In order to create varied stage visual effects, the design requirements for stage lighting are becoming more and more intense, and the types of stage lighting are becoming more and more diverse. Laser stage lights are one of them.

Laser stage lights are usually an integrated laser system that generates and emits a stable laser beam through the laser diode and the principle of recombination of free electrons and holes and charge difference. So what are the characteristics of laser stage lights?

According to color and function, laser stage lights can be divided into: single-color laser lights, two-color/three-color/full-color laser lights, starry laser lights, firefly laser lights, animation laser lights, etc.; according to the number of laser heads, they can also be divided into: single-color laser lights Projection laser light, double-projection laser light, three-projection/four-projection/five-projection/six-projection laser light, etc.

Laser stage lights have rich colors and the projected laser beam has high brightness. By controlling the brightness and combined light ratio of lasers of different colors, various colorful lighting effects can be created. Secondly, stage lights are usually equipped with a high-speed galvanometer system, which can control the laser beam to scan the stage quickly and accurately. This allows the laser beam to form dynamic patterns, text or graphics, adding visual impact to stage performances. Not only that, the laser stage light also has rich control functions. It can be connected to the lighting console through PWM signals to achieve precise control of the laser effect, and can also be controlled through a remote control. If the stage laser light does not light up, check whether it is powered on, whether the voltage meets the driving voltage requirements, and whether the voltage is too high, causing the stage light laser module to burn the tube.

Laser stage lights are widely used in large-scale parties, concerts, celebrations, exhibitions, weddings, bars, theaters, annual meetings and other occasions. Together with music and commentary, they bring a strong audio-visual shock to the audience.