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Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare was a realized dramatic production that was presented by the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance. Measure for Measure was presented in the Nadine MacGuire Pavillion Black Box Theatre during the Fall of 2012. The process began in the late in the Spring of 2012 and work continued throughout the summer and culminated with an opening night performance on September 14th 2012. I served as the lighting designer for this production. Executing the lighting design required collaboration with the director and design team to help bring our ideas about Measure for Measure to life. Another major portion of the process was generating a light plot and cue list as well as leading the hanging, focusing as well as all cueing sessions. The culmination of this process was an extended run of live performances September 14th to 21st of 2012
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THE THEATRICAL LIGHTING DESIGN FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MEASURE FOR MEASURE By RYAN LEE BIBLE SUPERVISORY COMITEE: PROFESSOR STAN KAYE, CHAIR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR STACEY GALLOWAY, MEMBER A PROJECT IN LIEU OF THESIS PRESENTED TO THE COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 2013

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2013 Ryan Lee Bible

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To Dave and Kay Bible

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank everyone who helped me along with this idea to work in the theatre. Thank you to Stan Kaye, Todd Bedell, Timothy Reed and all the other UF students and faculty who have supported me throughout the last three years. I would also like to thank my parents, Dave and Kay, for their undying love and support throughout my entire life. A special thanks to Amy for always supporting me. i

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TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS i .................................................................................................................................... ABSTRACT iv ........................................................................................................................... INTRODUCTION 1 ............................................................................................................................ PLAY SYNOPSIS 2 ....................................................................................................................... Play Synopsis 2 .............................................................................................................................. Overview 2 ................................................................................................................................ Act One 2 ................................................................................................................................ Act Two 3 .............................................................................................................................. Act Three 3 ............................................................................................................................... Act Four 4 ................................................................................................................................ Act Five 5 ............................................................................ RESEARCH AND GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES 6 ............................................................................................................... Context and Period 6 ................................................................................................................... Scenic Elements 7 ........................................................................................................ Sources of Illumination 8 ............................................................................................................... Palette and Texture 9 .............................................................................................................. Research by Scene 11 .............................................................................................................. THE DESIGN PROCESS 15 ................................................................................................................ Design Meetings 15 ............................................................................................ Discussions with the Director 17 ................................................................................................................. Overall Concept 18 ................................................................................................................ Mentor Guidance 18 .................................................................................................................. Design Choices 19 .............................................................................. THE EXECUTION OF THE PRODUCTION 21 .............................................................................................................. Budget Allocation 21 .......................................................................................................................... Paper Tech 22 ............................................................................................................ Technical Rehearsal 22 ................................................................................................................ Dress Rehearsals 23 .................................................................................................................... Opening Night 23 .............................................................................................................................. CONCLUSION 25 ...................................................................................................................... Commentary 25 ................................................................................................................... Self Evaluation 25 ........................................................................................ APPENDIX A RESEARCH IMAGES 27 ..................................................................... APPENDIX B PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS 35 ii

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....................................... APPENDIX D WYSIWYG PRE-VISUALIZATION RENDERINGS 50 ................................................................................ APPENDIX D DESIGNER PAPERWORK 55 ............................................................................................................... Scene Breakdown 56 ....................................................................................................................... Magic Sheet 59 ...................................................................................................................... Lighting Plot 60 ........................................................................ APPENDIX E LIGHTWRIGHT PAPERWORK 61 ........................................................................................................... Instrument Schedule 62 ................................................................................................................ Channel Hookup 72 ...................................................................................................... Instrument Type Count 78 ........................................................................................................................ Color Count 79 ........................................................................... APPENDIX F PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT 81 ............................................................................ APPENDIX G PUBLICITY DOCUMENTS 135 .......................................................................................................................... WORKS CITED 144 ....................................................................................................... BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH 146 iii

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ABSTRACT Summary of Project Option in Lieu of Thesis Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Fine Arts THE THEATRICAL LIGHTING DESIGN FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MEASURE FOR MEASURE By Ryan Lee Bible May 2013 Chair: Stan Kaye Member: Stacey Galloway Major: Theatre Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare was a realized dramatic production that was presented by the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance. Measure for Measure was presented in the Nadine MacGuire Pavillion Black Box Theatre during the Fall of 2012. The process began in the late in the Spring of 2012 and work continued throughout the summer and culminated with an opening night performance on September 14th, 2012. I served as the lighting designer for this production. Executing the lighting design required collaboration with the director and design team to help bring our ideas about Measure for Measure to life. Another major portion of the process was generating a light plot and cue list as well as leading the hang, focus, and all cueing sessions. The culmination of this process was an extended run of live performances September 14th to 21st of 2012 iv

