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Chroma-Q Showcases Creative Lighting Technologies at ISE 2017

Chroma-Q Showcases Creative Lighting Technologies at ISE 2017

The Netherlands – Chroma-Q is demonstrating its range of creative lighting technologies at ISE 2017, RAI Amsterdam, booth 7-X160, 7th - 10th February 2017.

Together, Chroma-Q’s Inspire, Color Force II and Color One 100X fixtures can provide a truly immersive, seamlessly integrated lighting experience in auditoriums, performance venues, houses of worship and other public spaces.

The Inspire high quality, convection cooled, architectural house lighting range gives venues full control over their room environment to tailor the atmosphere and colour scheme, creating a seamless experience from the stage to the audience.

The new, multi award-winning Color Force II wash-lighting battens range utilises the very latest homogenised optics to provide a superior RGBA colour blend of high quality saturates and pastels – and a purer white – with no unsightly colour-mixing shadows. Combined with their formidable output, they are ideal for smooth, even wall washing up to 12m.

The new Color One 100X PAR features the same core colour mixing technology as other Chroma-Q models, and improves on the output of its predecessor. The fixture is ideal for indoor lighting of installation spaces. An IP65 version is designed for outdoor events and venues. Like the Inspire range, the Color One 100X is also convection cooled for quiet operation.

Also showing is the award-winning Space Force variable white LED soft source, which delivers an output and performance comparable with a traditional 6kW fixture. Other benefits include high energy efficiency, lightweight design, cool running, convection cooling for quiet operation, smooth dimming, low heat and minimum maintenance.

All Chroma-Q products feature premium build quality and calibrated light engines for superior unit-to-unit consistency.

High-profile architectural installations adopting Chroma-Q fixtures include the ‘ICER’ innovation centre in the Ulft and historic Pieterskerk building in Leiden, both in the Netherlands, the BOK Center multi-purpose arena in Oklahoma, USA, Stavanger Concert Hall's Kuppelhallen performance space in Norway and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in Glasgow, UK. The fixtures have also been adopted by leading show-dining restaurants and houses of worship.

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8th February 2017

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