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Lighting to the Max

Lighting to the Max
Proteus Maximus

Lighting to the Max

Proteus Maximus has a 180mm front lens

The IP65-rated Proteus Maximus from Elation is a 50,000-lumen wash/beam and profile LED luminaire with a 950W, 6,500K LED engine and a 180mm front lens. The package comes with six rotating and seven fixed glass gobos, a full animation wheel, dual prisms, dual frost and a high-speed iris. The indexable framing system reportedly provides full blackout shutter cuts for accurate beam shape control, while the fast zoom ranges from 5.5–55°.

Elation has also added three new Fuze fixtures to its catalogue. Fuze Spot, Fuze Profile and Fuze Profile CW are LED moving heads. Fuze Spot and Fuze Profile house a 92 CRI engine that uses a five-colour homogenised LED array of red, green, blue, mint and amber sources. The LEDs deliver over 9,000 lumens and incorporate virtual colour temperature, magenta/green adjustment plus colour gel emulation. Described as compact, quiet and lightweight, both fixtures house a 7–46° zoom, dual gobo wheels, an animation wheel, frost, prism and iris. The Fuze Profile CW has a 91 CRI 380W LED engine and an output reportedly exceeding 12,000 lumens. It also has a 7–46° zoom alongside a rotating gobo wheel of breakups, two colour wheels featuring solid colours and correction features, and an iris.

Paladin Panel, Brick and Cube
Paladin Panel, Brick and Cube

The Paladin series also has new members. Paladin Cube, Paladin Brick and Paladin Panel all have IP65 protection and use 15W RGBW cells – 9, 24 and 50, respectively. The lights can be used from either a floor or truss position and incorporate individual cell control and strobe.

Finally, the Dylos pixel compressor is based on a full 3D environment and DirectX graphics processing. The first preview of the engine allows users to examine how Obsidian envisions the integration of fixture, media and pixel control into the Onyx platform.

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