Vibesta Peragos LED Tube Lights on IndieGoGo

October 6th, 2020
Vibesta Peragos LED Tube Lights on IndieGoGo

Dutch lighting equipment manufacturer Vibesta launched its new Peragos LED tube lights on IndieGoGo today.

LED technology has made it possible to manufacture tube-like lights that are much more practical and safer than the old gas-discharge tubes.

Battery-powered RGB lights

LED tube lights can run on battery an are even capable of color changes. First, they were used for stage lighting but were quickly adopted by filmmakers. Some manufacturers have been offering dedicated light tubes for a while.

Vibesta is currently only offering its “Peragos Disk Light” but is now entering the tube-light-market with a range of five different models.

Model range

Five different LED Tube Light Models. Image Credit: Vibesta
Five different LED Tube Light Models. Image Credit: Vibesta

All models feature a 220° light aperture and are rated IP66 weatherproof, which makes them suitable for use in ugly conditions. Something that’s very useful considering all the lights can be powered by smart lithium-ion batteries. Because of that they will be used in ugly conditions.

Wide Color Temperature Range
Wide Color Temperature Range. Image Credit: Vibesta

All models also cover an impressive color temperature range from 2800°K up to 13.000°K and a CRI of between 94-98 ± 2 (TLCI 92-94±1)

The color temperature range can be extended by using the so called “Ultra-Wide Extended Kelvin Mode”, which allows for settings from 1500°K up to 30.000°K for that extra punchy color-contrast. I like it!

Filters & Effects

A “Gel Library” allows you to select from 300+ widely used filters (=color presets), which are then emulated by the light changing its color — no light-loss and no gels to carry around.

16 different lighting effects like party, candle, club, cop car etc. are built-in and can be further customised.

RTXControl App to create complex setups. Image Credit: Vibesta
RTXControl App to create complex setups. Image Credit: Vibesta

App Control

The lights can be controlled by the RTXControl app that also supports Art-Net and the widely adopted DMX protocol. You can organize lighting setups in projects and scenes and create complex timed light changes. Something that seems to become fashionable recently as I noticed on TV shows like “Ratchet” or “Ares”.

Tube 60C Pixel and Tube 120C Pixel. Image credit: Vibesta
Tube 60C Pixel and Tube 120C Pixel. Image credit: Vibesta

The two top-of-the-line lights “Peragos Tube 60C Pixel” and “Peragos Tube 120c Pixel” offer another neat feature: The LEDs inside are divided into segments called “Pixels” that can be controlled and animated separately. That allows for effects like colors running along the length of the tube. The 2ft 60C has 16 of those “Pixels”, while the 4ft 120C has 32.

The app allows lights to be grouped so that the animation starts on one tube and crosses over to the next. Vibesta claims their units are controlled by the so-called “Rayzr Light Engine”, which makes all the above features possible.

Soft Lightsources for creative lighting. Image Credit: Vibesta
Soft Lightsources for creative lighting. Image Credit: Vibesta

LED Tube Lights on IndieGoGo

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If you are interested, head over to IndieGoGo, where the “Peragos Tubes” will be offered as perks to supporters starting at €199 on a first come first serve basis.

Do you have experience with Wand- or Tubelights? If so how do you use them? Are you interested in the Peragos Tube series? Please let uns know in the comments!

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10 days ago

One group of people selling rayzr lights.. was waiting more than one year for cheap made diffusion, after i buy cheap made rgbww panels, waiting one and half year for wifi router and wireless functionality, still without any manual how to connect to third party payed apps.. now new product on idiego with many hopes and app, which doesnt exist.. company without limits.. mean no delivery limits and no worries at all.. good luck guys!

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Thanks for your comment. Our manual for how to connect with Luminair 3 for example to our RTX1 router you can find here:

https://www.rtxtec.com/configuration-with

The tubes are in production already and delivery timeline is clear, also as RTX1 router is compatible with Art-Net there is many options to control it with paid or free Apps, but the RTX Connect App that will also be released shortly after the end of the indiegogo campaign will be a strong competitor to paid Apps like Luminair 3 and it will be for free and available for iOS and Android.

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