The DigitalSpot 3000 DT from Robe Lighting is a digital moving light projector with an LED-based REDWash module on board. The fixture emits 2,700 ANSI lumens from a 200W projection lamp with a contrast ratio of 2,000:1. Based around and Intel Core2 Duo E6750, 2.66GHz, 1333MHz FSB processor with 1GB of RAM and a NVIDIA 8600 GT graphics card, the unit includes three digital gobo layers for image and video control. The graphics engine supports more than 60,000 original and user-created videos/gobos usable on all gobo layers, with individual X and Y positioning and scaling possible on each layer, as well as CMY image and video color mixing and color temperature correction. Additional effects include banner effects, digital iris plus 160 masking effect, full keystone correction, picture merging, and digital strobe. Supported image formats include JPG, TGA, PNG, GIF, PCX, PNM, XPM, and LBM, and supported video formats are MPEG1 and MPEG2. The LED module on the unit features 48 Luxeon Rebel LEDs with a 25° beam angle and RGBW color mixing with full dimming. Additional features include motorized focus, mechanical shutter, 530° pan, 280° tilt, and 16-bit movement resolution. Connections include S-video and RCA video inputs, DMX in/out via locking 3-pin and 5-pin XLR, two USB ports, and Art-Net via Neutrik EtherCon. DigitalSpot 3000 DT communicates active RDM. Menu configurations and DMX address patches are set up remotely from a computer running ROBE RDMNet software, linked via Robe’s DreamBox USB interface.