Spraymotion Macro systems allow you to sequence water effects (i.e. mists, sprays, spritzers) to a motion timeline, adding movement with individually activated spray ports, or providing an array of coordinated spray ports. Perfect for spray or spritzer effects that are delivered in a “macro” environment where effects come from overhead or in front of participants, motion is sequenced and managed through simple integration to outside controls.
|Spraymotion System Controller
|20″ h x 18″ w x 8″ d
508mm h x 457mm w x 203mm d
|Power Consumption:||250 Watt|
|Control:||Relay Contact Closure|
|Water Supply Pressure Range:||40 – 80 psi|
|Macro Spray Port Angle:||60˚ @ 40 psi|
|Macro Spray Port Coverage:||Approximate 5′ diameter (standard nozzle)|
|Macro Spray Port Flow Rate:||.57 gpm/2.16 lpm @ 40 psi|
|Macro Spray Port Inlet Connection:||1/4″|
|Warranty:||1 Year, Unlimited Customer Support|
|Origin:||Made in U.S.A.|
The Spraymotion effects are triggered by relay contact closures included in the Spraymotion FX Controller from simulator control systems or other outside training control systems. You only need to identify what spray ports to trigger and when. The system handles the rest. Spraymotion systems are designed to allow for easy implementation so that spray and spritzer effects can be successfully installed by any integrator or designer.
See Product In Action
Spraymotion effects are varied in application, from sneezes to sprays to downpours. Orientation of the effect can come from in front, behind or overhead. No matter how it is situated it is sure to produce results!
Spritzer Testing in 4D Theater
The spritzer system was placed overhead in multiple rows to produce wet effects for a 4D theater. This video shows a test sequence captured during commissioning.
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