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The Rosco I-Cue Intellient Mirror lets you do more with less. Mounted on an ellipsoidal spotlight, the lightweight moving mirror allows you to reposition the beam of light at will. A single luminaire can be used for multiple specials, focused wherever the designer requires and moved with a simple cue from your DMX console. This is done silently, quickly and accurately and can be repeated over and over again, every night of the performance. The ultra quiet stepper motors used allow the I-Cue to succeed even in television studios and concert halls where any ambient motor noise is unacceptable.
Intended for use on modern luminares with 6 in lens systems, the I-Cue slides into a 6-1/4in color frame slot. Weighing only 3-1/2 pounds, it is easily installed and won't cause the fixture to drop. The mirror size restricts the lens barrel to 36-degrees or less, though a front spill plate can be positioned to block light leak on wider lenses.
For more dynamic moving effects, the I-Cue can be used in conjunction with color scrollers, effectively turning your simple leko into a sophisticated automated light! An accessory bracket, the "Broadway Mounting Kit" extends the mirror head out from the color slot over the scroller body in instances where the scroller is not capable of holding the I-Cue directly.
The I-Cue elegantly solves lighting challenges common in so many venues and productions. With limited fixtures available for your plot, the I-Cue lets you create multil specials without dedicating multiple fixtures to single purpose focus points.
Installation and Operation
The Rosco I-Cue will fit virtually any fixture with a 6-1/4in color frame slot such as the ETC Source Four, Selecon Pacific and many others. The broad range of motion for the I-Cue mirror - 230° of pan and 57° of tilt - allows a wide area of the stage to be covered from a single hanging position.
Power & Control
The I-Cue requires a 24v power supply unit such as the Rosco PSU 50. A 4-pin XLR "scroller" cable is used to connect the PSU to the I-Cue. Multiple units may be daisy chained together, limited by cable length guidelines and wattage limitations of the PSU. The I-Cue draws a maximum continuous load of 17 watts. Many of the 24 volt power supply units offered by the major manufacturers of color scrollers will run the Rosco I-Cue.
Operated via a DMX console, the I-Cue can be used in either 8-bit or 16-bit resolution. In 8-Bit mode, the I-Cue uses 2 channels of DMX control, one for pan and one for tilt with 0.9° of pan resolution and 0.225° of tilt resolution. In 16-bit mode, the device requires 4 channels of DMX (pan + fine pan, tilt + fine tilt) and achieves 0.028° of resolution in both pan and tilt for much smoother, more precise positioning.
For installations where DMX control is not available, simple repetitive motions can be programmed directly into the I-Cue. See I-Cue Operation Manual for details. In addition, all units come with a pre-programmed "chase sequence" for either self testing the unit without the presence of a DMX signal or for when you want random non-DMX moving light effects.
The LED display allows for easy configuration of operating modes and DMX addressing.
10 1/4"H x 10 1/2"L x 9"W, 3 1/2 lbs