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance produced William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure as the opening show of the 2012-2013 season. My role in this production was serving as the Lighting Designer, which is my project in lieu of thesis as partial fulfillment of my Master of Fine Arts degree in Theatre. Measure for Measure opened on September 14, 2012 in the Nadine MacGuire Pavillion Black Box Theatre. This production was directed by Dr. Ralf Remshadt. Measure for Measure featured a design team including Mr. Jaime Frank serving as the scenic designer, Ms. Erica Bascom serving as the costume designer, and Mr. Russell Bockemuehl serving as the sound designer. Additionally, Ms. Bascom worked towards partial completion of her project in lieu of thesis. This production was stage managed by Janiel Meyers. The cast included Ms. Jasmine Dinkins as Isabella which served as her performance in lieu of thesis. The cast also featured Mr. Rob Cope, as The Duke, and Mr. Linden Taylor, as Lord Angelo. At the beginning of my second year at the University of Florida, I knew that I wanted the opportunity to work with Dr. Ralf Remshardt for my thesis project; his style of directing and global sensibilities were very exciting to me. I had the good fortune to have previously worked with Dr. Remshardt as a sound designer on another production the previous year, which allowed for an existing common understanding in our communication. I was also very fortunate to be close friends with Mr. Jaime Frank, which also helped ease our collaboration in terms of the scenery and practicals. This production of Measure for Measure was not without challenges, but in the end our team was able to conquer them to deliver a very well-received run of Measure for Measure. 1

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CHAPTER 2 PLAY SYNOPSIS Play Synopsis Overview Measure for Measure like many of Shakespeare's plays, contains several sub-plots that are interwoven, but our production was primarily concerned with the character arch of Isabella and her interaction with the Duke's puritanical deputy, Angelo. Act One Scene 1 This scene begins with the Duke preparing to leave Vienna for an unspecified amount of time. The Duke imbues in Lord Angelo full authority to enforce the laws of Vienna in his absence. Scene 2 The bohemians enter with Lucio and ponder why the Duke has left. Mistress Overdone enters and informs them that Claudio has been taken to prison and will be executed. Additionally, they learn that all the brothels in Vienna are being closed. Claudio enters and Lucio discusses with him why he is being taken to prison. Claudio informs him that he is being incarcerated for fornication outside of marriage and getting his betrothed pregnant. Scene 3 The Duke is found in a monastery explaining to Friar Thomas why he has led everyone to believe that he is leaving Vienna, when in fact he plans to disguise himself and observe his subjects. 2

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Scene 4 Isabella is preparing to enter a convent when Lucio arrives. Lucio informs Isabella of her brother's arrest and sentencing. Lucio convinces Isabella to go to Angelo and plead her brother's case and seek clemency for Claudio. Act Two Scene 1 Escalus attempts to reason with Angelo and asks him to exercise mercy. Pompey enters with Elbow and proceeds to make a fool of him with clever wordplay and takes advantage of Elbow's ignorance. Scene 2 Isabella enters and pleads with Angelo to stay her brother's execution. Initially, Angelo is unmoved in her pleas, but as Isabella's pleas become more forceful a chord is struck in Angelo. He asks Isabella to return to him in the morning to discuss her brother's fate. Scene 3 The duke arrives at the prison to speak with Claudio and he begins to lay the groundwork for his plot to save Claudio's life without revealing his true identity. Scene 4 Angelo informs Isabella that the only way for her to save Claudio is to submit to his carnal desires. Isabella rejects his proposal and threatens to tell everyone in Vienna about his treachery. Angelo threatens Isabella with severe retribution if she resists. Angelo exits and leaves Isabella alone to ponder her fate. Act Three 3

