-1 The Brain Wave Lab TriColour 

The TriColour hardware models SBL1, SBL2, SBL3 and SBL4 and SMD Bi-Led models do have special LEDs to generate three different Colors (Red, Green and Yellow). These Colors can be set by software control.

From the year 2001, only TriColour models are delivered unless differently ordered.
Each lens is equipped with 4 SMD High Efficiency BiColor LEDs. One pair of goggles consumes at maximum brightness 0.5 Amp. A compact International adapter (1A) is delivered with the set.


BWL 2002 TriColour Model

From the year 2002, the Ultra High Power TriColour models are delivered.
This model has for each lens a super power Red and a Green LED of 5mm. Because the light of the two LEDs get mixed by projection onto/into the eye, this gives the same results as with the previous models. The light efficiency of this model is approx. 20.000 Mcd which is extremely high. With the International adapter (100...240V AC 50/60Hz). You can set the all over brightness range at 4 different levels (Ladies, Men, High and Tuff).


One gains the control over the Red and Green register of the TriColour LEDs to create the color spectrum between Red and Green.



The software has 2 LED Frequency generators. For the TriColour this means: one generator for the Red register and one for the Green register of the TriColour LEDs. The left part of the Led-menu is for the Red register and the Right part for the Green register. If one selects the Right or Left Sync-mode, both Red and Green will be controlled by only one LED Frequency generator. The Brightness still can be set separately for both Colors to set the Color mixture.



Hence that for example the setting: 1/1 - 2/2 - 3/3 - 4/4 all result in a yellow Color with respect to the brightness that is determined by these variations.


Hemi Sync-mode
When using the Hemi sync-mode, both Red and Green have their own LED Frequency generator (Lpreset). You can set the Red flashing of the LED to a different rate than the Green one. At the overlap of the Red and Green, the LEDs will generate Yellow.


When setting both Frequencies the same and having different Pulse Width parameters set, one can create a Color change within each cycle. One also can have the LEDs toggling between Green and Yellow instead of switching On/Off.


The demo files illustrate a wide range of effects, both created by setting different Frequencies or different Pulse Width parameters. If one sets a different Frequency for the Red and Green register, the result can look like is displayed below.