100w mini led beam moving head(GL-BS100W)

Illuminate your stage with the 100w Mini LED Beam Moving Head, a compact yet powerful lighting solution designed to transform any performance space with its stunning visual effects. This mini led beam moving head is not just a lighting device but a game-changer in the world of stage lighting.

The 100w Mini LED Beam Moving Head is more than just a lighting equipment; it's a crucial element that brings life to any stage. Whether it's for a concert, theater production, or club, this mini led beam moving head is your go-to choice for reliable, dynamic, and impactful lighting.


  • Versatile Lighting Effects: With its 7-color wheel plus white, and rainbow effect, the mini led beam moving head offers a spectrum of color options to create the perfect mood for any event.
  • Precision Movement: Experience fluid, precise control with 540° pan and 190° tilt movements. This mini led beam moving head ensures your lighting is always on point.
  • Long-Lasting Durability: Built to last, this mini led beam moving head boasts over 50,000 hours of working life, making it a reliable choice for consistent performance.
  • Dynamic Visuals: Equipped with a 6 facet rotating prism and 7 fixed gobos, this mini led beam moving head creates captivating patterns and effects that elevate any performance.


  • Voltage: AC100-240V, 50/60Hz
  • LED Source: 1pc High power 100W White LED
  • Prism Angle: 14 degrees
  • Control Modes: DMX 512, Master/Slave, Auto, Sound active
  • Color Wheel: 7 colors + white, rainbow effect
  • Dimmer: 0-100% linear adjustment
  • Prism: 6 facet rotate prism
  • Display: LED display
  • Power: 130W
  • Beam Angle: 3 degrees
  • DMX Channel: 12CH
  • Movement: Pan: 540° / Tilt: 190°, 16bit Fine Pan/Tilt control
  • Gobo: 7 fixed gobo + blank, Gobo shake
  • Strobe: 20 times/second
  • IP Rate: IP20
  • Weight: 8.95 lbs (N.W: 4.06 kgs)
  • Size: 9.25 x 5.91 x 12.6 inches (235 x 150 x 320 mm)



Frequently Asked Questions

How does a moving head light work?

A moving head light, like the mini led beam moving head, is a versatile and dynamic lighting fixture commonly used in stage settings, concerts, and clubs. At the heart of how it works is a combination of LED technology, mechanical elements, and control systems.

Firstly, the light source in these fixtures is typically a high-power LED, such as the 100W white LED found in the mini led beam moving head. This LED generates a focused beam of light that is both intense and energy-efficient. The color of the beam can be altered using a color wheel, which contains multiple color filters. Our mini led beam moving head, for instance, offers seven colors plus white, allowing for a wide range of hues and effects, including a rainbow effect.

The 'moving head' aspect comes into play with the fixture's ability to rotate and tilt. Equipped with motors and gears, these lights can move with precision and fluidity. The mini led beam moving head boasts a pan movement of 540° and a tilt of 190°, controlled through a 16bit fine Pan/Tilt mechanism. This level of control enables the light to cover a vast area and create dynamic lighting effects.

Additionally, features like gobos (patterned templates), prisms (for splitting the beam), and variable dimming add further versatility. The mini led beam moving head comes with seven fixed gobos and a 6 facet rotating prism, which can transform a single beam into a complex pattern or a spread of multiple beams.

What is the difference between moving head spot and beam?

The primary difference between a moving head spot and a beam lies in the beam's angle and focus. A 'spot' typically offers a wider beam angle and more focus features, allowing it to project patterns (gobos) and textures clearly. In contrast, a 'beam' produces a tighter, more concentrated light beam, ideal for creating intense and sharp shafts of light that cut through the air, often used in concerts and clubs for dramatic effects.

The mini led beam moving head is an example of a beam fixture, characterized by its narrow beam angle of 3 degrees. This makes it excellent for creating high-intensity, focused beams of light that stand out, even in a brightly lit environment. The narrow beam angle is complemented by a prism, like the 6 facet rotating prism in this fixture, which adds complexity and dynamism to the light it produces.

What are the different types of moving heads?

Moving head lights come in various types, each suited to different applications. The three primary types are Beam, Spot, and Wash.

  1. Beam: As exemplified by the mini led beam moving head, beam fixtures produce a tight, concentrated beam of light. They are powerful and intense, designed to work well in combination with atmospheric effects like fog or haze.

  2. Spot: Spot moving heads provide more features like zoom, focus, and iris. They are versatile in projecting gobos and patterns, making them ideal for detailed visual displays and theatrical environments.

  3. Wash: Wash fixtures offer a broader, softer light output, used primarily for bathing a stage or a space in color. Their beam is less defined compared to beam and spot types, making them excellent for creating ambient lighting.

Each type serves a unique role in stage lighting, and understanding their differences helps in selecting the right fixture for the desired effect. The mini led beam moving head stands out in the beam category for its compact size, energy efficiency, and powerful output, making it an excellent choice for creating high-impact visual effects in various settings.