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Rogue R1 FX-B Features Five Moving Heads
The number of moving heads on the Rogue R1 FX-B can be counted on one hand, but it would take another hand, both feet and a lot more to count all of the stunning looks that can be created with the latest addition to Chuvet Professional’s popular Rogue series. With its five individually controlled pixel mappable 15 Watt RGBW LEDs, strikingly fast movements, and infinitely variable pan and tilt options, the new Rogue can create an endless variety of high impact looks.
Capable of producing stunning sweeps across a stage or dance floor and mesmerising crossing patterns, the compact fixture can also deliver crisp well-defined aerial effects thanks in part to its 7⁰ beam angle. With an illuminance of 5,361 lux at five metres, any look created with the fixture will be bright and intense.
“The Rogue R1 FX-B opens up a wide array of creative possibilities for designers at clubs, on tour and in a variety of other applications,” said Albert Chauvet, CEO of Chauvet. “This is a fixture that will add a great deal of versatility to any rig, but at the same time it’s affordable and draws very little power.”
Packed with a plethora of performance features, the Rogue R1 FX-B has 16-bit dimming of the master dimmer, as well as individual colors for smooth control of fades. Built-in colour macros add even more options to the lighting designer’s creative toolbox. For even greater creative possibilities in pixel mapping, the fixture can be used in a dual mode allowing the pixels to be operated by a separate controller from the rest of the functions.
Control of the Rogue R1 FX-B can be achieved via DMX, Art-Net, sACN or Kling-Net. The fixture also offers the LED advantages of long lamp life (50,000 hours) and low heat generation. Thanks to its quiet operation, it is also ideal in applications where noise is an issue. Although compact – measuring 640 x 179 x 247mm and weighing 11kg, the new Rogue is also rugged, making it likely to turn up on tours in venues of all sizes.
22nd June 2016
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