Elation launches Proteus Excalibur
Wednesday, 22 December 2021
proteus-excaliburThe newest member in Elation’s Proteus range of IP65 automated fixtures
USA - The Proteus Excalibur from Elation Professional is a powerful IP65 beam moving head fixture. The newest member in Elation’s Proteus range of IP65 automated fixtures, Excalibur’s power, long throw beam and wide front aperture make it suitable for creating aerial light columns, sweeping beams, throws of CMY colour, and prismatic/air FX rivaling existing Xenon searchlights, says Elation.
“Capable of creating effects as magical as its legendary namesake, the Proteus Excalibur is ideally suited for theme parks, cruise ships, outdoor special events, large-scale shows and concerts, or any situation where a massive beam or very powerful prism and flower effects are required.”
Excalibur is billed as ‘the brightest IP65 full-featured beam fixture ever created’, producing up to 200,000 lux at 20m (7,500 lux at 100m).
Rivaling existing Xenon searchlights and sky trackers, the Excalibur’s extremely narrow 0.8° beam ensures the fixture cuts effortlessly through the sky and is visible at great distances. The intense beam projects from an ultra-wide 260mm front lens as a massive column of solid, attention-grabbing light, a towering beacon that is impossible to miss.
A wide array of gobos and prism overlays allow for a large variety of dynamic sky animations. The upcoming integrated sky animation system allows the Excalibur to operate impressive aerial shows without needing an external DMX controller.
The Excalibur offers full CMY colour mixing plus 14 dichroic colours including CTO and UV.
The Proteus Excalibur uses Philips’ efficient FLEX lamp technology for long lamp life, lower power consumption and reduced fixture maintenance.
The Excalibur supports DMX, RDM, Art-NET, and sACN protocols and is naturally outfitted with ‘all the professional features and IP65 connections that designers have come to expect from a Proteus luminaire’.

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