ETC ColorSource PAR

So many venues want to add LEDs to their lighting systems, but the fixtures in their price range are far from ideal. ETC's answer to that problem is the ColorSource™ PAR, an LED luminaire crafted by lighting experts. It outputs bright, beautiful light and lives up to ETC's standard for quality and is backed by ETC's industry-leading service.

    An LED of a different color

    Most budget LEDs use red, green, blue, and possibly white and/or Amber emitters, a combination that results in a limited color range. In contrast, the ColorSource PAR benefits from ETC's extensive experience in LED color-mixing, by using the proportionate recipe of red, green, blue, a twist of lime and an extra dash of red. The lime and double-red emitters expand the ColorSource PAR's color range, allowing users to get a richness only possible from ETC LED luminaires. The unique blend also adds depth, making a more natural, flattering light. And, when ColorSource PAR fixtures are used at any intensity, they maintain their color quality.

    Color you can trust

    ETC color calibrates every LED luminaire that it makes. They're all tested for uniformity, so the color that one ColorSource PAR produces will match the color from the rest of the ETC LED luminaires on a rig. And unlike other manufacturers' LED fixtures, whose colors drift the second they're switched on, the ColorSource PAR compensates for thermal droop, so the color at the start of a show will look the same as at the end of the show. 

    Easy as can be

    Despite the ColorSource PAR's superior color capabilities, it's unbelievably simple to use - with or without a lighting desk. Even the simplest console can control the luminaire, which has a special RGB mode allowing it to work easily with third-party consoles. And the ColorSource PAR has its own user interface, which means it can be controlled without a console. Users can simply plug it in and begin working within seconds.

    About the ColorSource Array options - Original vs. Deep Blue

      Original ColorSource fixtures use an RGB-L array where the ‘B’ represents the use of blue LEDs. ColorSource Deep Blue replaces those blue LEDs with a deeper ‘Royal Blue’ (indigo) LED. How does this impact your color mixing? Please reference the color chart below.

      Original ColorSource fixtures can reach any color within the dark shaded triangle while the ColorSource Deep Blue fixtures can reach any color within the light shaded triangle. While much of these areas overlap, there is a portion of each range that can only be reached by the respective color arrays

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      Here is a list of some common gel colors that can only be reached by original ColorSource or ColorSource Deep Blue:

       

      Common Gels found in original ColorSource

       

      Common gels found in ColorSource Deep Blue

       Roscolux

       Lee

                             

       Roscolux

       Lee

       095

       363

       

       384

       126

       075

       119

       

       388

       049

       076

       721

       

       382

       798

       

       722

       

       059

       707

       

       132

       

       358

       181

       

       141

       

       347

       071

       

       183

       

       049

       120

       

       172

       

       349

       716

       

       325

       

       049

       

       

       

       

       124

       

       

       

       

       027

       

       

       

       

       120

       

       

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      CSPAR
      $795.00
      CSPARDB
      $795.00