New KL PAR FC Light Debuting on Elation ON TOUR

by | Gear, Lighting, News, Production

Visitors to Elation’s upcoming ON TOUR road show will be the first in the U.S. to check out, in person, the company’s new full-color LED PAR light, the KL PAR FC.

Optimized for the specific requirements of broadcast, the modern day PAR light with a classic design will be available for on-site demos in each city along the tour starting with the kickoff stop June 14 in Minneapolis.

This effective key, fill, and area wash light source houses a 280W RGBMA LED engine with CCT adjustments possible from 2,400K — 8,500K. The unit produces quality light with high CRI (92) and TLCI (95) values and output up to 11,000 field lumens, equivalent to existing 750W tungsten PAR fixtures.

Elation product specialists will be available at each stop of the tour to demo the KL PAR FC, along with products in the Artiste, Proteus and Fuze product lines, as well as other KL series products. Lighting control products from Obsidian Control Systems, as well as Magmatic brand atmospheric effects, will also be on hand.

Sessions are free and in order to maintain a safe environment, meetings are time-slotted with limited tickets available each day. Elation will be giving away special limited-edition ON TOUR swag to the first 20 people at each stop. Product specials and discount coupons will be available on future purchases of Elation products.

Elation ON TOUR dates and locations:

June 14 – Minneapolis, MN (Central)
June 15 – Chicago, IL (Central)
June 16 – Indianapolis, IN (Central)
June 17 – Lititz, PA (East)
June 18 – Washington DC (East)
June 21 – Charlotte, NC (East)
June 22 – Atlanta, GA (East)
June 23 – New Orleans, LA (Central)
June 24 – Houston, TX (Central)
June 25 – Dallas, TX (Central)

Register here (Central) and here (East).

Elation Professional

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