Vibesta Peragos 120C Pixel Review – Newsshooter



The Vibesta Peragos 120C Pixel is part of a new range of weatherproof LED tubes, that come in regular RGB versions, as well as Pixel Animatble versions that give you independent control of up to 32 pixels within one tube.

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The lights have a wide color control and a form factor that makes them useful for discreet lighting effects and placement in confined or hard-to-reach places. They are also versatile enough that you could use them for interviews or any other normal lighting application.

For this review, I am going to be looking at the Peragos 120C Pixel. Please bear in mind that this is a review of a second-generation prototype version of the light and I did encounter some issues that won’t be there in the final production versions.

The lights were launched as part of a Kickstarter campaign. Some of them are about to start shipping.

The tubes have a color temperature range of 2800K to 13000K in normal mode and 1500K to 30000K in an extended mode.

There are five different models to choose from:

  • Peragos Wand 40C
  • Peragos 60C
  • Peragos 120C
  • Peragos 60C Pixel
  • Peragos 120C Pixel

The Peragos Wand 40C, Peragos 60C and the Peragos 120C don’t feature the pixel level control like the 60C Pixel and 120C Pixel.

The tube light is dimmable and while you can adjust color and light intensity locally on the fixture, you can also do it remotely from a console via onboard DMX or wirelessly with 2.4 GHz WiFi.

So now that you have some background on the lights, let’s have a look at the Peragos 120C Pixel.

Design & Concept

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Tube lights are not a new concept. Fluorescent tubes have been around for a very long time, and in recent years we have seen quite a lot of RGB options coming to market. Tube lights can be a nice addition to any lighting kit and traditionally they have been able to produce a nice quality of light.


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