Stairville LED Flood Panel 150 40° RGB


Compact LED Floodlight

  • Light source: 150 LEDs with a diameter of 10 mm
  • With display for setting the functions
  • Control via DMX, Master / Slave, Auto Run mode or Sound-to-Light mode
  • Thanks to the multifunction bracket, it can be placed on the floor or suspended
  • Beam angle: 40°
  • Power supply: AC 240V~, 50 Hz
  • Max. power consumption: 18 W
  • DMX input and output: 3-pin XLR
  • Power-out for operation as part of lighting chain
  • Optional IR remote control: Article nr 354223
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 260 x 68 x 210 mm
  • Weight: 1.8 kg
Available since March 2011
Item number 253359
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Construction Type Flat PAR
Number of LEDs 150
Colour Mixing RGB
LED Type Single colour LED
Floor housing Yes
Fanless Yes
remote control Optional
wireless DMX No
Housing Colour Black
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Flat LED panel with double bracket

The LED Flood Panel 150 40° RGB from Thomann's Stairville brand is an attractively priced LED unit for wide-area lighting that can stand on its own two feet – or rather brackets. Unique in its price range, it features an extra-flat housing and is also free-standing thanks to its multifunctional double bracket, which means the unit can either be placed on the floor or suspended from a truss. The Flood Panel’s power outlet allows it to supply power to an additional light unit, which means you can drastically reduce the number of mains sockets required by “daisy-chaining” multiple lights. A power cable is included with each unit. The LED Flood Panel can be operated in different ways, and a remote control is available separately for those who prefer this option.

Floods of colour

The Stairville LED Flood Panel 150 40° RGB features 150 LEDs, each with the fixed colours red, green, and blue. As its name indicates, it has a beam angle of 40°, which allows wide-area illuminations of walls, backgrounds, and large displays. With a width of 260 mm, a height of 210 mm, and a depth of only 68 mm, its design is surprisingly flat and sleek, and each unit weighs just 1.8 kg. The LED Flood Panel can be operated in stand-alone mode via four rear-mounted menu buttons located below its display or via DMX in three, four, or eight-channel mode. The three-pin DMX input and corresponding output are located next to the display, as are the IEC sockets for the mains input and power output. The LED Flood Panel offers ten pre-programmed light shows, music control, a master-slave mode, a strobe function and, last but not least, the option of mixing the colours of your choice.

A master of quick changes

The Stairville LED Flood Panel 150 40° RGB is ideal for clubs, bars and restaurants, artists and promoters on tour, and of course house parties. Thanks to its wide-angle beam, the floodlight can bathe entire walls or backgrounds in brightly coloured light, completely transforming their appearance. What is more, the unit takes up very little space and is simple to operate. To use the LED Flood Panel with the corresponding IR remote control, there must be a clear line of sight between the remote control and the front panel of the unit, since the sensor is located in its centre. When on tour, the sturdy metal housing provides good protection during transport. To instantly turn your living room into a party venue, simply position the unit on the floor and let its wide-area lighting do the rest – no installation required.

About Stairville

Since it was introduced in 1994, Thomann’s in-house brand Stairville has been a permanent fixture in the store’s product range. The brand primarily focuses on the field of stage lighting in general, and its products include spotlights, moving lights, and theatre lighting as well as smoke machines, electronic control systems, and every other accessory you can think of. Thomann constantly has around 1,600 Stairville products on offer, and the figures speak for themselves: Statistically, one in every fifteen Thomann customers owns at least one Stairville product. Incidentally, the name “Stairville” is also a catchy English translation of “Treppendorf”, the town that Thomann calls home.

The "light and soul" of the party

Celebrating your next birthday party at home? Then the Stairville LED Flood 150 40° RGB is all you need to quickly turn your living room into an oasis of colour that is guaranteed to make an impression. Simply place two or three floodlights on the floor and let them radiate an orange glow for an authentic sunset effect. If you are more design-oriented, you can connect the floodlights using DMX cables and assign them to a dedicated lighting console with a shared DMX address. During the course of the evening, new colours can be blended in, the rhythm of the programmed transformations changed, and the sensitivity of the built-in microphone modified to match the sound volume in the room when using the music control option.