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Scene 1 The Duke again visits Claudio and tries to console him and prepare him for his impending death. The Duke exits and Isabella comes to visit Claudio and inform him that she was unsuccessful in convincing Angelo to free him. Isabella informs Claudio that the only way to save him would be for her to sleep with Angelo. Claudio asks her to save his life and Isabella reacts very strongly that she will not sacrifice her pure body to save him. Scene 2 Lucio and the Duke meet on the street. Lucio then begins to unwittingly insult the Duke and make all kinds of untrue accusations about his character and conduct. Act Four Scene 1 Mariana and Isabella meet the Duke and he describes his plan to save Claudio and simultaneously right the wrong Angelo has done to Mariana. His plan is to have Mariana sleep with Angelo in Isabella's stead, late at night so that Angelo would be none the wiser. This would force Angelo to marry Mariana as well as free Claudio. Scene 2 The Duke returns to the prison and learns that Angelo wants the head of Claudio by five o'clock that very morning. The Duke convinces the Provost to delay the execution of Claudio by a few days so that his plan will still work. The Duke has the head of Bernadine sent instead of Claudio's. Scene 3 4

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Isabella arrives at the prison and asks the Duke if the pardon for her brother has arrived. The Duke lies and tells her that her brother has already been executed. He convinces Isabella to wait for the Dukes return' and she will have proper justice. Scene 4 Angelo and Escalus discuss the odd nature of the letter they have received for the Duke. Escalus exits and Angelo ponders how he should behave if Isabella accuses him when the Duke returns. Act Five Scene 1 The duke makes a grand entrance and asks that any complaints from his absence be made publicly. Isabella confronts Angelo and demands justice. Angelo is exposed for the villain he is and is forced to marry Mariana. Isabella and Claudio are reunited after it is revealed that he is in fact, not beheaded. Lucio gets his comeuppance from the Duke and is forced to marry a whore. Finally, the Duke proposes to Isabella and everyone exits to celebrate the happy ending, leaving Isabella and Pompey onstage. 5

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CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH AND GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES William Shakespeare is without question one of the most important figures in western drama and, fortunately for our production team, there is a wealth of written criticism and discussion surrounding all of Shakespeare's work. The library proved to be wealth of research sources that helped with understanding the world surrounding Measure for Measure The only major challenge involved with researching Measure for Measure was the fact that the play is considered a problem play' which may have turned some of the potential scholarly attention away from the piece towards more commonly discussed texts. Context and Period Measure for Measure is considered one of William Shakespeare's problem plays', it would seem largely because Measure for Measure does not conform to the more typical conventions and morality of typical Elizabethan theater. Measure for Measure was the last comedy that Shakespeare wrote before turning exclusively to tragedies. Because of this fact, one can identify his disillusion with the formulaic resolution required of the romantic comedy of that time. Shakespeare is recognized for his keen understanding of the human psyche and his mastery of dramatizing complex social interactions on stage. In many ways, Measure for Measure is his most intriguing exploration into the social complexities and moral ambiguities that existed at the time in London. Shakespeare was clearly influenced by the current events of his day in much of his work and Measure for Measure is no exception. At the time that Shakespeare was writing Measure for Measure, a play about a Duke attempting to reassert authority over his subjects, England was crowning a new king, James I. There is also little coincidence that while Angelo was shutting 6

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down the brothels of Vienna onstage, puritans were pulling down' the houses of ill-repute in suburban London. However, according to at least one author in my reading, it would be a mistake to read Measure for Measure as an allegory for Shakespeare's contemporary London. Instead, it was important to understand that the attitudes in dealing with marriage, sex and social standing in contemporary London were as complex as the questions raised in Measure for Measure Scenic Elements Mr. Jaime Frank, the scenic designer for Measure for Measure, created an intriguing environment to contain the action throughout the entire Black Box Theatre. The set encompassed almost the entirety of the theatre space, including the entire width of the space at the downstage most point up to the second level, referred to as the technical ledge. The main acting area of the set was a large platform that spanned the entire inside width of the theatre and was raked at a fairly steep angle heading towards downstage. Lining two sides of the set were large walls that helped define the upstage and stage right edges of the platform and contained in these walls were a series of shutters that were able to rotate almost one hundred eighty degrees so that at specific moments in the show they would rotate to reveal a different surface. The shutters were treated in printed paper in such a way that one side showed an art deco city scape that represented Vienna, as well as an advertisement for the Duke at the stage right side. The other side of the shutters had a darker version of the city skyline with an advertisement for Lord Angelo on the stage left side. Underneath the stage left side of the platform was a large opening that served as an entrance to the area used for the scenes that took place in the jail. The second story of the set was faced by a series of plexi-glass windows that were suggestive of the exterior of an office building. 7

