Elation Professional releases Fuze MAX


April 6, 2022

Elation Professional has started shipping the new full-spectrum Fuze Max LED luminaire this week.

Available in Spot and Profile framing versions, full-spectrum LED moving heads offer versatility and rivals 1kW/1.2kW class discharge fixtures.

Available in Spot and Profile framing versions, the Fuze MAX has been designed for precision lighting applications such as theatre, broadcast and houses of worship where a wider chromatic spectrum (including dynamic whites) and high-quality is required.

Both models have automated LED moving heads, offer full-spectrum performance from a 92 CRI engine that utilises an 800W five-colour homogenised LED array of Red, Green, Blue, Mint, and Amber sources.

This LED engine produces fully blended colours across a wide breadth of the colour spectrum like rich saturates and vibrant primary colours, along with pure whites. The addition of Amber and Mint emitters has extended the possible range of colours, including warmer tones, whites and pastels. Colours blend with natural transitions without colour fringing. The LEDs ensure colour reproduction while delivering an output of over 21,000 total fixture lumens.

The Fuze MAX uses high-quality optics for crisp projections, and dimming of the LED engine has a variable 16-bit dimming curve modes available to suit most projects’ needs. Both the Fuze MAX Spot and Fuze MAX Profile house a motorised zoom that can adjust the beam angle from a tight 7° to 53° wide and shipped with an included snoot attachment to position the beam more precisely. The Fuze MAX Profile houses a full blackout framing system with four rotating blades and +/- 60° indexing for full control of the beam shape when required.

Designers have access to a comprehensive FX package that includes 19 gobos across three gobo wheels in the Fuze MAX Spot and 13 gobos across two gobo wheels in the Fuze MAX Profile. Both fixtures offer rotating and fixed glass gobos, ideal for aerials, textures or breakups, and an animation wheel can also be engaged to bring graphics to life. Effects can be multiplied via dual prisms (four-facet round and linear) and a dual variable frost filter (Medium/Wash) can be employed when designers wish to diffuse the light for softer gobo or wash effects. A motorised iris and high-speed electronic shutter and strobe can be engaged for further impression.

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