LaserCube – World’s Smallest Laser Show Projector

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IEC/FDA compliant

EU DoC / RoHS / IEC

LaserCube is conforms with all IEC laser safety regulations, making it legal to import and use professionally in every country. Order your FDA-compliant LaserCube from X-Laser.

We guarantee delivery to every country in the world or we’ll send a complete refund including shipping.

It’s our mission to ensure that Wicked Lasers customer is a customer for life.

30 Days Money Back

We want you to be fully satisfied with every item from Wicked Lasers.

You can return the LaserCube device you bought from www.laseros.com within 30 calendar days after the day you received it in accordance with our Return Policy.

1 Year warranty

We guarantee your LaserCube will be free from defects for a full year from the date of receipt. In case of defect, we will send a replacement part or repair/replace your LaserCube free of charge. After one year, service and replacement parts will be available for a fee. Extended warranties are available to purchase here.

Lasercube Engineered in UK
  • Overview
  • Connectivity
  • Versatility
  • Safety
  • Overview

The LaserCube is a fully featured laser lightshow contained within an ultra-compact chassis. This versatile, fully portable laser projector is compatible with the free LaserOS app (Windows, Mac, Android and iOS) as well as industry-leading software platforms such as MadMapper and Touchdesigner via the API. The LaserCube can fulfil the needs of every user, from the party host looking to take their social events to new heights with our 1.2W WiFi, to professional DJs working clubs and events with our 2.5W Ultra, and now even arenas and stadia with the phenomenal brightness of the all-new 7.5W Ultra.

The LaserCube is a fully featured laser lightshow contained within an ultra-compact chassis. This versatile, fully portable laser projector is compatible with the free LaserOS app (Windows, Mac, Android and iOS) as well as industry-leading software platforms such as MadMapper and Touchdesigner via the API.

  • Connectivity

Our LaserCube is a quantum leap forward in the field of laser displays, no longer are you tied to a large, cumbersome module that needs to be hard wired to a controller, all LaserCubes share the ability to connect via a wired or wireless connection. Just connect to the network, open the LaserOS app on your phone or laptop and you’re all ready to go. Our LaserCube Ultra models also support a pair of industry standard ILDA ports, for connecting to dedicated laser controllers and for linking multiple lasers in series, allowing for more versatility and expansion possibilities.

LaserCubes can connect via a wired or wireless connection. Just connect to the network, open the LaserOS app on your phone or laptop and you’re all ready to go. Our LaserCube Ultra models also support a pair of industry standard ILDA ports, for connecting to dedicated laser controllers and for linking multiple lasers in series.

  • Versatility

Our LaserCubes go far beyond what you would expect from a simple laser light show. With our own LaserOS software suite you instantly have access to a vast library of effects, visualizers, and animations, ensuring that whether you are a seasoned expert that wants to fine-tune an entire stage show, or a novice that wants a simple click-n-go experience, you can achieve spectacular results every time. However, LaserOS goes several steps further, adding playable games, preprogrammed laser shows, laser drawing, and even long-exposure laser painting, demonstrating the incredible versatility of the LaserCube.

The bundled LaserOS software suite gives access to a vast library of effects, visualizers, and animations. LaserOS even goes several steps further, adding playable games, preprogrammed laser shows, laser drawing, and even long-exposure laser painting, demonstrating the incredible versatility of the LaserCube.

  • Safety

Our LaserCubes comply with all industry regulations regarding laser safety, and every unit incorporates multiple features to prevent accidental activation and exposure. A security interlock allows the LaserCube to be completely disabled when removed, a key lock ensures that only authorised users can enable the system, and an aperture shutter be used to can block laser emissions entirely, or restrict the aperture size to limit the field of exposure.

Our LaserCubes comply with all industry regulations regarding laser safety, and every unit incorporates multiple features to prevent accidental activation and exposure. A key lock and interlock ensures that only authorised users can enable the system, and an aperture shutter be used to can block or restrict laser emissions.

What’s inside the Box?

LaserCube LaserCube LaserCube

LaserCube

Power Adapter

Power Adapter

Ethernet Cable

Ethernet Cable

Security Loop

Security Loop

Spare keys

Spare Keys

USB-C adapter

USB-C Adapter

Interlock

Interlock

Clamp Adapter

Clamp Adapter

LaserCube LaserCube LaserCube

LaserCube

Carrying Case

Carrying Case

Power Adapter

Power Adapter

Ethernet Cable

Ethernet Cable

Security Loop

Security Loop

Tripod

Tripod

Spare keys

Spare Keys

USB-C adapter

USB-C Adapter

Interlock

Interlock

Clamp Adapter

Clamp Adapter

LaserCube LaserCube LaserCube

LaserCube

Optics Kit

Optics Kit

Carrying Case

Carrying Case

Power Adapter

Power Adapter

Ethernet Cable

Ethernet Cable

Security Loop

Security Loop

Rain Cover

Rain Cover

Tripod

Tripod

Spare keys

Spare Keys

USB-C adapter

USB-C Adapter

Interlock

Interlock

Clamp Adapter

Clamp Adapter

Meet the family.

