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Arri M18 1800w HMI Par

Arri M18 1800w HMI Par

The ARRI M18 1.8k HMI PAR is an 1,800w open face lighting fixture in ARRI’s M-Series, equipped with a unique patented reflector that unifies the advantages of traditional fresnel and PAR fixtures. The result is an extremely powerful lamp head, as small most 1200w HMI PARs but with a 70% higher light output.

This daylight balanced unit focuses between 20° and 60° by turning the focus knob, producing a remarkably even light field and a crisp, clear shadow. With a power draw of just 1800w, it can plug directly into 110V 20A household outlets, eliminating costly generator rental. The Arri M18 can also be used with a 1200w HMI lamp with G38 base.

The Arri M18’s cross-cooling design allows it to be operated safely in any orientation, perfect for challenging rigging situations where other fixtures can’t reach. The M18 is the most powerful ARRI HMI fixture that can be operated from 110v single-phase power.

Rental Includes
  • ARRI M18 HMI PAR Fixture
  • Barn Doors
  • Flicker Free 1200w/1800w Electronic Ballast
  • 25’ Head Cable
  • 50’ Head Cable
  • 3-Piece Scrim Set
    2 – Full Double
    Full Single
    Scrim Bag


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$300

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