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Tomshine 80W moving head fixture file (attached)

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miked
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Tomshine 80W moving head fixture file (attached)

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Tomshine 80W Moving Head (test3).pff
Hello everyone,

I recently bought some inexpensive moving heads and have been pretty impressed with them for the price. They are the Tomshine 9/11 channel 80W LED moving heads sold on Amazon, EBay, etc. Here's the Amazon page:
https://www.amazon.com/Tomshine-Rainbow ... 10&sr=8-14

I'm using them in 11-channel mode. 8 different gobos, gobo shake, solid/split colors and variable fade in/out speeds in addition to normal strobes.
The LED itself is allegedly 50W. It seems pretty bright to me, though I'm not sure how close to 50 actual watts it is. It's definitely brighter than the generic 25W lights that are being sold super-cheap.

I'm a FreeStyler noob at best, but managed to create a Fixture File that has icons for all the colors/gobos/functions, and that actually works. :D Tested it pretty thoroughly. I've attached the .PFF file. I've also attached the relevant scans from the User Manual, and a screen shot showing the fixture open in FreeStyler.

Channel 7 is actually the strobe channel, but when I used it for the Gobo2 channel so I could program the different strobe speeds and fade ins/outs, it got renamed "Gobo2" in the file.

I couldn't find matching icons for the gobos, so I took screen snips from the Amazon page, resized them/saved them as .GIF files. So the gobo icons in the fixture file are actually representative of the gobo, not a generic icon.

Hope this helps someone. :)
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