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Lights Cloud Gobo

$785.00 $594.00

 
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Enter state/date to select quantity  📦 kit options are DIY uplights , fog based cloud machine (ice cube & dry ice not provided), monogram light for a wall (gobo installed)

–  Colors: View lighting color options in the color chart tab above
–  Battery: Only outdoor uplight fixtures & wireless uplighting
–  Outside Use: Only outdoor uplights are waterproof from rain
–  Weight & Dimensions: view additional information tab above
–  Est Setup Time: half-hour (cloud has 5 min warm-up time)
–  Rentals Arrive: 2-days prior to the event date
–  Duration: Send back 2-day after event date to avoid late fees
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Easy DIY Rentals in 3 Mins

Learn how to setup all rentals in the above bundle in 3 videos ▼

 
 
 
 
 

Description

This up-light, cloud, and gobo monogram package give you the best of both worlds. Now you don’t need to book expensive vendors. Do this yourself with easy setups & keep your event under budget! We’ve combined both lighting & entertainment options to maximize guest enjoyment. This bundle includes room uplighting, dancing on a cloud, as well as a wedding monogram lighting. This bundle is affordable and delivers gorgeous results. Continue reading about this popular package. Read More...

 

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Additional information

Weight 50 lbs
Dimensions 46 x 26 x 18 in

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Easy Setup Instructions

Guide on standard uplights

1.   Take the lighting and drop them carefully around the room perimeter with the same spacing between lights
2.   Next get a PowerCon cord going from the wall outlet and plugged into the bottom of your uplight
3.   Flip over your light fixture and turn the power button on (the front menu will light up)
4.   The last step is to set your ideal lighting color with a static color option (shown in the tutorial video)


Guide on dancing on a cloud kit


1.   The week of your event, decide if you want to use ice cubes or dry ice. You can find the nearest dry ice supplier and make sure they have at least 20 lbs of dry ice pellets in stock, get an icebox ready and put inside a plastic scooper (not metal), a small throw blanket (that is not fuzzy), and heavy-duty insulated gloves
2.   The day before your event, purchase 20 lbs of dry ice pellets (should cost between $1-$2 per pound) and place the non-fuzzy small throw blanket over the ice in the box to insulate the dry ice, store the plastic scooper on top of the box not inside (if your dry ice provider is available the day of your event, then purchase it from them that morning)
3.   If you decide to use a metal scooper it can never be stored inside the box with the dry ice it will be subject to sub-zero temperatures
4.   On the day of your event, store dry ice in an icebox somewhere safe and out of children’s reach
5.   5 minutes before you need to make the cloud effect, pour the fog solution into the machine, plug in the power cord for your machine, load 4 lbs of ice, attach the remote control and turn on the unit
6.   If you trip a circuit, unplug the fixture, reset the breaker for the circuit, and then use this further down the wall on another circuit
7.   The machine will take 3 minutes to warm up, once ready it will turn on with the buttons from the remote control
8.   Once your effect is done, make sure there are no dry ice pellets on the ground, use towels to wipe up any water/residue on the floor, and safely dispose of any excess ice in the machine by dumping it in the kitchen sink in the back of the venue, drain water excess water with the back valve and empty all fog fluid from the tank in the machine.
9.   Safely dispose of the dry ice by transporting the cooler closed into your personal vehicle, we recommend disposing of the dry ice under your supervision in a safe location at a later time after the event, if there is no safe location to dispose of the dry ice then open the box in a well-ventilated area, store the box up high, and let the ice evaporate until gone (can take anywhere from 2 hours to 48 hours)
10.   Make sure to unplug all cords before placing them back in the box, return the machine with all wires & the bottle that came with the fog


Guide for gobo monogram with stand & plunger
(so that guests can not block your pattern by standing in front of it, this creates a nice clean projected image)

1.   Open the lighting stand by grabbing a leg and pulling it out (you will need to loosen the knob on the side so the legs will move)
2.   You want a 2′ gap between each leg, this makes the stand more sturdy, then make the side knob hand tight (just tight enough, not too much)
3.   Slip the plunger over the tall pole at the very top (it should be a tight fit, that is okay)
4.   To hang the light on the top attachment piece, take off the top nut, slide the bracket hole over the threaded bolt, then re-screw the nut onto the bolt (the bracket should be between both bolts)
5.   Get the power to your monogram light by running a cord from a power source up the stand and into the back of your light rental
6.   The light will auto turn on, to allow the light to shine pull any side shutters out and away from the light several inches
7.   Raise the tripod stand (if needed) and adjust the angle of your light onto a wall (the side brackets are used to either aim the light up or to aim it down)
8.   Using the top adjustments slide them for the best image setting, this will make changes to your patterns focus as well as zoom (this should take a minute to get just right)


Guide for gobo monogram on a table
(doesn’t include a plunger/stand)

1.   Get the power to your gobo by plugging a power cord from the wall, the cord should go up the inside of the stand and plug into the back part of your light rental
2.   Once the light turns on, take the side sliding arms and extend outwards a couple of inches this allows light to exit from your fixture so you can see the image on the wall
3.   Put your light on a table in a safe place and using the metal brackets aim and adjust the positioning so it has the right height and angle
4.   Take the top adjustments and slide them back and forth for your pattern zoom and focus (you may need to do fine adjustments with very few movements)

Uplighting Color Chart

 

Monogram Distance Chart

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