Created on the Arri M18 Daylight 1800w (with Barndoors & Wire Sets)
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The M18 is an 1800W open-face ARRIMAX style lamp-head, combining the Academy Scientific and Engineering Award-winning lens-less optical technology of the ARRIMAX with the innovative True Blue design.
The result is an exciting new class of HMI, as small as a 1200W PAR but with a 70% higher light-output. The use of an 1800W lamp is made possible by the patented True Blue Cross cooling* system, which maintains airflow at any tilt angle. This keeps all parts of the fixture within safe working limits.
The M18 uses barn-doors made from a high strength alloy that is less susceptible to bending. Other innovations include the stainless steel friction disc, which locks the lamp-head securely even when using the largest Chimera. Maintenance and repairs are easier with fast, simple access to all internal components. For outdoor use the M18’s IP23-rated weather resistance withstands even driven rain.
In offices and domestic situations, the M18 requires no generator. Drawing less than 13A from a 230V supply, it can run on most domestic sockets in 230V countries. It is the perfect HMI to keep’in the back of the car’.
The M-Series M18 fixture is adjustable from 20° to 60° without requiring spreader lenses.