The BlissLight LS20G-SZ Outdoor Landscape Laser Starfield Projector
with moving Laser Beams and mounting bracket
This unit operates on low voltage (12vac) and requires a transformer. If you do not have one, you can put the LS20G-SZ on a light sensing transformer that turns it on at dark and off after 2, 4, 6, 8 hours or at dawn.
This projector creates the appearance of thousands fireflies all over the leaves and branches of trees, shrubs and walls. Thousands of brilliant green starbeams project in 160 degrees from the lens covering the surroundings for up to 100 yards. Be aware that these visual effects may be reduced by street lamps, porch lights and landscape lighting.
This patented design incorporates holographic diffraction lens technology elements to create a breathtaking effect much like a universe of starbeams. This projector has a weather proof enclosure for permanent outdoor installations and operates in temperatures down to negative 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Realize that no photo can reproduce the amazing view that the eye sees which is far more dramatic in person.
These landscaping projectors are installed in luxury resorts, homes, restaurants and night clubs around the world. Due to their ability to withstand the weather these units are particularly well suited for use all outdoor uses.
These laser projectors operate on 12 volt AC power a simple low voltage "Malibu" type landscape transformer which can power one or many Bliss Lights projectors in a series around a yard or building. We offer our favorite light sensing transformer with timer functions or dusk to dawn operation.
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These laser beams are completely safe. They are tested carefully and FDA approved guaranteeing that no beams are potentially harmful. Each laser beam is less than 5mw in power - similar to a laser pen. Although this laser is rated for safe use and there are no known cases of eye damage from a class II or lower laser, it is not recommended to look into the light at less than 6 inches from the lens.
LS20-SZ show with mounting bracket
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- Coverage = 2.5' circular area for every 1' from lens, beams travel up to 100 yards
- Primary Laser Diode 30mW before diffusing holographic lens
- Single laser beam power is less than 5 mw - this meets safety standards for Laser Class FLPPS Class IIIa
- Power requirements - 12 volt AC, transformer not included, size it according to needs of single or multiple units used. order with light for light sensing option using check box at bottom of page.
- Power consumption - 25 watts of AC power unless temperature drops below 55 degrees when it uses 35 watts.
- Operating temperature down to-15 degrees Fahrenheit
- Size: 14.25 in. Long x 4.5 in. Wide x 3.75 in. High not including bracket - UL Listed
- Blisslight LS20G - Green 532 nm wavelength
- Expected laser lifetime - more than 7000 hours of operation
- Single source holographic optical element- which, like the Bliss 15 reveals some geometric patterns in laser beams unlike Bliss 50
- Maintenance Free
- Meets IP66 Standard
- Dimensions - 14.25 in. L x 4.5 in. W x 3.75 in. H
- Warrantee - 1 Year and servicable by factory after that
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Battery Power option- For those of you planning on running these lights away from an AC power connection you will need an ac power generator or an inverter that delivers a pure Sine Wave, not a quasi sine wave or modified sine wave. Click here for True Sine Wave Inverters that run off a cigarette lighter for remote locations.Model PST-15S-12A 150 Watt/surge to 300 Watt
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 February, 2008.