An LED luminaire crafted by lighting experts, the ColorSource Linear is contained in a strip light, or batten, form factor and uses the same proportionate recipes of red, green, blue, and lime LEDs as the ColorSource PAR. This creates a color range and richness only possible from ETC LED luminaires.
The Linear fixture was designed to allow multiple fixtures to be mounted end to end with no visible break in light. The ColorSource Linear lives up to ETC's high standards for quality. Available in original or Deep Blue array options.
An LED luminaire crafted by lighting experts, the ColorSource PAR uses a proportionate recipe of red, green, blue, a twist of lime and an extra dash of red to expand the ColorSource PAR's color range, giving richness only possible from ETC LED luminaires. It outputs bright,
beautiful light, is easy to use – with or without a lighting desk – and lives up to ETC's high standards for quality. Available in original or Deep Blue array options.
The ColorSource Spot outperforms other four-color LED profiles, thanks to its precise combination of red, green, blue and lime emitters. ETC applied its extensive color-mixing knowledge to the fixture to ensure that it can achieve brighter, richer and more believable colors than other budget LEDs. And it accepts all the Source Four LED accessories, zoom and fixed-focus lens tubes, and CYC and Fresnel adapters. Available in original or Deep Blue array options.
Original ColorSource fixtures use an RGB-L array where the ‘B’ represents the use of blue LEDs. ColorSource Deep Blue replaces those blue LEDs with a deeper ‘Royal Blue’ (indigo) LED. How does this impact your color mixing? Please reference the color chart below.
Original ColorSource fixtures can reach any color within the dark shaded triangle while the ColorSource Deep Blue fixtures can reach any color within the light shaded triangle. While much of these areas overlap, there is a portion of each range that can only be reached by the
respective color arrays (A=Original, B=Deep Blue).