Electronic Theatre Controls, maker of the Source Four line of luminaires and the Ion, Eos, Congo, and Express lines of control consoles, won a PLASA 2009 Award for Innovation at this year’s conference for the Selador line of LED fixtures.Â Congratulations, ETC!
The press release from the ETC newsroom:
Lighting, dimming and controls manufacturer ETC is celebrating after winning a coveted Innovation Award for the Selador LED range of fixtures at this yearâ€™s PLASA.
The award judges congratulated the ETC Selador fixtures for â€œtaking a significant step towards the ultimate goal of energy efficient incandescent replacement lighting.â€ They continued by pointing out that â€œETC has developed this LED fixture with a colour output that gets close to the spectral curve of traditional incandescent source, thereby making LED technology a step closer to wider use in theatres and similar applications.â€
Outside of the awards, the PLASA show was, says ETCâ€™s Promotions & Advertising Manager for Europe, Rosi Marx, a complete success, with product specialists giving demonstrations throughout the four days. â€œAlthough visitor numbers seemed to be down, in general we had a very busy stand,â€ she adds.
The Selador demonstrations werenâ€™t the only ones grabbing visitorsâ€™ attention: ETCâ€™s Unison Mosaic architectural control system, SmartBar 2 portable dimming and Element lighting control console were all extremely popular.
Element is ETCâ€™s newest lighting desk and is designed with smaller theatrical venues and schools in mind. This no-fuss system targets conventional lighting control in smaller venues. Perfect for student and volunteer staff, Element redefines the basics of lighting control. When conventional accessories, LED fixtures or moving lights are added to the rig, the press of a button accesses the On Demand ML Controls, giving direct control of complex devices via a mouse or touch screen.
I’m looking forward to what’s next with Selador!