ETC Source Four LED on show at PLASA Focus

Lighting, dimming and control manufacturer ETC is gearing up for a busy PLASA Focus 2012, in Leeds, 17-18 April.

 

The company’s new Source Four LED fixture is set to receive its first major UK public showing, with demonstrations on the stand (S-C6), allowing visitors to compare its output to incandescent Source Four luminaires.

 

When the Source Four LED was demonstrated at Prolight & Sound in Frankfurt, it drew large, enthusiastic crowds.

 

The luminaire will be initially available in three versions: Source Four LED Lustr+, Source Four LED Daylight and Source Four LED Tungsten, bringing bright white light plus brilliant colours and energy-saving efficiency to all types of installations.

 

The Source Four LED Tungsten and Daylight produce maximum brightness at their respective warm (3000K) and cool white (5600K) colour temperatures. And just like ETC’s Selador Desire Lustr+, the Source Four LED Lustr+ offers a complete palette of colours, thanks to the Selador x7 Color System. All offer the same stunning projection-quality beam and smooth dimming.

 

On the second day of the show – Wednesday 18th April – at 10am, ETC’s Regional Manager for UK & Ireland Mark White and Market Manager Erik Larsen will present a seminar in the Wellington Room, discussing the implications of introducing LED light sources into theatrical lighting design.

 

White comments: “The Source Four LED can be added into conventional rigs without fear of compromise. We will be blending white LEDs and narrow-band colour LEDs with broad-band traditional incandescent light sources and seeing the result.

 

“The Source Four LED is a step change from previous LED fixtures and is already being described as the future of stage lighting.

 

“We know that seven colours are a better choice than just three, four, five or six, and can now ‘layer’ light – that is to say, use LED fixtures in conjunction with incandescent fittings to benefit from the best of both sources.”

 

Also on ETC’s stand will be the new Sensor3 Power Control system, which brings together dimming, relay switching and constant power in the new ThruPower module. Show visitors can also try out ETC’s newest lighting control desk, Gio, which is designed to fill the mid-range position in the Eos family.

 

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