maXim Lighting Control Console
maXim lighting control console

maXim Lighting Control Console
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The maXim series of consoles has been designed to satisfy the more demanding operator. There are four models in the maXim range, starting with the 24-fader maXim S and continuing through to the 96-fader maXim XXL.
The optional PaTPad moving light controller further extends the capabilities of the maXim console with features such as Palettes, Groups, Presets and an Effects Engine.

Features

maXim Features

  • Optional PaTPad moving light controller
  • Single preset and two preset fader operation
  • Fully proportional Softpatch out to 512 (1,024) output channels
  • 25 x 7 dot matrix LED display shows scrolled messages for effective reporting
  • Electronic labelling function for naming Scene, Chase, Stack and steps of Stacks
  • Stack playback master and effects buttons for full control of sequences
  • Up to 500 steps of a Stack can be recorded with true dipless cross-fade
  • Each step of a Stack can be recorded as a Scene, Chase, Channel or a Snapshot of the output
  • Steps of a Stack can be linked automatically
  • Individual In (Up) and Out (Down) fade times, programmable for every Scene and step of a Stack
  • Up to 250 steps of a Chase can be recorded as Channels, Scenes or a Snapshot of the output
  • Scenes and Chases can be run concurrently on lower bank of preset faders
  • Nine pages of nonvolatile memory for Submasters on MAX/L, MAX/XL and MAX/XXL models
  • Multi-page SGVA colour video output displaying desk status, memories, patches and help menus
  • Edit facilities include fade and speed times, channel levels, add/remove of steps/patch allocations
  • Power brownout protection
  • USB flash disk storage for show backup – optional on MAX/S and MAX/M models
  • Software upgradeable via USB flash disk
  • CE and Ctick approved

Specifications

maXim Specifications

 
maXim
S
maXim
M
maXim
L
maXim
XL
DMX Channels
512 512 1024 1024
Fader Channels Normal Mode
12 24 36 48
Fader Channels Wide Mode
24 48 72 96
Pages
9
Playbacks
12 24 42 66
Scenes
108 216 378 594
Chases
108 216 378 594
Steps/Chase
250
Stacks
108 216 378 594
Steps/Stack
250
Chase Speed
0-999 BPM
Page Freeze
Yes
Softpatch
Yes fully proportional
In Fade Times
0 seconds to 16+ minutes
Out Fade Times
0 seconds to 16+ minutes
Isolated DMX
Optional Optional Standard Standard
Grab Master
Yes Yes No No
Sub Masters
N/A N/A 6 18
Sound to Light
2 sources can trigger chases or scenes
LED-Lite Outlets
1 1 2 2
SVGA Video
Optional Optional Standard Standard
USB Ports (Memory Stick/Trackball)
Optional Optional 2 2
PaTPad Module
N/A N/A Optional Optional
MIDI
Optional Optional Standard Standard
In-Field Software Upgrade
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Universal Power Supply 85-260V AC 50/60Hz
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Product Dimensions
Height (mm/inches)
Width (mm/inches)
Depth (mm/inches)
115/4.5
500/19.7
340/13.4
115/4.5
716/28.2
340/13.4
165/6.5
797/31.4
515/20.3
165/6.5
1014/39.9
515/20.3
Shipping Dimensions
Height (mm/inches)
Width (mm/inches)
Depth (mm/inches)
210/8.3
580/22.8
500/19.7
210/8.3
800/31.5
500/19.7
250/9.9
860/33.8
660/26
250/9.9
1080/42.5
660/26
         

Optional PaTPad

  • Uses a touch-sensitive pad for control
  • Each fader becomes a fixture controller
  • Full LTP control of fixture parameters
  • Individual selection buttons for up to 24 parameters
  • Six Virtual Wheels for adjusting fixture parameters
  • One Rotary Wheel for fine adjustment
  • Provides Groups, Presets, Palettes and Filters
  • Versatile Effects Engine works across any combination of fixtures
  • Store a complete look or just the effect
  • Up to 128 templates can be stored in the console
  • Over 800 templates for fixtures available on this website
  • Write your own fixture templates using our PC program
  • Can retrofit to MAX/L, MAX/XL and MAX/XXL

Video Brochures

 

maXim Video Brochure

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PaTPad Video Brochure

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Downloads

maXim Downloads

 
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S
maXim
M
maXim
L
maXim
XL
Product Brochure
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Product Key Benefits
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User Manual

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Quick Reference Guide
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Consultant's Specifications
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Line Drawings (DXF Format)
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Line Drawings (PDF Format)
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maXim Software Version 2
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maXim Software Version 3
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Fixture Templates

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FAQ

maXim FAQ

Why doesn't my new USB stick work on my maXim?

The USB hardware on the maXim was designed over 10 years ago, when USB sticks were 32MB or 64MB (yes MB not GB!). This means that many new USB sticks do not work when first plugged into the maXim.
To resolve this problem the USB stick needs to be reformatted on a Windows computer. WARNING: this will destroy all the date on the USB stick.
There are two settings that are critical. The Quick Format option must be turned off and the Allocation Unit Size must be set to the smallest possible option. See the image below for details.
Note: this full format will take at least 15 minutes. If the format takes less than one minute then the Quick Format was not disabled and the USB stick will not work with the maXim.

Format USB



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