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Additionally, on the stage left side of the ledge an overhanging platform was added that allowed characters on the second level to observe the action occurring below them on the main platform. Sources of Illumination A significant consideration of lighting Measure for Measure was that our production was not strictly confined to straight American realism, which gave the team incredible latitude to enhance the inherent theatricality of many specific moments with what would otherwise be unrealistic lighting looks. However, for many other scenes the lighting was necessarily realistically motivated. For the most part, the more comedic and light hearted moments of the show were treated with the most realistic lighting, while the more dramatic scenes were allowed to escape the reality of the moment and delve into the Characters' minds. In many ways the lighting for Measure for Measure oscillated between lighting appropriate for a Shakespearian comedy and a tragedy; at one moment living in a realistic, but fanciful world and in the next scene entering the mind of a character for a dramatic soliloquy. There were many practical lighting fixtures throughout the set that helped serve as both the jewelry to the scenic design, as well as to help enhance the idea that each space really was what it advertised to be. Mr. Frank and I collaborated very closely on the design and placement of each group of practicals. My contribution was spearheading most of the acquisition of the practicals and supervising the installation of the practicals, largely due to the very truncated installation process that the scene shop was struggling to cope with. There was a discreet grouping of practicals for each primary acting area on the set. On the technical ledge, in the Duke's office, was as set of fluorescent lighting fixtures that were approximately twelve inches square. Five in total that worked to help establish the feeling of 8

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cleanliness, as well as the official nature of the office space. On the main platform, there were a series of billboard-style light fixtures that were focused directly on the shutters that added illumination specifically on the facing of the shutters and were often used within the cueing to make a small comment on the scene taking place by intensifying the visibility of a specific advertisement. Based on image research, the team strove during the fifth act to transform the atmosphere of the space entirely. We accomplished this by opening the shutters half way to reveal what was intended to appear as bright white sunlight streaming through the shutters into the space. This was accomplished by suspending a large series of linear LED lighting fixtures that illuminated a special fabric called grid cloth that worked to diffuse the multitudes of light sources into a single light source. Suspended over the area used for the prison was a bare, Marconi style light bulb that was utilized in the prison scenes and provided motivation for the considerably more dramatic lighting angles provided by the conventional theatrical lighting fixtures. The last set of practicals were two strands of old fashioned style glass Christmas lights that were suspended on the extreme stage right side of the space underneath the technical ledge, directly above the area that was inhabited by the group of characters referred to as the Bohemians; characters such as Mistress Overdone, Pompey and occasionally Lucio. The Christmas lights served to symbolize the color and life of the characters that inhabited the extreme stage right area. Palette and Texture Much of the early inspiration for the lighting for Measure for Measure came from the large amount of research obtained on the style of European theatrical lighting design. Because of how free we were from straight realism, I really wanted to incorporate a European conceptual 9

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approach to illumination. During my lighting design classes I had been exposed to a European lighting designer named Max Keller. I found the imagery contained in his book to be visually stunning and hoped to incorporate some of the concepts behind his style into Measure for Measure. My interest in Max Keller led me to do significant further visual research on other European stage designers, therefore much of the early visual research I presented to the design team were from this world. This idea, like many, evolved over the process as it became clear through the staging that there needed to be a contrast to the bold statements of the European style. It was difficult to give up some of the more dramatic ideas I had in favor of a more realistic feeling for many scenes. However, it became clear later in the process that the more realistic scenes served to highlight and enhance the moments where we were freer to make bolder choices. What had initially attracted my interest to the European research was the typically strong color statements. However, in the final product of Measure for Measure, bold color statements did not prove to be appropriate choices for most scenes. Nevertheless, the European influence on the lighting design was still very clear, particularly in the use of differing color temperatures and changing angles. These first four images which are exhibited in Appendix One, A-1 through A-4, are representative of the types of images that I accessed early in the design process and serve as examples of the European style of design discussed earlier. There are several common themes throughout these images that were very striking and ultimately informed some of the design decisions the team made later on in the process. The primary concepts represented in these images are; the lack of artificially textured light, the sources are pure and unfiltered, and there is no use of patterned light. This idea of utilizing un-textured light resonated with the director, Dr. 10

