Maverick MK1 Hybrid

Maverick MK1 Hybrid puts a world of options at your fingertips with advanced optics, overlapping 8 and 4-facet prisms, a versatile gobo package, a 3º – 18º zoom range in spot mode and 19º – 41º in wash mode, and a robust CMY color system. Powered by a 440 W Osram Sirius reflector lamp, this supercharged hybrid awaits your command to dazzle with stunning output and effects. Choose from DMX, sACN, Art-Net, or W-DMX for control.


At a Glance

  • Fully featured, high powered Spot/Beam combination fixture with CMY color mixing and overlapping prisms

  • Fast and precise movement of Pan and Tilt functions

  • Variable CMY color mixing and static colors to create a wide range of color options

  • Individually controllable and overlappable 8 and 4-facet prisms

  • Frost and beam flattening options for even light distribution

  • Zoom angle of 3° to 18° in spot mode and 19° to 41°in wash mode for multiple coverage options

  • Tight 1° beam for extremely focused aerial effects

  • 6 rotating and 18 static gobos for massive visual impact

  • DMX , W-DMX, sACN, and Art-Net for full flexibility of control options

  • True 1 compatible power input

  • Battery backup display with auto-rotate depending on fixture orientation

  • Three setup menu presets and preset sync for cross loading to multiple like fixtures for easy shop setup

Specifications

Optical

  • Light Source: Osram Sirius HRI 440W lamp, 7000 K (Color Temp), 1,500 hours life expectancy
  • Color Temperature (at full): 6207 K
  • Front Lens diameter: 174 mm
  • Beam Angle: 1° to 6° (Spot mode)
  • Field Angle: 3° to 18° (Spot mode)
  • Beam Angle: 1° (Beam mode)
  • Field Angle: 2° (Beam mode)
  • Beam Angle: 9° to 22° (Wash mode)
  • Field Angle: 19° to 41° (Wash mode)
  • Zoom Angle (Spot mode): 3° to 18°
  • Zoom Angle (Wash mode): 19° to 41°
  • Lumens - Source: 22,000
  • Lumens - Output: 15,500
  • Illuminance (2°): 212,100 lux @ 15 m
  • Illuminance (3°): 123,200 lux @ 15 m
  • Illuminance (18°): 25,800 lux @ 5 m
  • Illuminance (19°): 16,000 lux @ 5 m
  • Illuminance (41°) : 2,235 lux @ 5 m

Dynamic Effects

  • Pan and Tilt: 540°/270°
  • Pan and Tilt Ranges: 540°, 360°, 180° pan/270°, 180°, 90° tilt
  • Colors: 15 + white, split colors
  • Colors: CMY flags, CTO
  • Gobos (1): 6 + open (6 glass), rotating, interchangeable, indexing, slot-n-lock, continuous scroll at variable speeds
  • Gobos (2): 18 + open (18 metal), continuous scroll at variable speeds
  • Gobo Size: Gobo Wheel 1 (rotating): 22 mm (outside), 13 mm (image), 1.1 mm (max. thickness)
  • Effect Wheel: 1 effect
  • Framing Shutters: No
  • Dimmer: Motorized
  • Shutter/Strobe: Motorized
  • Zoom: Motorized
  • Focus: Motorized
  • Frost: Motorized
  • Prism (1): 4 Facets, motorized, rotating
  • Prism (2): 8 Facets, motorized, rotating
  • Move-in-Black: Yes

Construction / Physical

  • Dimensions: 15.51 x 12.09 x 24.76 in (394 x 307 x 629 mm)
  • Weight: 66.7 lb (30.3 kg)
  • Exterior Color: Black
  • Housing Material: High-impact flame-retardant polymer

Connections

  • Power Connection: Bare End to Seetronic Powerkon IP65
  • Power Input: Seetronic Powerkon IP65
  • Data Connectors: 3- and 5-pin XLR
  • Cable Length (power): 5 ft (1.5 m)

Control

  • Control Protocol: Art-Net, DMX, W-DMX, sACN
  • DMX Channels: 27 or 30
  • Art-Net Channels: 27 or 30
  • Modes/Personalities: 2 personalities (27, 30)

Electrical

  • Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
  • Power and Current: 670 W, 5.45 A @ 120 V, 60 Hz
  • Power and Current: 648 W, 3.12 A @ 208 V, 60 Hz
  • Power and Current: 651 W, 2.81 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz

Certifications / Qualifications

  • CE, MET
  • IP Rating: IP20, dry location
  • Temperature (Ambient): -4 °F to 113 °F (-20 °C to 45 °C)

What's Included

Optional Accessories

Downloads

 Maverick MK1 Hybrid Quick Reference Guide
 Maverick MK1 Hybrid User Manual
 Maverick MK1 Hybrid DMX Chart
 Maverick MK1 Hybrid ShowXpress
 Maverick MK1 Hybrid CAD File
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