ETC at ABTT 2017
Visitors to the 2017 ABTT Theatre Show, taking place in London on 6 and 7 June, will have the opportunity to see the latest lighting and rigging technology innovations from ETC. Enjoy the company's hospitality while speaking to representatives about the many ETC
products on display on stands B40 and C40 in Alexandra Palace’s West Hall.
Stand B40 will be dedicated to ETC’s popular
ColorSource®family, developed for those with limited budgets who want a complete, high-quality LED lighting system with plug-and-play setup. The ColorSource Spot, ColorSource PAR, and ColorSource Linear luminaires can create bright light with the broadest colour gamut possible from a four-colour LED, thanks to
their unique RGB-Lime emitter mix. The ColorSource Relay can wirelessly switch power and transmit DMX and RDM to hard-to-reach places. The ColorSource ThruPower control rack is a solution for transitioning lighting systems between tungsten and LED. And, available in two sizes with optional audiovisual
capability, the ColorSource consoles provide hands-on control with the ability to run effects, mix LED colours, control moving lights and play back cues. A special rolling presentation will showcase the remarkable capabilities of the ColorSource AV console.
Across the aisle on stand C40, visitors will have a chance to see in action a selection of the acclaimed
Source Four®LED luminaires. There will also be an opportunity for an introduction to the latest Eos®-family console, the
Gio @5®. Learn about ETC’s architectural lighting-control systems, including
EchoDINProdigy® P2 hoist and
Foundation® Desk will be making their UK debut. A dedicated team of ETC experts will be on hand to answer questions and provide product demos.
Following the success of last year’s ColorSource training classes, ETC will again be running a series of training events. The 70-minute sessions will include an introduction to the ColorSource family of products and an interactive demonstration of ColorSource consoles. Each attendee will have
hands-on access to a desk and a chance to explore the main operational features. The sessions are free to attend but places are strictly limited. Advance booking is recommended, spaces can be reserved via