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Cyclo 04 DMX and diffuser front lens Cyclo 03 and 04


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Martin Architectural has made some significant additions to their Cyclo Series of T5 fluorescent color changing lights. The Cyclo 04 is now available in a DMX version, and both the Cyclo 03 and 04 are available with a decorative diffuser front lens.

Cyclo 04 DMX

Martin Architectural's Cyclo 04, an RGBW T5 fluorescent color changer capable of generating nearly all colors or white light of any color temperature, boasts a number of new features, including DMX controllability, along with an improved design. The changes have spawned a new version, the Cyclo 04 DMX.
The Cyclo 04 DMX provides easy command of the RGBW color mixing via built-in, 4 channel DMX control. Built-in DMX also allows for true 0-100% intensity control of each individual tube for easy fades to blackout and 'turn off' controllability.
The fixture's DMX address and various stand-alone modes (4 different speeds) can be easily set via a dipswitch. Built-in DMX functionality also allows multiple Cyclos to be connected in a master-slave configuration. DMX connection is simple and straightforward using through-wired RJ-45 connectors.
The power connection is also through-wired using a new, quick connector for permanent installations. And in order to make installation even more trouble-free, Martin Architectural offers prewired, double-ended 15 cm RJ-45 and Ensto cables.
A newly designed housing makes installation fast and easy. The fixture comes with a mounting bracket that can be preinstalled to allow the complete fixture to be mounted with its T5 tubes already fitted.
Cyclo 04 DMX by Martin Architectural

Curved diffuser

A curved diffuser front lens is also available for both the Cyclo 03 and 04. This ready-to-use decorative effect projects an even field of colored light by completely diffusing the light from each tube. The diffuser front enables the Cyclos to be instantly used as decorative fixtures, without the need for integration into the architectural fabric.
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