ETC to debut Source Four LED™ at Prolight + Sound

Source Four LEDâ„¢ ETC stand B62, Hall 9, Prolight + Sound 2012, March 21-24, Frankfurt, Germany

The world's most popular range of profile spotlights just got bigger. ETC's Source Four® started with the HPL lamp, then the HID was added to the line. And now there's the ETC Source Four LED, bringing brilliant colors, low heat, and even more energy-saving efficiency.

The Source Four LED will be on public display for the first time at this year's Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt. The Source Four LED produces a sharp, clean beam of focusable light or a smooth wash to build an environment. It is available in three versions: the Lustr+â„¢, Daylightâ„¢ and Tungsten.â„¢

Just like ETC's Selador® Desire Lustr+â„¢, the Source Four LED Lustr+ offers a complete palette of colors, thanks to the Selador x7 Color Systemâ„¢. Meanwhile, Source Four LED Daylight and Source Four LED Tungsten produce maximum brightness at the respective warm (3000K) and cool white (5600K) color temperatures. Each offers the same projection-quality beam.

Sensor3 Power Controlâ„¢

Also on show at Prolight will be ETC's Sensor3 Power Control system, which addresses the changing needs of venues by bringing together dimming, relay switching, and constant power in the new ThruPowerâ„¢ module. Sensor3's highly integrated design means fewer parts for fewer failures, while plug-in modularity allows for more configurability, customization, and easy maintenance. The new CEM3 processor adds a larger graphical display and a numeric keypad, making system setup and management simpler than ever.

Gio® lighting control console

Gio is designed to fill the mid-range position in the Eos® console family, between the Eos and Ion® consoles. It offers the power of Eos functionality but in a smaller footprint. Features include integrated, articulating multi-touch displays, onboard DMX outputs and helpful backlit keys.

Layers of Light

ETC will be displaying products under its ongoing theme ‘Layers of Light' — demonstrating how hybrid lighting rigs can produce the highest quality results. Staff will be on hand to show how incandescent fixtures work with LED luminaires, and how ETC lighting control desks communicate across networks — and even between different work sites – to fixtures and power-control units using RDM, to offer device configuration, status monitoring, and management.

For more about ETC products, go to www.etcconnect.com

Please or Register to post comments.

What's Live Design Blog Archive?

Live Design Blog Archive

Blog Archive