MLB Blizzard 1200W DMX Remote Interval Snow Machine


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The MLB Blizzard 1200W works great on stages and dance floors as it produces a realistic snow fall effect. It makes a big difference to events such as Christmas parties and weddings.

How long will a tank of 5L Last? Consumption is about 1L per 5-6 minutes if run contiusouly at maximum output, so a 5L should last 25-30 minutes, That is long enough for most events. With a small dancing area the machine is usually not run continously as that will end up with a very wet floor as the “snow” melts. Most of the time, the snow machine is switched on briefly for effects, or at an interval, so a 5L will last a long time if used in this fashion.

What is great about this machine is that its volume output is linear adjustable (tests show the their output only starts when the knob is turned to 75%, then gradually increase to full output when turned to Max level). There are many occasions where you do not want a lot of snow to be shoot out continuously which not only doesn’t look that good,but will also quickly result in a wet floor and waste the snow fluid. Bear in mind the snow fluid is not cheap! It comes at around 45 dollars per 5L and they run out fast at full output.

Are they noisy? Yes, the main consumption of power goes to their blowers. The 1200W models have noise level of about 75db at full output similar to a home vaccum cleaner. However, that is when another important feature of this machine comes into play. It has adjustable fan output. You can choose between Low and High output, with the lower output reducing the noise to a 600W level.

Does it support DMX? Yes, it supports DMX 1CH, Wireless and Wired remote. So this one has all the control you need for events big or small, casual or professonal. The 1CH in DMX offers linear control of the output volume 0-100%.

Operating Instructions

  1. Fill the tank with high quality snow liquid.
  2. Securely mount the unit at least 3 meters above ground for best results.
  3. Use the remote control to turn on the machine.

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