LaserCube Ultra

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15cm x 15.5cm

Maximum brightness and battery life.

LaserCube WiFi

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11cm x 10cm

Maximum portability and versatility.

  • 7.5W Ultra
  • 2.5W Ultra
  • 2.5W WiFi
  • 1.2W WiFi

Technical Specifications

Designed in the UK.

Class 4 Laser Product
Avoid eye or skin exposure to direct or scattered laser light

Which LaserCube is right for you?

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7.5W Ultra 2.5W Ultra 2.5W WiFi 1.2W WiFi
Simple setup in under 5 minutesSimple setup
in under
5 minutes
Thousands of visuals and effects
Free software and firmware updates
Compatible with your Mac, PC, tablet or phoneWorks with Mac, PC, iOS & Android
Comprehensive warranty 12mo 12mo 12mo 12mo
Laser diode power 7.5W 2.5W 2.5W 1.2W
Upgraded scanners for improved graphicsUpgraded scanners for laser graphics
Unlimited possibilities with dual ILDA portsUnlimited possibilities with ILDA ports
Upgraded laser diodes for maximum powerUpgraded diodes for maximum power
Enhanced cooling for all-day operation
Ultra large capacity battery
Price €2499 €1799 €1299 €999
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Let’s Answer Your Questions

What is the shipping policy?

LaserCube ships from Hong Kong using DHL or Fedex express courier. It typically takes 1-2 weeks for delivery. All tariffs and customs duties are the responsibility of the recipient. During checkout, there is an option to set a lower customs declaration price.

What is the warranty and return policy?

We guarantee your LaserCube will be free from defects for a full year from the date of receipt. In case of defect, we will send a replacement part or repair/replace your LaserCube free of charge. We offer a 2 and 3-year extended warranty program that includes accidental damage. Our service center is located in the United Kingdom. We offer a 30 day return policy.

Is the LaserCube legal in my country?

Is the LaserCube legal?

The LaserCube fully complies with IEC 60825-1 Laser Safety Regulations which applies for every country in the world. An FDA-compliant LaserCube plus variance is available from X-Laser. We guaranteed worldwide delivery to your country or a full refund.

What is the difference in the Ultra scanners compared to the WiFi Cubes?

The Ultra features an upgraded AT-40S scanning system which is specced at 35k pps @ 7 degrees. The 1.2W / 2.5W WiFi scanners are AT-25S which are specced at 25k pps @ 6 degrees. The Ultra scanners will perform much better and at wider beam angles when the projection zoom is increased.

What is the difference between 2.5W Ultra and 2.5W WiFi?

The Ultra has upgraded wide-angle scanners, double the battery capacity (92Wh), improved thermals to prevent overheating, and a quieter fan system.

What is the difference between AT-25K, AT-35S, AT-40S scanners?

Higher speed scanners result in smoother graphics. The entry level AT-25K (25k @ 6 deg) provides enough graphical ability for new users yet has surprising performance for the size. The AT-40S is an energy efficient galvo custom-designed for the Ultra Series. The AT-40S (35k @ 7 deg) has a larger scan angle compared to AT-35S (35k @ 6 deg). Scanner differences can be more noticeable with 3rd-party compatible software such as TouchDesigner, MadMapper, LaserShowGen, Modulaser or ILDA-compatible hardware such as Radiator and Moncha. LaserOS content is optimized for 30K scanners, which means the differences will be subtle between 25K and 35K scanners.

What’s the difference between 1.2W, 2.5W, 7.5W?

The 2.5W is 2.5x as bright as the 1.2W in lumens. The 2.5W has better color accuracy and white balance. The 7.5W is 3.0x as bright as the 2.5W in lumens. The 1.2W is suitable for home-use, the 2.5W is suitable for small to medium venues, and the 7.5W is suitable for medium to large venues.
Watch the comparison video.

Is the DJX and STAGE Combo worth it?

Are DJX / STAGE Combos worth it?

For a small additional cost, the DJX and STAGE Combos includes some must-have LaserCube accessories that will make your experience easier and more enjoyable. Purchasing the DJX and STAGE Combo is significantly cheaper than purchasing these accessories separately.

Does LaserCube have engraving and balloon popping modes?

For those who have used the LaserCube as a component part of a laser engraving system and who are able and willing to take ownership of the laser safety of the whole installation, the features are still supported. Please contact support@laseros.com to receive instructions on enabling these features.

Are the batteries replaceable?

The battery pack is user-replaceable. We offer replacement battery packs under warranty and post-warranty.
The batteries specs are (for 2.5W / 1.2W): 18650 (3400mAh / 2600mAh), 2S1P w/ PCM x 2 packs.

What is the duty cycle and temperature range of the LaserCube?

There is no duty cycle, you can run the laser indefinitely. Its recommended to turn the LaserCube off for one hour after running for 4 hours in order to maximize laser diode lifetime which is rated at 10,000 – 20,000 hours. You can operate the LaserCube anywhere between -10C to 45C. The LaserCube will automatically shutdown if maximum temperature is exceeded to prevent damage.

