So I built a "demo box" unit

Sparky_911

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Had some free time and a handful of stuff laying around the shop. Decided my "demo" unit needed an upgrade or two. Bought a toolbox and started drilling. Right now I have this....
Feniex T6 1red 1blue
T3 1red 1 blue
Pair of pretty used cannons in blue
1 Widelux 4x6 in B/W (was on my For Sale thread).

What else should I add?? There is plenty of real estate and power consumption is not an issue as I use a converted PC supply for juice. I've got the basics covered (Cobra/Apollo offerings), but its missing something...some amber maybe??

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That is an awesome setup. Great idea using a toolbox. You could throw some amber and white T6 and T3 on it to demo all the colors somebody may want.
 
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I forgot to mention each head is independent and I can change patterns on the fly.

Great idea! Maybe if you have the space throw on a powerarc there as well?
There is definitely space for a Powerarc, and I know this sounds silly considering the $$$ already in the box, buuuutttt man they want a pretty penny. They are popular in my area though. (I know of 4 departments in my county alone that use halogen Arcs). If I could get one at/below cost I would fo' sho'.

That is an awesome setup. Great idea using a toolbox. You could throw some amber and white T6 and T3 on it to demo all the colors somebody may want.
Hmmm...that might be what comes next then....good idea.
 
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I see how you could use it as a mini bar. Its 28x12x11....Silicone up the holes, put a plastic liner in it, add ice and some beers.....not sure what purpose the magnets would serve? Keep it from falling out of the truck bed? :D
 

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I see how you could use it as a mini bar. Its 28x12x11....Silicone up the holes, put a plastic liner in it, add ice and some beers.....not sure what purpose the magnets would serve? Keep it from falling out of the truck bed? :D
Nice. That way it can go from the truck bed to a golf cart to assist in moving those slow players along while getting your drink on.
 
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Finally got youtube to take the video....
 
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I thought the same. Tried an old S&W 800 and the power supply couldn't take it. A new Feniex siren might be a different story.
 
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The 4x6 is half blue half white and I can show all the available functions on it.
 
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Resurrecting this thread....I have since taken everything off the demo box since Feniex has upgraded their lines from Python, Cobra, and Apollo to Fusion.

I recently reviewed the new Feniex AM600 beacon and @coop359 inquired about the power box I used to demo the beacon. It's the same box, just upgraded A LOT.

See Sparkys Gear Guide (Step 6) at instructables.com.
https://www.instructables.com/id/Sparkys-Gear-Guide-to-the-Zombie-Apocalypse/

Inside is 2 35AH 12v deep cycle batteries wired up for 30A-12V and connected to a 750W-120V inverter. It will run everything short of my circular/table saw and air compressor. I can recharge it from solar panels, 120v trickle (on board), and 12v ciggie.

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