theFAN has a very low power consumption of only 100W so benefits from very economical running costs.
MDG will be returning to PLASA in London (stand 2-S25) this year with its latest product, theFAN. Released amid celebrations at Prolight+Sound, Frankfurt in March, theFAN is a digital, fully DMX/RDM operated stand-alone unit.
theFAN has a very low power consumption of only 100W so benefits from very economical running costs. Nor is it channel hungry: the velocity of its three-bladed rotor is controlled via DMX (1 or 2 channels) or RDM, or locally using a discreet 4-button controller with LSC panel on the base of the unit.
A surge-protected, universal switching power supply covers the full range of 100V - 240V, 50/60Hz ensuring theFAN can be used anywhere in the world at the flick of a switch.
Stylish in design with a 270° tilting head, theFAN is ultra-compact and therefore extremely portable and versatile on tour. And as a final touch, theFAN can be free standing or truss mounted using a variety of fixings (Omega bracket, metric and imperial size clamp sockets) for both on-stage and in-truss use.
The result is a versatile, truly universal, free-standing unit that can be partnered with MDG generators or used independently. theFAN is, of course, guaranteed by MDG's standard two-year warranty.
Also on the PLASA stand will be the latest version of MDG's dual mode Digital Atmospheric Generator, theONE, complete with its highly adaptable touring cradle, the range of Atmosphere Haze generators, the MAX fog generators and the ICE FOG Q low-lying fog generator.