How do I import my own logos and create new animations?

Image files in SVG (recommended), PNG, JPG, BMP format can be uploaded automatically into LaserOS. You can create new SVG-based logos, animations, and tracings using Illustrator, Animate, Blender and Inkspace. Watch our tutorials.

What is the IP rating of LaserCube?

All LaserCube models are rated IP51. With Rain Cover on, its rated IP63. An IP63 rated product will be fully protected against dust and airborne particles whilst also be protected against water jets which would allow the machine to be washed down, while an IP51 rating offers dust protection (but not total) and protects against splashing of water but not wash-down.

Is the WiFi LaserCube compatible with 3rd party apps and APIs?

WiFi LaserCube is compatible with Touchdesigner, Modulaser and LSG. To learn more about our API visit our Github.

Do I need laser safety goggles, how do I reduce the power of the LaserCube?

No, you do not need laser safety goggles to view laser animations. You must use certified laser safety goggles when using the engraving and balloon popping features. Watch the laser safety video before using the engraving or pop features. There are a variety of things you can do to reduce power in LaserOS: Lower the master power setting, increase zoom for a larger surface area, and setup attenuation zones.

You can also reduce power by using optical accessories. These include: Expander (lowers power by 90%), ND8 safety lens (lowers power by 80%), diffraction lens and lumia lens. By using a combination of lens and software settings you can reduce power density to any level you desire.

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What’s Included

SOLO

DJX

STAGE

Lasercube

LaserCube

Lasercube

Power Adapter

Lasercube

Ethernet Cable

Lasercube

Security Loop

Lasercube

Spare keys

Lasercube

USB-C Adapter

Lasercube

Interlock

Lasercube

Clamp Adapter

Lasercube

Tripod

Lasercube

Carrying Case

Lasercube

Expander

Lasercube

Lens Kit (5pc)

Lasercube

Lumia Kit (3pc)

Lasercube

Rain Cover

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LaserCube

2.5W Pro

2.5W

1.2W

Power

2.5W

2.5W

1.2W

Scanners

35K

25K

25K

ILDA

Price

€1799

€1299

€999

Which LaserCube is right for you?

Which LaserCube is right for you?

7.5W Ultra 2.5W Ultra 2.5W WiFi 1.2W WiFi
Simple setup in under 5 minutesSimple setup
in under
5 minutes
Thousands of visuals and effects
Free software and firmware updates
Compatible with your Mac, PC, tablet or phoneWorks with Mac, PC, iOS & Android
Comprehensive warranty 12mo 12mo 12mo 12mo
Laser diode power 7.5W 2.5W 2.5W 1.2W
Upgraded scanners for improved graphicsUpgraded scanners for laser graphics
Unlimited possibilities with dual ILDA portsUnlimited possibilities with ILDA ports
Upgraded laser diodes for maximum powerUpgraded diodes for maximum power
Enhanced cooling for all-day operation
Ultra large capacity battery
Price €2499 €1799 €1299 €999
Not sure which model is for you? Speak to us on Whatsapp.

Compare Combos

SOLO DJX STAGE
Lasercube

Tripod

Lasercube

Carrying Case

Lasercube

Expander

Lasercube

Lens Kit (5pc)

Lasercube

Lumia Kit (3pc)

Lasercube

Rain Cover

Pure diode

All LaserCube models are completely equipped with diodes. Due to this the quality of the beam and the projector will be much higher than standard laser modules.
The advantages of a laser diode are: more stability, brighter output, better blanking, better reliability especially over time.

Scanners

Scanners (also called “galvos” or “galvanometers”) are computer-controlled electromagnetic devices that move mirrors mounted on the end of rotary shafts.
The mirror reflects the laser beam to “draw” images. Galvanometers are typically identified by their speed of operation, the speed at which they can draw points (measured in Kpps = kilo points per second), and the angle at which they achieve this speed. The faster the galvanometers, the smoother and more flicker-free the projected image. Each galvanometer moves the beam in one plane, either X axis or Y axis.

ILDA

ILDA ports are compatible with the ILDA standard that specifies the channels and pinout for the 25-pin D-SUB input connector. A DAC is needed to convert the digital control signal from the computer into analog signals that control the scanners in the laser projector. It works by sending an analog signal from your DAC hardware into the male DB-25, or also known as the ILDA IN port. There are a variety of DACs available in the market for hobbyists and professionals.

Modulation

Analog modulation means that the laser diodes can do more than just turn to 100% on or 100% off, and can emit laser at a large range of power levels. Analog-modulating diodes are the industry standard for galvanometer-based projectors, and while costing a little more than TTL diodes, analog diodes offer a much wider color palette than TTL systems. Analog modulation also allows you to fade the laser beams in and out, which gives you a lot more creative control for your show programming. Analog systems can create anywhere from dozens to thousands of possible colors, depending on the specifications of the system.

Beam Specs

The beam diameter refers to the diameter of the laser beam measured at the exit face of the laser housing. While laser beams are assumed to be collimated, they always diverge to a certain degree. The beam divergence defines how much the beam spreads out over increasing distance from the optical aperture.