RUSH MH 11 Beam

High output discharge-based beam moving head

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The Martin RUSH MH 11 Beam is a high-intensity beam moving head designed for high end installations and rental applications. The RUSH MH 11 Beam utilizes the same 250W Platinum 11R lamp found in the Martin RUSH MH 7 Hybrid, but with refined beam optics that provide excellent intensity and sharp mid-air effects in a beam-only fixture. It also shares the same color temperature and palette with the RUSH MH 7 and MAC Axiom, for excellent color matching in a cost-effective beam-only fixture.

The high-intensity lamp combined with class-leading optics in the MH 11 allows the fixture to achieve sharp, high-output beam effects with a super-tight 2.6 degree beam angle. The fixture can produce a range of complex and precise mid-air looks utilizing 8 rotating and indexing gobos and an 8-facet prism. The fixture has 13 selectable colors and frost and motorized focus.

The fixture is a perfect fit for high-end live venue installations such as nightlife, houses of worship, and cruise ships. It also features a rugged industrial design for use in touring applications where Martin RUSH MH 7 and MAC Axiom fixtures are used.

  • Best-in-class optics for longer reach and greater impact
  • Feature-packed with a wealth of effects
  • Sturdy design built for the road

Features

  • Powerful 250 W Philips Platinum 11R lamp
  • Super tight 2.6° beam angle
  • 8 rotating & indexing gobos
  • Ultra sharp, narrow long-throw beam
  • Mid-air effects
  • 10 selectable colors + CTO, CTB, UV
  • Frost effect
  • 8-facet circular prism
  • Motorized focus
  • 3 + 5 pin XLR DMX connection
  • Neutrik TRUE 1 in and thru socket
  • Compact size—L: 364 x W: 305 x H: 581 mm / L: 14.3 x W: 12.0 x H: 22.9  in
  • Low weight—19.5 kg/43 lbs.

 

Specifications

  • Physical Length: 364 mm (14.4 in.) Width: 305 mm (12.0 in.) Height: 581 mm (22.9 in.) Weight: 19.5 kg (43 lbs.)
    Dynamic Effects Electronic shutter effect: Strobe effect, pulse effects, instant open and blackout Color wheel: 13 colors (incl. CTO and UV) + open, rotation with variable direction and speed Rotating gobo wheel: 8 gobos + open, wheel rotation, gobo indexing, rotation and shake Focus: Motorized, 16-bit coarse and fine control Prism: 8-facet circular, indexing, rotation with variable direction and speed Pan: 660° Tilt: 250° Pan and tilt speed: Adjustable via onboard control panel and DMX Dimming: 0-100%, coarse and fine control Frost
    Control and Programming Control options: DMX, stand-alone, RDM Setting and addressing: Control panel with backlit LCD display DMX channels: 18 DMX compliance: USITT DMX512/1990 RDM compliance: ANSI E1.20
    Optics Cutoff beam angle: 2.6°
    Lamp Color temperature : 6800 K +/- 250 K CRI (Color rendering index): 81 Average lifetime: 2000 hours* Approved lamp: Philips MSD Platinum 11R 250 W *Under manufacturer's test conditions.
    Construction Housing: High-impact flame-retardant thermoplastic Color: Black Protection rating: IP20
    Gobos Interchangeable rotating gobos:

    Permitted material: Steel or aluminum
    Diameter: 14 mm +/-0.2 mm (0.55 in. +/-0.008 in.)
    Maximum image diameter: 13 mm (0.51 in.)
    Gobo thickness: 0.8 mm (0.031–0.032 in.)

    Installation Minimum clearance around fan and air vents: 200 mm (8 in.) Mounting points: Two quarter-turn omega brackets for rigging clamps Location: Indoor use only, must be fastened to surface or structure Orientation: Any Minimum distance to combustible materials: 200 mm (8 in.) Minimum distance to illuminated surfaces: 10 m (33 ft.)
  • Connections AC power in, thru: Neutrik TRUE1 DMX data in, thru: 3-pin and 5-pin locking XLR
    Electrical AC power: 100-120 / 200-240 V nominal, 50/60 Hz Power supply unit: Auto-ranging electronic switch mode
    Typical Power and Current 120 V, 60 Hz: 380 W, 3.5 A, PF 0.9 230 V, 50 Hz: 370 W, 1.7 A, PF 0.9 Measurements made at nominal voltage. Figures are typical, not maximum, allow for a deviation of +/- 10%.
    Thermal Cooling: Forced air (temperature-regulated, low noise) Maximum ambient temperature (Ta max.): 40° C (104° F) Minimum ambient temperature (Ta min.): 0° C (32° F) Total heat dissipation (calculated, +/- 10%): 1300 BTU/hr. (at full intensity, full white)
    Approvals EU safety: EN 60598-2-17 (EN 60598-1), EN 62471, EN 62493 EU EMC: EN 55103-1, EN 55103-2, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3 US safety: UL 1573 US EMC: CFR Title 47 Part 15 Class A Canadian safety: CSA C22.2 No. 166 Canadian EMC: ICES-003 Class A Australia/NZ: RCM (pending)
    Included Items

