Professional Lighting & Production - Winter 2017 - Page 48

Blizzard G-Mix 200 CMY Moving Head Blizzard Lighting has released the G-Mix 200 CMY moving head. The fixture combines a sharp white beam together with the rich colour transitions of CMY colour mixing. The G-Mix 200 is powered by a 200-W OSRAM white LED engine that gives an extra punchy beam and has a 20,000- hour operation life expectancy. No relamping should be needed for the entire life of the fixture. Smooth colour transition and vibrant fixed colours can be applied from the G-Mix 200’s system of three colour wheels and rotating or static gobos can be added for projections and mid-air effects. Its smooth linear zoom can go from 42 de- grees down to 5 degrees to produce a piercing beam that can be trimmed with its fast stepless iris. It also features variable frost to create a gentle wash-like output or dynamic background projections. For more information, contact AVL Media Group: 514-400-0110, FAX 514-457-0575,, Chauvet Maverick MK2 Profile Chauvet Professional has introduced the Maverick MK2 Profile. The first profile light in the Maverick series, the 440-W LED moving yoke fixture has been designed to perform a wide variety of functions in theatrical, house of worship, touring, and event applications. With an illuminance of up to 14,981 lux at 5 m and a zoom angle of 14 to 36 degrees, the fixture has the output needed for large ven- ues and the ability to produce a range of beam sizes. Featuring a four-blade framing shutter system with rotation and dual axis movement for each shutter, the Maverick MK2 Profile allows users to precisely shape and size beams. The fixture’s iris, three-facet motorized rotating prism, and motorized frost provide added beam control. The Maverick MK2 Profile also features 16-bit master dimming for smooth control of fades, a 3:1 motorized zoom, a colour temperature of 5883 K (at full), a CRI of 90, electronic dimmer, a pan and tilt of 540/270 degrees, and selectable PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) for flicker-free operation. For more information, contact Erikson Pro: 514-457-2555, FAX 514-457-0055,, 48 | Winter 2017 Clay Paky Axcor Profile 900 Spotlight Clay Paky has released the Axcor Profile 900. It is the first Clay Paky spotlight to use an LED light source instead of a traditional discharge lamp. Clay Paky has chosen to use a white LED engine with high luminous efficiency, total power of about 900 W, and luminous flux of 46,000 lumens (24,000-lumen output), and couple it with a system of dichroic filters to create the colours. The Axcor Profile 900 features a CMY colour mixing system with gradual-insertion filters, supported by a linear CTO correction device. The transition from one colour to another is designed to be smooth. Six pro- fessional-use colour filters are available on a separate wheel: dark red, bright blue, green, golden amber, navy blue, and a custom- designed filter to enhance the CRI. The Axcor Profile 900 also features six interchangeable high-definition rotating gobos, an animation wheel, a four-facet rotating prism, a 16-bit electronic dimmer, two levels of variable frost filters that simu- late a wash effect, and an iris with multiple built-in macros. For more information, contact A.C.T. Lighting: 844-996-0884, FAX 416-628-8406,,