Magazine article Stage Directions

Tools of the Trade

Magazine article Stage Directions

Tools of the Trade

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Chauvet Professional Rogue R3 Wash

Chauvet Professional's new Rogue R3 Wash features 37 15-watt RGBW LEDs that deliver 21,000 lux at 5 meters. The fixture is designed to be dependable and versatile, with six distinct dimming modes to cover a wide range of design options. Smooth control of fades is enhanced by the fixture's 16-bit dimming of the master dimmer as well as of individual colors. With nine zones of LED control, the Rogue R3 Wash is well suited for pixel mapping. A wide zoom range of 12°-49° allows the fixture to provide tight or broad coverage.

www.chauvetprofessional.com

ETC Foundation Desk and Foundation Server

ETC's rigging family now has two new members: the Foundation Server and Foundation Desk. The Foundation Server has twice the control capability as the traditional Foundation system, controlling up to 192 hoists, and multiple control stations, handheld remotes and more E-stop buttons can be connected. The Foundation Desk can control up to 96 axes of control and includes improved control hardware for easier operation, along with a sleek chassis based on ETC's popular Eos Ti lighting-control console. ETC redesigned the Go buttons that accompany the multifunctional joystick for additional ease of use. Its E-stop button has been moved back and recessed into the desk, in order to avoid accidental button pushes.

www.etcconnect.com/rigging

Elation DW Pendant

Elation Professional's popular Colour Pendant color-changing RGBW LED luminaire is now available in a variable white light version, the DW Pendant. This new, highly versatile, ETL-approved LED luminaire allows for dynamic white light control of stage or house lighting levels in an energy-efficient downlighting fixture. The DW Pendant houses 36 long-life 3W LEDs (18 cool white + 18 warm white) for variable shade projections of white light. It features full color temperature range control from warm white tungsten (2,900K) to cool white daylight (6,800K) for a choice of shades. …

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