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Maxtron, SL, Inc. 13800 Coppermine Road, Suite 168, Herndon, VA, 20171 T: +1 703 234 1867 E: MSL@maxtronsl.com W:www.maxtron-show-lighting.com


Maxtron Show Lighting W


ith its headquarters in Hong Kong and a production facility in Dalian, NE China, more


than 200 LED light systems are powered by Maxtron Show Lighting worldwide. It also has maintenance and installation partners, and a spare parts outlet, in the US and Europe and besides having distribution centres in the US, Europe and Hong Kong, Maxtron works with sales representatives in several countries.


The technology Maxtron show light systems are operated on three wire technology; this technology was designed to operate segments of light systems on three lead wires to save installation work and material. Our systems are able to bridge long distances with only one signal wire and no shielded wires are necessary. They are also designed to withstand physical impact (vibration), environmental impact (water, heat and cold) and more.


The possibilities Creating landscapes - Creating a light environment throughout an entire park, linking rides, buildings and structures with Max-link.


Wireless uploads - Custom programmed light shows can be uploaded via a special Wi-Fi, through a programmed U-key or can be run live through a Wi-Fi connection or a LAN network.


Custom-made programme designs - The customer is able to programme their own light shows.


50 Handbook and buyer’s guide 2020 The basic version of the system is a


memory chip operated system, linear or matrix and comes with a pre-set programme. However, there is optional software for custom programming that allows the customer to design and programme light shows in-house, with a special configured input software, matching the needs and the layout of that particular system. This also makes customised event programmes possible. What’s more, customised light fixtures (individual aluminium fabrication) can be shaped and built to fit onto scenery or for signage. Maxtron Show Lighting offers the most complete show light system available, with direct and indirect lighting fixtures operating off the same signal.


The signal compatibility also offers the option of extensions and additional lighting for future projects.


Karl Renoldi, Design and production


Installation and maintenance Installation is available through Maxtron’s partners with a two-year limited warranty provided on all parts. Scheduled service contracts are


available to check and improve existing systems.


Our strengths


• The ability to listen to our customers and creating new products in accordance to the needs of our customers.


• The ability to react fast and straightforward to the ideas and wishes of design and maintenance teams of operators and owners.


• Custom made designs and pre-produced fixtures can be created in accordance with design teams of our customers.


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