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Remshardt, and was discussed in the lighting design from the earliest design meetings. There is a large amount of texture in each of the images represented. This texture is created through the interplay of the light with the physical space through the use of apertures, as well as the textured surfaces of the scenery. This concept also resonated with myself, Mr. Frank, and Dr. Remshardt and was incorporated into the lighting design as well. The final idea that influenced the lighting design was the bold simplicity of the lighting in each image, particularly in contrast to the typically complex imagery expressed in popular American style theatre. The lighting looks represented in each of the four images contains only a few light fixtures that work together in harmony to achieve a depth of expression through extreme simplicity. That concept became a ruling idea throughout the lighting design. Research by Scene For each scene in Measure for Measure, an image was located to use as a starting place for discussions about the lighting treatment for that particular scene and were compiled into a single document as a means to communicate ideas to the rest of the design team in a visual way. Act 1 Scene 1 The image shown in Appendix A Plate 5, depicts a man sitting at a conference table in a nondescript office building. What drew me to this image is the ubiquity of conference rooms like this, as well as the colder feeling that the light has, which is a result of the higher color temperature light fixtures often used in office buildings similar to the one in the image. This image also features a relative lack of shadows which is something that worked well conceptually to serve as a contrast to the bohemian area on the lower level that was both warmer in color and 11

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more angular and shadowed. This image also served as inspiration for the fluorescent practicals that were mounted in the office space on the ceiling of the technical ledge. Act 1 Scene 2 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 7, depicts a warehouse style space with very warm amber light streaming in from the ceiling. The warmth of the image, as well as the angular nature of the light entering the space, which makes the image appear simultaneously inviting but still somewhat mysterious and a little edgy, was inspiring. This proved to be an interesting starting point for the introduction to Mistress Overdone and Pompey. Act 1 Scene 3 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 7, features the interior of a room with light entering through a doorway. The color of the light and the strong aperture that shaped the light is what drew me to this image. The overall quality of the image spoke very strongly to the sanctity and mystery of a monastery. Act 1 Scene 4 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 8, depicts a room and features a very large window with daylight streaming into it. The common theme of light through an aperture is present in this image as well and highlights the natural shape of the set. In the final cueing, much of the inspiration from this image was not utilized in favor of a more isolated atmosphere. Act One Scene Four eventually carried a similar feeling to that of the previous scene. Act 2 Scene 1 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 9, is what appears to be an exhibition hall or type of commercial space. What was interesting about this image is the very high color temperature of 12

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all the lighting, as well as the intersecting lanes of significantly brighter light on both the walls and the floor. The lighting of Measure for Measure borrowed heavily from this image's sense of color temperature. Act Two Scene One is a moment of very high drama and the high color temperature of this image helped inspire the overall look of the scene. Act 2 Scenes 2 and 4 and Act 4 Scene 4 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 10, shows a living room of potentially an apartment with a view of a large body of water. There are large floor-to-ceiling windows that allow a large amount of natural light to stream into the space. Inspiration was derived from the diffuse nature of the light entering the space and how the windows define the limits of the space, but the light is able to defy those borders. Act 2 Scene 3 and Act 4 Scenes 2 and 3 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 11, features two people standing in a large room who are only lit by what appears to be a single light source that is placed out of frame. This image really pushed the design to bring the angle of the theatrical lighting for the prison scene down very low in vertical space. The key light for this scene was sourced from approximately seven feet to help reinforce the high drama of the prison scenes. Act 3 Scene 1 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 12, shows several men standing in archways that have light passing through them, silhouetting the men. This image helped inspire a series of set mounts that were located underneath the main platform in the entrance way to the prison. These set mount lights helped achieve a look similar to this research image and were very effective in reinforcing the idea that the prison was an austere environment. 13

