You will ﬁnd some good examples of professional low power RGB laser display systems within our new range of latest Clubmax FB4 projectors. This include Clubmax 3000 FB4, Clubmax 3400 FB4, Clubmax 6000 FB4 and Clubmax 6800 FB4. All of these systems will satisfy even the most demanding users and will bring quality and reliable laser performance into your venues.
More powerful systems for large indoor venues and possibly smaller festival stages are Atom 12 and Atom 15 systems. For large outdoor events we then recommend our Spectrum and Spectrum LD range which are super powerful and visible lasers with long throw distance, and which are used by many professional productions around the world.
What is called “RGB laser” in the entertainment industry is a device that can emit red, green and blue laser beams simultaneously within one single beam and at the same time modulate intensity of each colour; therefore being able to output thousands of secondary mixed colours, covering most of the visible spectrum of light. If RGB laser colours are mixed in the right ratio, the resulting laser beam is white.
RGB laser is also very often called as full colour laser or white-light laser.
The quality and precision of secondary mixed laser colours including white is deﬁned by many factors of which the major ones are temperature stability of the system; size, shape and divergence of red, green and blue laser beam and modulation performance of each laser module within the laser system. It is also important to use a quality laser control system and set up all the parameters correctly in the laser control software so your full colour laser can perform at its best.
As with any type of laser display equipment, there are many of cheap RGB lasers on the market, few decent ones and some incredibly (and also unnecessarily) expensive ones. These days, majority of laser sources in low and medium power lasers are semiconductor laser diodes. There are dozens of diﬀerent laser diodes available on the market that are used for laser module manufacturing and usually the ﬁnal price of RGB laser projector will somehow reﬂect the quality of laser diodes and beam shaping optical components used in particular laser projector.
Commonly used wavelengths of semiconductor laser diodes for RGB laser manufacturing are 635-660nm for red colour, 520nm for green colour and 445-460nm for blue colour lasers.
Most of the customers will go after a full colour laser display system rather then a single colour laser. RGB lasers are lot more versatile then single colour ones and they can be utilised in 95% of all laser display applications.
RGB lasers manufactured by Kvant cover the whole range of output powers, from low power lasers that are suitable for underground clubs and small party venues up to big and powerful machines that are used at large scale events such as festivals, tours and for long distance outdoor advertising.