Many of ETC's LED luminaires and lighting control products - including the
Source Four® LED Series 2
system - are set to make an appearance at ETC's booth #300 at PLASA Focus: Kansas City on May 20th and 21st.
Customers can experience limitless possibilities when mixing and matching
Source Four LED
light engines with a variety of adapters, accessories and lens tubes. Three Source Four LED Series 2 arrays - Lustr®, Tungsten HD and Daylight HD -get you the right color or variable-white light to meet your exact lighting needs. Unlike any Fresnel you've ever seen before, the new
Source Four LED Fresnel
adapter simply attaches to any Source Four LED light engine to create stunningly smooth washes with soft edges. It can also be used with barn doors to sculpt the perfect beam of light. And the
Source Four LED CYC
adapter gives your cyclorama a wide spectrum of bold, beautiful colors with incredibly smooth, evenly distributed coverage.
Also making an appearance is the new
, which offers ETC-quality light in a four-color fixture at a budget-friendly price that venues of all sizes can enjoy. The ever-popular
Source Four Mini and Source Four Mini LED
will also be on display and available for demos.
Accompanying ETC's LEDs are some of the company's world-renowned lighting consoles, including the
lighting control system, which offers fast and precise color-control, making it a perfect companion to any Source Four LED lighting system.
will also be on ETC's stand, showcasing powerful PC-based lighting control with both
Plasa Focus: Kansas City attendees who want to learn more about the capabilities of ETC LED luminaires will want to register for ETC's Layers of Light seminar taught by ETC Outreach and Training Specialist Tom Littrell as part of the PLASA Focus Professional Development Program. He'll discuss ETC's approach to LEDs, in addition to comparing and contrasting traditional tungsten fixtures to the company's x7 Color System™. For more information and to register for one of the sessions on Wednesday, May 20th at 12:30pm, and Thursday, May 21st, at 11:00am CDT, visit
Visitors can get a free PLASA Focus: Kansas City conference pass from ETC by registering at