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130 GUIDE - Theatrical lighting


DTS | SCENA S www.dts-lighting.it


After a successful history of over 225,000 units sold worldwide over the last ten years, DTS has dramatically improved its Scena theatre lights series. Introducing the new Scena S, a range of theatre projectors which offer operating features suitable for even the most demand- ing applications. The Scena S range is composed of five models: Scena 2000 S, Scena 1200 S, Scena 1000 S, Scena 750 S, and Scena 500 S. The series features a new optical group with custom-built lenses, PC or fresnel, over 30% extra luminosity, and a wider max beam aperture angle. The fixtures are extremely smooth and have precise lamp holder movement on a triple track, a new protective grill mesh and a yoke with a new round flange plus clutch system which guarantees a perfect grip and safer operation. They are also equjipped with new front and rear safety hooks and stronger housing with new folded edges, designed to resist all the rigours of continuous use.


ELATION PROFESSIONAL | TVL2000 www.elationlighting.eu


Designed to be the ultimate LED broadcast light, the TVL2000 is equipped with 450 cool white and 450 warm white LEDs that can be combined to adjust colour temperature from 3,200°K to 6,500°K. The unit provides a 30° beam angle standard and produces up to 1,055 Lux (98 foot candles) at a 10-inch / 3.05 metres throw. Using either onboard controls or a standard DMX512 controller, operators can blend the LEDs to create any shade of white, from cool natural daylight to soft warm tungsten - or anything in between. The versatile TVL2000 makes it possible to instantly customise studio lighting to complement any skin tone or production environment with a soft, even white output. The panel also features full 0-100% dimming capabilities, so users can fade in and out and control the intensity of the light. A 4-way barn door system around the LED source allows light to be directed precisely to the desired area of illumination, and a magnetic gel / filter holder allows users to add frost or diffusion easily. Whatever the shade of white, TV performers will remain cool and comfortable under the TVL2000’s light, thanks to the low heat emission of its LED lamp source. Not only is the LED-powered panel cool to the touch, it’s also very energy efficient. Drawing only 76W of electricity at maximum use, it provides a lot of bright output at a low operating cost.


ETC | SELADOR DESIRE www.etcconnect.com


ETC Selador Desire is a complete range of LED wash lights in a PAR shaped housing. Specifically designed with theatrical use in mind, each is optimised for every type of lighting need, whether that is extra bright, saturated colours, warm reds or cool blues, subtle pastels, or broadcast quality white light. Selador’s x7 colour system adds four more colours to the traditional RGB mix, radically expanding the colour range and power. With RDM (Remote Device Management) and standalone operation included as standard, Desire fixtures can be networked together to create sequences and chases without the need for a lighting desk. Specifically designed to mix well with traditional lighting - allowing LDs the best of both worlds - Desire complements the award winning tungsten and HID ETC Source Four spotlight and Source Four Revolution automated fixtures. The latest additions to the Source Four family is the XT, which is IP-66 rated for outdoor use, and the fresnel, which was launched as a direct result of customer feedback and combines classic fresnel optics with Source Four power. Tungsten Source Four fixtures all use the same acclaimed HPL lamp, which means that theatres need to keep fewer different types of spare lamps in their inventory.


EUROLITE | LED THEATRE 36X3W CW/WW www.steinigke.de


Eurolite’s LED Theatre Spot is equipped with 36 LEDs, each of them with a power of 3W. The LEDs are split into 18 cool white and 18 warm white diodes. By these means, the stage can shine in colour temperatures from 3,000K to 7,000K. Adjustment is very simple. Either via the 17 colour temperature presets or via a stepless manual setting, both methods occupy two DMX channels. A flexibility no spot with conventional illuminants could ever provide. In terms of light output, the LED Theatre asserts itself among the old conventional bulls. Due to the number of used LEDs a power of 3W each is absolutely sufficient. Moreover, the Eurolite spot features a dimmer, a flash mode, a really silent fan and a high-quality housing. Barn doors and a colour filter frame are included in the delivery. The spot consumes only 130W and has a beam angle of 20º.


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