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894 Reviews

More Versatile than I thought
Gerry720 14.03.2022
I have been using Stairville LED Par 56 cans for the last 12 years initially for a two piece group and for the last decade as a one man band. They were great, very affordable, but as I get older, a pain to lug around. The flat LED panel looked like a winner, but would they match the programming I've done with the Behringer LC2412 controller which drivges the lights via midi?
I called Thomann and they said they doubted it, but I decided to get one anyway to see for myself. The good news, they can be driven by the same controller without reprogramming every song, but making a 10 minute tweak ti the LC2412 setup. However, they are much brighter than the Par 56 and more focused.
Although I have no interest in using them as "standalone" fixtures, they have plenty of built in modes which I guess makes them pretty versatile depending on your needs. One way or another I am thrilled they are compatible with my existing setup and although they are just a little heavier than the Par 56 cans (.4 kg I think), they are much easier to pack and with the ability to daisy chain power, no need for too many plug boards to make them work.
I'll be buying at least three more in the coming weeks and will be looking for a new use for my good old LED Par 56 cans, maybe for uplights?
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Don't hesitate to buy these
Anonymous 15.11.2014
I'm in a three piece alt rock band. We knew we were going to be playing a dingy pub and wanted to make it look more exciting. There are loads of lights to choose from, but we didn't want to spend too much money on something that might not be right. Lighting bands is very different from setting up a disco. These lights seemed an excellent place to start in terms of price and also to see how it could all work.

We are really pleased with them. We've got three and will add a fourth. We use them on the sound setting, set to different sensitivies, and let them do their thing. A couple light the bassist and guitarist and the other (soon to be two) washes the wall behind the drums. This gives a great atmosphere.

The housings themselves are attractive and seem robust enough for low level gigging. There's also the three year guarantee for peace of mind. They are easy to program with the LED readout and i love the fact you can daisy chain the power leads, so you only need one spare socket. I don't think we'll ever get into dmx, but it's there if you need it.

I've also used them around the house for mood lighting, just on a slow fade. They're great and my wife loves them just for when she's composing at the piano.

In alll then, while probably not representing absolute cutting edge in terms of LED technology, they are fantastic value for money and I'd recommend them. It's also amazing to think that our lightshow including lights and cables packs into a sports holdall.


You simply cannot complain!!
Anonymous 17.11.2015
I have had these units for around 8 months now and they really are brilliant. I use them as uplighting for venues without any problems.
They come with a great bracket but also lie flat if you prefer as all the connetions are conveniently placed on the side.

So far I have only used them as stand alone uplighters as opposed to DMX but these panels truly are amazing for the money. They look the business when set up and you don't need a DMX controller to change the colour or even the shade of each colour. You can choose static colour or colour fade, they also have a strobe function and sound to light built in.

When linked as DMX even in Master/Slave mode I suspect that these would look awesome flashing away whilst the music is on, once the static uplighting purpose had been served at an event.

The only downside I can see is that as you would expect the white isn't great as it's a mixture of colours, but other than that it offers some really lovely colour mixes.

I wouldn't hesitate purchasing more of these in the blink of an eye, and they pay for themselves almost overnight!!


Low cost, High Value
Bowman 14.02.2020
I have to give these lights 5*.

I took a punt on getting a couple of these to add a bit of atmosphere to the live set up. These are great pieces of kit. They really add a lot of ambiance to gigs without being hard to set up or position.

They're pretty sturdy and heavier than some of the cheaper lights so they can take a little bit abuse without being worse for wear.

I've since bought more, including the power cable extenders and the remote to make it easier again to set up. I also use them for parties etc which is fun.

The comments saying it isn't bright enough are probably as a result of using it in a fairly bright room to begin with because when these are used in a lower light environment like a music venue they are very bright. Standing in front of one is blinding .

My only con is that the dimming buttons on the remote don't seem to work with the lights directly. However this is really the only issue I have and even then it's not a huge deal and I would still give them a 5*

Brilliant lights. Will probably buy more eventually
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