Flat Par TW5

The Flat Par TW5 is a dynamic white, 25W LED flat Par fixture which features five 5-watt “Tri-white” 3-IN-1 LEDs (warm white, cool white, amber on one LED chip). The dynamic white LEDs give lighting designers the ability to control a variety of white color temperatures from a single Par fixture; from a warm yellow-amber tungsten hue to a super blue-white discharge look. This allows for greater white lighting control and appeal towards performers skin tones.
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  • 25W Dynamic White LED Flat Par
  • 5x 5-Watt TRI LED 3-IN-1 CW/WW/A (Cool White/Warm White/Amber - 50,000 hrs.)
  • 7 DMX Modes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 channels
  • TRI LEDs Eliminate color shadows when mixing Dynamic White LEDs
  • LED pulse and strobe effect
  • Electronic Dimming: 0 - 100%
  • Beam angle: 40-degree
  • Flicker Free
  • 4-button, DMX digital display on rear panel
  • Optional ADJ LED RC3 wireless remote control (sold separately)
  • Dual yoke allows fixture to be hung or set on the ground
  • Data linkable via 3-pin XLR cables
  • Power Draw: 26W total (All LED's @ Full On)
  • Color Temperature: >6500°K (Cool White); >2700°K (Warm White)
  • Light output: 700 LUX @ 2M; 166 LUX @ 4M (40-degree beam)
  • CRI Values: 70-80 (Cool White & Warm White)
  • Power Cable Length: 1.8m (IEC)
  • Multi-voltage operation: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz (IEC power In/Out)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 10.75” x 8.75” x 4.25”/ 272 x 223 x 105mm
  • Weight: 6 lbs. / 2.4 kg.
  • ETL Approved





The following downloads are available for this product:

Title Description
Flat Par TW5 Photometrics Download
Flat Par TW5 User Manual Download


Frequently Asked Questions

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How many lumens does the Flat Par TW5 put out? We are replacing ceiling lights in our church that currently put out about 3,700 lumens.

We should discuss distance or throw and area coverage needed , but at 15' all colors on, the TW5 gives 107 LUX.

There is no way to calculate the Lumen output of the TW5 without discusing area coverage.

How do I get the fixture to work with a RGBw4c board? Some of the buttons the manual tells me to press do not exist like "enter" and "menu".

Hello Art,

Thank you for reaching out to us. You would have to press mode/menu and set your dmx address and hit set up to put it in the 3 channel mode. That way, your first fader will bring up the warm whites, fader 2 your cool whites and fader 3 your ambers. Let me know if you have any further questions.