blue, amber, and white nodes which can be controlled separately to easily mix any color possible. With 5-in-1 RGBAW LED technology, you can achieve those hard to duplicate amber/orange shades, as well as pastel colors – all from one fixture.

The ToughPAR Fab5™ also takes advantage of a 32-bit ARM® Cortex™ CPU to provide superior dimming and multiple dimmer curves.

Retail price for the Puck Fab5™ is $299.99, and the ToughPAR Fab5™ retail is $499.99.

Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, WI., is a leader in LED entertainment lighting, with products like its well-known Puck® series in use throughout the US and world.

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