Waterproof par cans lighting(GL-102)

Experience the brilliance of Igracelite Waterproof Par Cans Lighting, a cutting-edge stage lighting marvel! With a power consumption 200W, this RGBW 4-in-1 LED fixture delivers a mesmerizing display of 16.7 million colors, offering a vibrant spectrum of lighting possibilities.

Grace Stage Lighting has been designing and producing waterproof par cans lighting since 2009, and this GL-102 is the classic of all classic Waterproof par cans lighting. It is a pride of Grace Stage Lighting, whether sales or customer praise.


  • Versatile Operational Modes: Our Waterproof Par Cans Lighting offers a range of operational modes to elevate your lighting game. Choose from Sound Active, Macro, Auto, and DMX control, providing you with ultimate flexibility and creativity.
  • Reliable DMX512 Control Protocol: With DMX512 control, precise and synchronized lighting effects are at your fingertips. Effortlessly sync multiple fixtures for a flawless performance.
  • Durable and Sturdy Build: Crafted for excellence, our Waterproof Par Cans Lighting boasts a net weight of 5.7kg, ensuring easy setup and portability. The IP65 waterproof rating guarantees its resilience in outdoor settings, making it perfect for theme parks, weddings, discos, and nightclubs.
  • Unrivaled Performance: Enjoy a long lifespan of up to 6-10 million hours with our LED technology. With a high lamp luminous efficiency of 95lm/w and a color rendering index of 90, expect nothing less than stunning, true-to-life colors that bring your stage to life.
  • Digital Features for Enhanced Control: Take advantage of digital features like electronic dimming from 0-100% and Master & Slave mode to create captivating lighting displays.
  • Certified Quality: Rest assured with our CE certification, signifying compliance with safety and quality standards.
  • Endless Applications: From dynamic theme park displays to dazzling wedding setups, our Waterproof Par Cans Lighting promises to elevate any event with its luminous charm.


  • Power Consumption: 200W (RGBW in 1)
  • Operational Modes: Sound Active, Macro, Auto, & DMX
  • DMX Control Protocol: DMX512
  • Gross Weight: 14.33 lbs (approx. 6.5kg)
  • Input Voltage: 100-240V, 50/60Hz
  • Dimming: From 0-100% electronic dimming
  • Waterproof: IP65
  • Functions: Digital features
  • Application: Theme Park, disco, nightclub, wedding
  • Color Rendering Index (CRI): 90
  • Lamp Luminous Flux: 5900 lumens (lm)
  • Working Lifetime: 100,000 hours
  • Emitting Color: RGBW
  • Packaging Details: Carton package
  • Color: RGBW, 16.7 million kinds of color change, RGBWA 5in1, and RGBWA UV 6in1 available
  • Net Weight: 12.57 lbs (approx. 5.7kg)
  • Packing Size (LxWxH): 13" x 13" x 15" (approx. 330mm x 330mm x 380mm) - 1 piece without hanging bracket
  • Life Time: 6-10 million hours
  • Control Mode: DMX512, self-propelled, strobe, Master & slave
  • Certification: CE
  • Lamp Luminous Efficiency: 95 lumens per watt (lm/w)
  • Lifespan: 50,000 hours
  • Working Temperature: -25°C to 50°C
  • IP Rating: IP65
  • Light Source: LED



Frequently Asked Questions

What is a par cans lighting?

A par cans lighting, short for Parabolic Aluminized Reflector Lighting, is a type of lighting fixture commonly used in the entertainment and stage lighting industry. It features a sealed beam lamp, which produces a powerful and focused beam of light with a defined beam angle. PAR cans lighting come in various sizes and are known for their versatility and ability to create vibrant, colorful lighting effects.

What is the difference between PAR and PAR can?

The terms "PAR" and "PAR can" are often used interchangeably to refer to the same type of lighting fixture. These two terms mean the same thing, and both describe the kind of light that the light fixture produces. Now, our shells were made of aluminum, but now our mainstream is to use cast aluminum, sheet metal, or plastic.

What is the difference between PAR lighting and Fresnel lighting?

While PAR and Fresnel are commonly used in stage lighting, they differ significantly in design and light distribution. PAR lights produce a more focused, intense beam, ideal for spot or accent lighting. On the other hand, Fresnel lights have adjustable lenses that allow for a broader, softer shaft, making them suitable for flood and general lighting. Although PAR lamps can now be adjusted in focus, Fresnel lamps are better for adjusting the angle.