*the 1620 is the standard for essentially all orbits available on the market today. In the past, orbiters have used smaller 1616 batteries for old school models like Photon Freedoms.
Flow chips are designed for flow artists, and they are included with each EmazingLights orbit setup. Unique to this light is a Demo Timer that automatically transitions between its modes every 8 seconds, creating many different shapes over the span of a single light show. Orbiters can choose up to 3 colors on a 20 color palette. Each bulb is frosted, which produces a larger, more cartoonish effect.
The Chroma24 is the most popular microlight of all time, and a great chip for intermediate orbiters. Named for its 24 color palette, this is a light in the mid-tier that’s perfect for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced. It has an easy-to-use navigation that allows you to customize each color’s brightness and choose up to 7 different colors for each of the 5 preset modes.
The Chroma CTRL is the most widely used chip amongst expert orbiters. The chips allow you to choose from a range of 30 different colors and 11 flashing patterns to program across 5 modes. The CTRL is all about user customization, so like the Element, you can rearrange mode order, choose 7 colors per mode and customize your Flashing Pattern on each mode. You can also customize the brightness of each color with Tint Control. The chip can also be locked, which means you can store your orbit without wasting batteries.
The Element V2 is the most advanced chip on the market. It has 6 available modes, 12 flash pattern options, and a 31 color palette. But what really sets it apart is an accelerometer that makes the light react to your movements by changing colors and patterns as you move. It does this in 3 unique ways that measure your speed and angle. The Element also offers a “live preview” so you can see the colors you’re programming before finalizing them. It also has custom mode ordering so you can move any mode to any spot on the light. The Element is our most advanced light and is recommended only for experienced users.
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Written By: Sean (Ninja)
Last Updated 9/18/2016