ETC is heading to the Netherlands for the biennial CUE exhibition on 15-17 January at Rotterdam Ahoy. The new ColorSource CYC luminaire, the recently launched Ion Xe lighting control console, and products from ETC’s rigging portfolio will be making their Benelux debut at the event, with the company also offering product demos and giveaways on stand 101.
ColorSource CYC will take centre stage on ETC’s booth at CUE. The purpose-built cyclorama light is bright, compact and affordable. It’s also the first ColorSource fixture to add a fifth colour to its LED array, incorporating indigo with the RGB-L mix to achieve rich, theatrical hues. The CYC will be joining fellow family members at the show, including ColorSource Spot and PAR fixtures; ColorSource control desks; and the ColorSource Relay power control solution.
With compact footprints and full-featured Eos software, the new Ion Xe and Ion Xe 20 consoles bring programming power to smaller venues. Since the new consoles feature the same backlit keyboard layout as their larger Eos family siblings, workflow can transfer seamlessly from desk to desk. Accompanying the consoles are the new Eos Fader Wings which provide 20 or 40 standard faders in handy, USB-connectable modules that match – and are compatible with – all the latest Eos family hardware.
ETC Rigging’s intuitive line of controllers give users standard operational and safety feedback features not often found in other rigging controllers, such as multiple hardwired E-stops, load profiling, slack line detection, and hold-to-run controls. QuickTouch+ controllers easily integrate with both variable- and fixed-speed motors, and offer several remote-control options for increased safety and control.
With Prodigy P2, the convenience, flexibility and safety of automated hoists are no longer out of reach due to a limited budget. The CE Marked P2 features dynamically self-sustaining gearbox technology, and can be used with ETC’s revolutionary Compression Tube technology, or traditional rigging styles.
In addition to these product premieres, highlights will include Source Four LED Series 2 luminaires, featuring ETC’s x7 Color System; the Gio @5 lighting control console; and the Paradigm architectural control system. Guests will also have a chance to meet the newest member of the Northern European team, field project coordinator, Sharon Huizinga. And, ETC will be holding a special daily draw for a chance to win a Source Four LED Mini fixture.