Name: ChromaTree Glow Series
The ChromaTree Glow is a minitree that uses a clear 4mm coro lens and only requires a few nodes to fully illuminate.
The ChromaTree Glow series is another first from Boscoyo Studio. By using a clear 4mm coro material as a lens the need for a lot of pixels or dumb RGB nodes is minimized. Each ChromaTree Glow needs as few as a handful of nodes or up to 40 12mm nodes. The 10mm coro base plate provides a perfect platform to mount the 12mm nodes facing up or square and rectangular modules can be screwed or glued to it. The base plate is supported by a cross brace that keeps the nodes off of the ground. A landscape spike is used to secure the ChromaTree Glow to the ground or the cross brace can be left off and the tree will sit flat on a smooth surface. The lens can be removed and nested into each other for efficient storage. The bases can be daisy chained to each other. In the image below I use 7 trees with 20 each 2811 nodes. When using pixels, you can see the chase effects inside each ChromaTree Glow.
- Works with all 12mm nodes including Bullet, Square, and modules
- 28″ tall and 14″ wide
- Dual rings of 20 nodes
- Super fast and easy installation
- Available in clear 4mm lens with white 10mm coro only
- Secured to the ground with a landscape spike
- 100% American Made from Material, Design, and Fabrication
Choose the 12mm Pixels or RGB nodes of your choice and install them. The base plate can accept up to 40 nodes oriented in a vertical position. It is not necessary to use 40 nodes. Your needs may only require 5 or 10 nodes. Install the cross brace and install 2 zipties through the plate and brace. It will keep them together. Next take the clear 4mm lens and roll it so the cut seams are on the inside and install zipties to keep the lens together. The lens has several holes for zipties but you can skip every other one and it will work fine. I start installing the zipties from the top down. To setup the ChromaTree Glow place the base on the ground with the half circle wire path towards the back and install a landscape spike through the cross brace and hammer it down till the base is snug to the ground. Now the lens will snap on the base plate.
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