Chroma-Q will continue to celebrate its 15th year in LED lighting innovation. Drawing upon this expertise, its latest generation of award-winning solutions utilise proprietary homogenised optics, colour management and dimming technologies to deliver a superior quality of light output and colour consistency.
The new Chroma-Q Space Force onebytwo™ variable white LED soft light panel will make its IBC debut at this year’s show. Recipient of a Lighting Product of the Year Award at NAB, the cost-effective, bright, high quality unit is a modern replacement for traditional soft sources and is the ideal fit for creating a huge volume of light in standard room ceiling height studios and small spaces. The popular Space Force™ fixture, upon whose technologies the onebytwo is based, will also be on display.
Also showing is the Brute Force 6™ powerful LED-based alternative to a traditional quarter Wendy with comparable output – capable of delivering up to 140,000 lumens and drawing just 15 amps @ 240V. The lighter weight Brute Force 4™ will be shown in action with Licht-Technik’s BigBee moving yoke. Much more than just the single colour of a traditional Wendy, the Brute Force range – which is powered by multiple Studio Force II™ high intensity LED battens – produces quality tuneable whites and saturated colour, has the potential to display low resolution graphics, and offers flexible remote pan & tilt movement when used with the BigBee (Brute Force 4 only). The stand will also feature the Color Force II™ colour-mixing LED batten range.
Also making its IBC debut is the Vista 3 by Chroma-Q® next generation lighting & media control system, which provides simple, visually-based programming and control which is scalable from small studio up to large film set applications.
Utilised internationally on major film studio through to small videographer projects, Quasar Science’s Q-LED linear LED fixtures combine all the benefits of a self-ballasted LED source, yet with a compact, low profile form factor which gives users huge creative freedom. Producing a high quality output, models on display include the Q-Lion battery powered fixture, which offers a choice of 3,000K and 5,600K colour modes; and the RGB-X Rainbow, which features both RGB full colour changing and tuneable white modes.
Showing from RatPac, the brand’s AKS system uses LumenRadio’s award-winning CRMX wireless technology and allows users to control lighting fixtures directly from their mobile phone, tablet, PC or DMX lighting console. In addition, for light sources which are not LumenRadio compatible, RatPac’s Cintenna wireless receiver plugs directly into the back of the fixtures themselves and requires no extra rigging hardware.
Visit stand 12.D39 at IBC for your personal demonstration. Alternatively, please contact AC-ET on +44 (0)1494 446000 / firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.ac-et.com.