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Martin Exterior Projection 1000

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The Exterior™ Projection 1000 is an unparalleled, powerful tool for permanent outdoor installations to integrate textures, patterns and graphics for limitless creative exterior lighting designs.

Sporting high impact and low maintenance, this advanced, IP66-rated LED projector offers sharp image quality, dynamic features and great reach over huge distances.

Flat-field, high-contrast image projection with wide zoom range
Fully weatherized with low maintenance and running
Full CMY color mixing for maximum creativity

Flat field, high contrast image projection based on high power LED engine
0-100% electronic dimming
Full CMY color mixing + additional color wheel with 7 interchangeable colors
7 gobo slots for projecting graphic images (gobos included)
Animation system for creating animated lighting effects (horizontal and vertical)
Zoom range from 10° - 44° for exact projection on desired surface
Variable frost for creating morphing effects and hybrid function as wash light
2 rotating prisms for creating abstract multi patterns
Intuitive setup, configuration and stand-alone programming via graphical OLED display
RDM and DMX control
Fully weatherized IP66 fixture for permanent outdoor installation
Fully convection cooling using heat pipes technology

Length: 702 mm (27.7 in.)
Width: 417 mm (16.5 in.)
Height: 618 mm (24.4 in.)
Weight: 50 kg (110 lbs.)
All figures include mounting yoke

Color mixing: CMY, independently variable 0 - 100%
Color wheel: 7 interchangeable colors + open
Gobo wheel: 7 rotating gobos plus open, indexing, variable rotation
Gobo animation wheel: Indexing, continuous rotation with variable angle, speed and direction
Zoom: 10° - 44° (cut-off angles)
Prism: Prism wheel with 2 interchangeable prisms, prism rotation and indexing
Frost filter: Motorized, variable
Dimming: Electronic, constantly variable 0-100%, 16-bit control
Shutter: Electronic, strobe and pulse effects, instant open and blackout
Focus: Motorized, variable 3 m (9.8 ft.) to infinity

Control options: DMX, RDM, standalone
Stand-alone control: Up to 20 scenes with global fade/hold times
Configuration, addressing and status: Onboard control panel with OLED display or via RDM
8-bit control: CMY, color selection, gobo selection, prism, frost, animation
16-bit control: Gobo indexing and rotation, zoom, focus and intensity
DMX channels: 20
DMX compliance: USITT DMX512-A
RDM compliance: ANSI/ESTA E1.20
Light source: 440 W white light LED engine
CRI (Color Rendering Index): 72
Color temperature: 6500 K (±250 K)
LED lifetime: 20,000 hours (to >70% luminous output)*
LED manufacturer: Appotronics
*Figure obtained under manufacturer's test conditions

Cut-off angle: 10° - 44°
Luminous intensity:
At 10° zoom: 11,500 lumens
At 16° zoom: 15,000 lumens
At 40° zoom: 16,800 lumens

Center Peak:
At 10° zoom: 731,000 cd
At 16° zoom: 311,000 cd
At 40° zoom: 42,000 cd

Housing: Cast aluminum
Finish: Hard anodized, white or metallic grey lacquered
Front glass: 5 mm (0.2 in.) anti-reflection coated tempered glass
Ingress protection: IP66
Impact resistance: IK08 (with control panel display cover plate installed)
Corrosion resistance: C5-M (very high corrosivity / marine, ISO 12944)
Vibration resistance: 1.0g, Sinusoidal (IEC 60068-2-6)
0,7g RMS Random (IEC 60068-2-64)
EPA (Effective Projected Area): 0.28m²

Suitable material: Metal or borosilicate glass, coatings heat-resistant to 450°C (842° F)
Gobo diameter: 30.0 mm +0/-0.3 mm (1.2 in. +0/-0.02 in.)
Maximum image diameter: 26 mm (1.02 in.)
Gobo thickness, minimum: 1.1 mm ±0.1 mm (0.045 ±0.004 in.)
Gobo thickness, maximum: 3.0 mm ±0.3 mm (0.118 in. ± 0.012 in.)*
*Gobos thicker than 2.5 mm require a shorter spring in the goboholder

Mounting: Adjustable yoke
Location: Suitable for wet locations. Do not immerse in water.
Orientation: Any (sides must be kept vertical)
Minimum distance to illuminated surfaces: 0.5 m (20 in.)

Power cable entry: IP66 cable gland
Power connection: 1.8 m (5.9 ft.) cable tail with bare ends
Power cable type: EU models: H07RN-F 450/700V, Ø10 mm
US models: SJTW 14AWG, 300V, Ø9.3 mm
Data cable entry: IP66 cable gland
Data connection: 1.8 m (5.9 ft.) combined input + output cable tail with bare ends

This is the most common question we're asked and you're certainly not alone in not knowing which to choose. Metal and Glass Gobos have their own advantages and disadvantages and the choice will really depend the design and the lantern you wish to project from. In many cases your lantern manufacturer will recommend a gobo material, so if unsure then please check with them or speak to a member of our team.

Metal Gobos
Patterns are etched from metal sheets to produce a stencil. Any 'islands' of metal are held in place with fine lines which may show in projection. Metal is cost effective and good for simple black & white designs. If you need to move the gobo from fixture to fixture or travel on the road with it, then it offers a pretty durable solution and will last the course. If you need to project something simple or as a one off then metal provides a cost effective solution.

Glass Gobos - Most Popular!
Images are created by etching away the metal or dichroic coating on the glass allowing for high resolution images, including greyscale and multi-colour. Glass Gobos are suitable for more detailed patterns, coloured logos and photographic images. They are recommended for long term use & the glass is able to withstand high temperatures in your lantern when handled correctly.

Can’t find your lantern manufacturer or model in the list?
Not sure what the details are of the lantern/light you’re planning to use?
Which gobo material should I choose?
How long does it take to produce the gobo?
I’m in a rush! Can you get gobos to be quicker?
I’m not sure which gobo would be right, can you help?
Where are your gobos made?

Can’t find your lantern manufacturer or model in the list?
If you can’t find either your lantern manufacturer or model in the drop down lists above then please select ‘other’ from the manufacturer dropdown. This will then provide a simple text field where you can detail as much information you have about your lantern. Don’t worry about finding out the gobo size, we’ll contact the manufacturer directly if we don’t already have the size listed for your gobo.

Not sure what the details are of the lantern/light you’re planning to use?
In order to produce your gobo in the correct size we’ll need to know which fixture you plan on projecting the gobo from. If you can’t access the fixture at this time then try and take a photo and send it to our team at [email protected] for more info.

Which gobo material should I choose?
Please refer to the “Which Gobo Material” tab.

How long does it take to produce the gobo?
Stock gobos are typically made to order and shipped the same day (depending on the time of your order). Custom gobos can take a slightly longer in order to ready the artwork and get your proofs approved. Our standard shipping offering deliver next day.

I’m in a rush! Can you get gobos to be quicker?
YES! We understand industry requirements and are used to turning orders around very quickly. If you have specific requirements then get in touch with our team and we’ll sort it out for you. We don’t charge a penny more...

I’m not sure which gobo would be right, can you help?
We sure can. Our staff are experts in gobo projection and we’ve pretty much seen it all done! If you’re looking for any advice when it comes to gobo projection then please get in touch.

Where are your gobos made?
We’re the leading dealer in the UK for Rosco products. All of our gobos are produced directly in the state of the art facility at Rosco in London & Texas. Rosco supports our vision of supplying the highest quality gobos by using the best materials and latest manufacturing technology, so we’ve become great partners.