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Fresnel added to fos/4 series

Fresnel added to fos/4 series
fos4 Fresnel

Fresnel added to fos/4 series

ETC announces the arrival of the fos/4 Fresnel

ETC has announced the arrival of the fos/4 Fresnel which, according to the manufacturer, has been designed to take the most desired features of an incandescent Fresnel and add nuanced colour mixing, smooth fades and LED technology to create a true Fresnel with an LED engine. The 15–50° zoom can be adjusted from either the front or the rear of the fixture, while the accessory slot can be used to add any number of beam-control accessories, such as barn doors or soft boxes. The adjustable yoke is said to enable easy balancing of the fixture after focus and the homogenised optic gives users a “seamless beam of light”. Remote control and contactless features include wireless communication using City Theatrical’s Multiverse technology and contactless programming using ETC’s Set Light app via NFC from a mobile device. fos/4 Fresnels are available in two arrays: Lustr X8 for the full gamut of colour mixing and Daylight HDR for the brightest whites. Both arrays include deep red LEDs for nuanced rendering of skin tones, fabrics and scenery. The fos/4 Fresnel outputs up to 9700 lumens and currently comes with a 7-inch aperture, with 10- and 5-inch variants scheduled to be available in the coming months.

ArcLamp Flicker
ArcLamp Flicker

In other news, ETC has added the ArcSystem Pro Four-Cell Pendant to its family of architectural LED luminaires. With this solution, the line now features both Four-Cell Round and Pendant options, depending on a facility’s mounting needs. The Four-Cell Round gives users a choice of hanging hardware, such as a clamp, threaded rod or aircraft cable to be secured to the fixture’s captive hanging point. The Pendant option includes a traditional stem kit with canopy, complete with internal wiring to provide a clean finish. The new Pendant option provides a full-range 100–277V input along with an optional, UL 924-listed variant to take care of emergency egress requirements.

Finally, the ArcLamp LED solution has received an upgrade with the addition of a new Flicker variant as well as new driver options. The Flicker lamp creates a 2,700K Fade to Warm effect by flickering randomly to imitate candlelight. Flicker lamps can also be used at constant brightness by changing the DMX value on its single control channel.



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