Compact and discreet, Lanta’s Orion Sunspot DMX™ delivers an enticing spectrum of colours that lights truss, decking or indeed any architectural feature. Four CREE tri-colour LEDs produce thousands of colours in a low energy unit to mount inside truss or on a twin yoke. The matt black steel housing seamlessly vanishes leaving only the light as the focus of attention. Orion Sunspot is at home working as mood-effect wash, dramatic architectural uplighter or feature spotlight – in fact anywhere that needs to be lit and where space is at a premium.

Model Number L02962
Light Source 4 x 3w CREE Tri LEDs
Beam Angle 30º
Colours Full RGB Spectrum
DMX Operation YES
DMX Channels 6 Channel
Master Slave YES
Linkable YES
LED Display NO
Internal Programmes Auto, Static Colour, Dimming Feature, Built in Program
Sound Operation YES
Mounting Double yoke for use as floor mount or hanging bracket
Construction Die cast
Connections UK Mains plug and captive cable. DMX IN (3 pin XLR) DMX OUT (3 Pin XLR)
Power Requirement 240V AC 50Hz
Power Consumption 12w
W x D x H
85mm x 85mm x 120mm
Weight 1.1kg
EAN 5060304950345

Ultra Bright LEDs

High output super bright LED Technology is moving at an incredible pace and LANTA products are at the forefront of LED design. But there is more to having brightness than just components. To make an LED last longer, work brighter and work better, a complex combination of heat dissipation, lens technology, power supply design and mechanical assembly all have to be optimised for best performance. With all LANTA lighting, this is all brought together coupled with automated assembly. The result is brighter products, longer lasting and brilliant value!




Designed in the UK

LANTA LIGHTING is based in Northampton, UK. Our engineers spend their time designing new and exciting products and work closely with our factories to ensure our products meet our stringent quality standards.


LANTA LED fixtures produce superb colour mixing and uniform illumination patters to ensure smooth colour generation. The information shown here explains how much light is produced in relation to the distance from the fitting and the angle of the fixture in relation to the viewer or area to be lit.