Tetra2™

Tetra2™ | ROBE lighting

Tetra2™

TETRAgnatha’s are linear bars building on the Spiider and Tarrantula technology with TETRA2™ the uncompromising leader of the Tetra family. Read More...

Light source

18x 40 W RGBW LED multichips

Light output

10.500 lm

Zoom range

4° - 45°

Effects

2x MCFE™ - Multi-Coloured Flower Effects – creating spectacular multicolour beam effects in the air rotating in both directions at variable speed (patented), pixel control, virtual colour wheel, tungsten lamp effect

Innovations

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