MAX

Multi-function Moving Head suitable for every professional applications

MAX is a multi-purpose discharge moving head. Thanks to its specially developed high quality optical system, MAX projects perfectly focused gobos in a wide zoom range.
MAX features also the revolutionary ‘FPR’ system for an unlimited Pan rotation. MAX is compact and lightweight, easy to install and suitable for the whole range of top applications.
MAX employs a 330 W MSD PLATINUM LAMP and it is the perfect replacement for 575/700 MSR with the newest technologies.

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Description

• Lamp: Philips MSD PLATINUM 16R 330 W
(16,000 Lumens)
_ Color temperature: 8000K
_ Remote lamp On-Off
_ Average lamp life: 1,500 hrs

• Improved optical group made with
11 coated lenses + dichroic glass reflector
100,000 Lux at 5 m
• 16-bit motorized wide-excursion linear zoom
• Beam opening:
_ 2° – 37° (Beam-Spot mode)
_ 10° – 60° (Wash mode)
• 16-bit motorized linear focus
• Motorized Iris
• Linear dimmer / shutter / strobe
(0.85 flash/sec to 10 flash/sec)
• Frost filter

• Linear CMY + CTO
• Color wheel (17 colors) with linear selection for perfect 2-color beams

• Overlapping wheel for multiple effects:
_ Customizable rotating gobo wheel
(8 gobos + Open)
_ Customizable fixed gobo wheel (10 gobos)
• Animation Wheel
• 4-facet rotating prism

• Li-Fe backup battery for controlling the main
parameters even when MAX is not powered

• LCD graphic display + 4 soft-keys
(control / management of the main parameters)

• Controlled via DMX 512 and RDM standard
digital communication protocols

• Internal operating system updatable via DTS
dongle firmware uploader

33 DMX channels (default) or 24 DMX channels

• ‘FPR’ system (DTS patent)
• Pan: limitless rotation, in both directions
• Tilt 240°
• Tri-phase stepper motor
• Technology for ultra-fast silent movements
• 16-bit resolution
• Selectable speed ranges
• Pan / Tilt lock

• Electronic full-range 100-240Vac 50-60 Hz
• Power consumption: 450 W with PFC
• Power saving mode (the lamp dims to 80%
after shutter closure)