    Philips MSD Platinum 11R 250 W lamp (installed)
    Power cable, 1.5 m (4.9 ft.), without mains plug
    Two Omega clamp attachment brackets with 1/4-turn fasteners

    Accessories Philips MSD Platinum 11R 250 W lamp: P/N 50481205 Cables, 16 A, for connection to power in chains:

    Power input cable, H07RN-F, 2.5 mm², 14 AWG, bare ends to Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3FX-W (female), 1.5 m (4.9 ft.): P/N 91611797
    Power input cable, H07RN-F, 2.5 mm², 14 AWG, bare ends to Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3FX-W (female), 5 m (16.4 ft.): P/N 91611786
    Power input cable, SJOOW, 12 AWG, bare ends to Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3FX-W (female), 1.5 m (4.9 ft.): P/N 91610173
    Power input cable, SJOOW, 12 AWG, bare ends to Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3FX-W (female), 5 m (16.4 ft.): P/N 91610174

    Cables, 16 A, for relaying power in chains:

    Power relay cable, H07RN-F, 2.5 mm², TRUE1 to TRUE1, 0.45 m (1.5 ft.): P/N 91611784
    Power relay cable, H07RN-F, 2.5 mm², TRUE1 to TRUE1, 1.2 m (3.9 ft.): P/N 91611785
    Power relay cable, H07RN-F, 2.5 mm², TRUE1 to TRUE1, 2.5 m (8.2 ft.): P/N 91611796
    Power relay cable, SJOOW, 12 AWG, TRUE1 to TRUE1, 0.45 m (1.5 ft.): P/N 91610170
    Power relay cable, SJOOW, 12 AWG, TRUE1 to TRUE1, 1.2 m (3.9 ft.): P/N 91610171
    Power relay cable, SJOOW, 12 AWG, TRUE1 to TRUE1, 2.5 m (8.2 ft.): P/N 91610172

    Connectors:

    Power connector, cable mount, Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3FX-W (female): P/N 91611789
    Power connector, cable mount, Neutrik TRUE1 NAC3MX-W (male): P/N 91611788

    Installation hardware:

    G-clamp (suspension with fixture hanging vertically downwards only): P/N 91602003
    Quick Trigger Clamp (suspension with fixture hanging vertically downwards only): P/N 9162007
    Half-coupler clamp: P/N 91602005
    Safety Cable, SWL 60 kg, BGV C1 / DGUV 17, black: P/N 91604006
    Safety Cable, SWL 60 kg, BGV C1 / DGUV 17, silver: P/N 91604007

    Related Items Martin™ RDM 5.5 Splitter: P/N 90758150 Martin Companion Cable: P/N 91616091 Martin Companion Software Suite (including firmware uploader) Free download from www.martin.com
    Ordering Information RUSH® MH 11 Beam in cardboard box: P/N 90280130

Downloads

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Specifications
RUSH MH 11 Beam Spec Sheet-English
en updated: Jul 09, 2018
  en  1.25 MB Jul 09, 2018
Manuals
RUSH MH 11 Beam - User Manual
en version D, updated: Oct 31, 2018
en  3.12 MB Oct 31, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - Manuel d'Utilisation
fr version B, updated: May 18, 2018
fr  3.89 MB May 18, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - Bedienungsanleitung
de version B, updated: May 18, 2018
de  3.89 MB May 18, 2018
Illustrations
RUSH MH 11 Beam - 2D dimensions, PDF
en version A, updated: May 18, 2018
en  325 KB May 18, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - 2D dimensions, DWG
en version A, updated: May 18, 2018
en  2.7 MB May 18, 2018
3D Symbols
Vectorworks Symbols
en version 2.5, updated: May 11, 2018
2.5  en  110 MB May 11, 2018
CAD Drawings
RUSH MH 11 Beam - 3D dimensions, 3ds
en version A, updated: May 18, 2018
en  5.79 MB May 18, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - 3D dimensions, DWG
en version A, updated: May 18, 2018
en  4.81 MB May 18, 2018
Compliances
RUSH MH 11 Beam - ETL Listing Verification
version A, updated: May 18, 2018
  294 KB May 18, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - Déclaration de Conformité Européenne
fr version A, updated: May 18, 2018
fr  445 KB May 18, 2018
RUSH MH 11 Beam - EU Declaration of Conformity
en version A, updated: May 18, 2018
en  352 KB May 18, 2018
Software
RUSH MH 11 Beam - Firmware
updated: Sep 13, 2018
    Sep 13, 2018
Service Notes
3D Partsfinder - Opening using Solid Works Composer Player
version 3, updated: Oct 01, 2019
  814 KB Oct 01, 2019
Tech Notes
Avoiding damage from sunlight and other light sources
updated: Sep 22, 2017
    Sep 22, 2017
Hints And Tips
Avoiding damage from sunlight and other light sources
en version B, updated: May 22, 2018
en    May 22, 2018

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