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Cailen Waddell

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Re: Blacklight Fixtures
« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2014, 11:11:07 pm »


Is anyone familiar with this one?

http://www.wildfirefx.com/wildfire_net/ProductDesc.aspx?code=131-029-01&type=4&eq=&key=it&desc=EffectsMaster,VHO120V50/60Hz

Yes. I have used the wildfire fixtures before.  They are good, the dichroic glass in the front does an excellent job of filtering out visible light, but that means it works best with UV reactive paint, not just florescent colored items. 


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eric lenasbunt

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Re: Blacklight Fixtures
« Reply #11 on: September 13, 2014, 04:42:44 pm »

The Blizzard Puck UV and CSI are good products as well
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Re: Blacklight Fixtures
« Reply #12 on: September 19, 2014, 10:44:38 pm »

Bought 4 of the ADJ HP Panels. So far pretty impressive.. Other then arriving with a few broken bulbs.
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Re: Blacklight Fixtures
« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2014, 11:42:29 pm »

the 400 watt discharge bulb fixtures with the 400w BLB coated bulbs emit little to no visible light, basically any yardlight fixture will fire them, LL-400BLB is a common cross referancable part number, street price 30-40 each

for LED fixtures, cheap way, set them on full blue and stack a rosco R383 Congo Blue combined with R375 Cerulean Blue, that blocks most visible light, yo umay or may not have those common blues on hand

to do it proper use the rosco permacolor 3660 UV pass filter

also the LED must be emitting true UV to work, the filter will not add it
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Re: Blacklight Fixtures
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