Considered a vintage disco lighting effect, the Astrodisco was introduced by Italian lighting manufacturer Clay Paky in 1982. It uses a single lamp to project multiple rays of light across ceilings and dance floors in discotheques and nightclubs.
An updated version of a true classic. The lamp is 400 Watt MSR and full DMX control through 2 channels . The unit is also has variable speed and direction of the rotating dome depending on rate of the DMX channel.
One of the original classics. This is a Clay Paky Astroraggi. This unit uses a 250 Watt MSD discharge arc lamp. The unit then has a rotating dome over the lamp that rotates at a high speed.
The Clay Paky Astrospider has 4 X 24 Volt, 150 Watt Lamps. Each lamp is located in one of the 4 large domes with 13 lenses on the exterior (Total 52). The 4 domes are connected in the center of the unit with a single motor that revolves all 4 at the same speed at the same time.
This is a Krypthon UFO / Saucer unit. The variable speed units utilized a dedicated controller for lamp intensity and speed of the rotation motors. The unit uses 14 different colored convex lenses around the perimeter of the saucer to make 14 “Flat” beams.