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Chauvet adds to Maverick series

Chauvet adds to Maverick series
Maverick MK3 Profile

Chauvet adds to Maverick series

The MK3 Profile incorporates a four-blade shutter frame system with a full blackout

Chauvet has added to its Maverick series. The Maverick MK3 Profile and MK3 Spot feature an output of more than 51,000 source lumens. The LED optics include CMY and CTO colour mixing, a 9:1 zoom ratio and an adjustable CRI from 73 to 93. Both lights include an animation wheel, two independent and overlapping prisms and two frost options (superlight and medium). The MK3 Profile incorporates a four-blade shutter frame system with a full blackout, 120° rotation and two gobo wheels (one rotating, one static). The MK3 Spot comes with three gobo wheels (two rotating, one static). In terms of weight and dimensions, Chauvet reports that the products are ‘lighter and more compact than any luminaire with a comparable output’. Both fixtures have a 6–54° zoom angle.

The Maverick Storm 1 Wash has become the first IP65-rated RGBW Osram LED moving head to join the Maverick series. Featuring a compact and rugged die-cast aluminium housing built with marine-grade stainless steel screws, it has an output of over 6,000 lumens and offers pixel-mapping effects and a virtual gobo wheel. The RDM-enabled unit features 16-bit dimming and can be controlled via DMX, W-DMX, sACN and Art-Net.

The Rogue R1 FX-B is ‘shaking things up, five times over,’ according to the manufacturer. It is said to have an infinite rotation of both pan and tilt from its five individually controlled heads, powered by five pixel-mappable 15W RGBW LEDs. Other features include 16-bit dimming of the master dimmer; built-in colour and tilt macros; continuous movement of pan and tilt functions; and a 7° beam angle and 11° field angle. Control is achieved with DMX, Art-Net, sACN or Kling-Net.

COLORado Solo Batten
COLORado Solo Batten

Chauvet has also expanded its COLORado range with the COLORado Solo Batten, which projects a single homogenised wash with smooth colour mixing, giving it the appearance of a bright single bar of light without round ‘eyes’ or pixels. It is engineered with 12 square sections that can be controlled individually, appear together without separation and create a variety of colour control and pixel-mapping effects. The unit is IP65-rated and equipped with DMX and RDM protocols.

Lastly, COLORado Solo Batten 4 is an RGBAW four-cell LED batten with end-to-end colour mixing. It has four homogenised, individually controlled square sections that reportedly project smooth colour mixing without separation or dimmed lens corners. The fixture is IP65-rated and can be used as a wash or for pixel-mapping effects. It includes IP-rated power, DMX and Ethernet connections, as well as a large, password-protected display.

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