The Arri M40 HMI has been carefully designed to deliver the best results in any situation: whether hard or diffused light is needed, the M40 does not disappoint. It is built with attention to each detail and using virtual models to test its effectiveness, the M40 accepts 2500 or 4000W HMI lamps, making it a versatile tool.
Flicker Free Ballast
Lamp type: HMI 2500 or 4000 W / SE G38
Lamp holder: G38
Color temperature: 6,000K
Weight m40: 75 lb (34 kg)
Dimensions: 29 x 20.1 x 18.4 "(734 x 511 x 468 cm)
It is a member of the ARRI M series. The M40 is a lensless system that unifies the benefits of Fresnel and PAR accessories. The M40 is open-faced and therefore very bright - about 30% brighter than an AS40.
Due to its exclusive MAX technology reflector, the M40 can also be focused in a mid-peak angle range of 18 to 52 °.
The M40 offers a remarkably uniform beam spread that casts sharp shadows across the entire focus range. The reflector characteristics are optimized for 4,000 W lamps, but can also be used with 2,500 W lamps.
M40 source basic kit
The M40 is equipped with a CCL (Cable Loss Compensation) module. When operated with ARRI EB 2.5 / 4 kW High Speed AutoScan with CCL, it maintains the full power of the lamp even when using very long cables. This means that the m40 is capable of maintaining the same power, with a uniform light output.
Thanks to MAX reflector technology, the M40 dispenses lenses but is variable in angle of aperture in a range of 18º to 52º.
The reflector characteristics are optimized for 4000W lamps, but can also be used with 2,500W lamps.
About 30% more light than AS40. Same size as AS40 but more than 3kg lighter
Compensation system for cable loss (CCL) in the head.
Two steel-handled disc brakes on the fork.
New design allows you to work at extreme tilt angles
Protection index IP 23
ARRI HMI M40 Source Features:
MAX technology without lenses: easy to use
About 30% brighter than AS 40m
Cable Loss Compensation (CCL)
Tubular steel yoke
Two disc brakes with steel handles.
Cross Cooling Allows Safe Operation At Extreme Tilt Angles