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Act 3 Scene 2 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 13, features several trees along a road with afternoon sunlight passing through the trees. This scene in Measure for Measure takes place on the street in front of the prison, but is a rather comic scene. This image helped form the atmosphere that maintained the gravity of the scenes on either side of it while still allowing the comedy to occur in a lighter environment. Act 4 Scene 1 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 14, features a strong shaft of light hitting two performers on a stage. Inspiration was drawn from both the warmth of the light as well as the strong angular statement the light creates on the floor. The image inspired the lighting for this scene that takes place in the Bohemian's area at extreme down stage right. The light has a warmth and energy that was characteristic to the bohemians throughout the show while the angle of the light helps to reinforce the conspiratorial nature of this scene. Act 5 Scenes 1+2 The image shown in Appendix A, Plate 14, features a woman standing in a dining room that is lit exclusively by a fluorescent chandelier. The key idea from this image is the otherworldliness of the environment. It is comprised of many familiar and understandable elements; there are chairs, a person, and a chandelier, but all of these elements in concert form a disconcerting and foreign landscape. This image became an avenue to handle the unsettled ending of the play in Act Five, by providing familiar elements juxtaposed against a quality that is not entirely satisfying. The duke returns and supposedly resolves all conflicts and yet the spectator is left wanting a true resolution. 14

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CHAPTER 4 THE DESIGN PROCESS The design process was rather smooth for Measure for Measure and the design team maintained a collegial environment even throughout the more stressful portions of the technical rehearsals. There were a series of design meetings in the late spring of 2012, as well as several informal lunch meetings with the design team and Dr. Remshardt. Upon returning to campus in the fall, much of the set was already constructed and installed in the Black Box Theatre. Unfortunately, there were some discrepancies between the build drawings provided and what was physically installed in the theatre. However, for the most part, the team was able to work around these changes. The rehearsal process went very smoothly with very few bumps along the way that were easily dealt with through friendly collaboration. By the end of the process everyone on the team felt that Measure for Measure was a product the entire team could be very proud of. Design Meetings The first design meeting for Measure for Measure was held on February 15, 2012. This meeting was somewhat informal because the director, Dr. Remshardt, was stepping in as the interim Director of the School of Theatre and Dance and was unable to focus his full attention on the production until later in the spring semester. Despite Dr. Remshardt's busy schedule, this meeting still proved to be very productive and allowed the design team to hear his initial thoughts on how this production would be approached. Dr. Remshardt focused on presenting both why he wanted to direct this play, as well as what he thought the first steps should be to conceptualize Measure for Measure Dr. Remshardt informed the team that he would be significantly editing the existing text to help bring the central story into clearer focus, as well as 15

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the practical consideration of shrinking the cast size to a manageable and appropriate size. The team also discussed how Measure for Measure is considered a problem play' in that it does not conform to the traditional romantic comedy structure that many of the Shakespearean comedies follow. He explained how Measure for Measure really is not a comedy, but is in fact a near tragedy that is balanced by the comedic elements. Dr. Remshardt explained how he wanted the speech and cadence of the actors to sound modern and that our production would not be in a specific period, but rather contemporarily conceived'. Dr. Remshardt offered the idea that Measure for Measure could be set in an early nineteen sixties madmenesque' world. Dr. Remshadt was particularly interested in advertising of the period and how it relates to the artifice displayed throughout Measure for Measure Dr. Remshardt was also interested in how the advertising of the sixties had a glossy and artificial feeling and contained many iconic visual metaphors. Dr. Remshardt also noted that advertising can distract its audience from the moral realities of their time, which proved to be a guiding concept to consider given the moral complexities presented in Measure for Measure Our later design meetings primarily centered around discussing and finalizing the costume and scenic designs. During these other design meetings, I offered additional research images that could potentially have bearing on what the lighting could ultimately look like. However, it was difficult to contribute significantly until the scenic and costume designs were in a more finalized state. During the design meeting process there were also some research images that featured really intriguing chandeliers and I offered to the team that Measure for Measure could also have a chandelier. Ms. Katie Hipshman did a significant amount of visual research on multiple options for chandeliers that would work within Mr. Frank's scenic design. Ultimately, 16

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we decided to combine several elements from multiple types of chandeliers into a new design that was more unique to our production. Throughout the process, the core design team met for several informal lunch meetings where many of the key design decisions were made outside of the formal design meeting system. These meetings proved to be extremely effective in facilitating collaboration amongst the team. These informal meeting served as additional times to ensure that each design area was still on the same page about the overall aesthetic of the show. These meetings also allowed the presentation of additional imagery to Dr. Remshardt and allowed the team to discuss in depth what elements of each image were relevant to Measure for Measure These conversations were critical in establishing a more informal understanding of each of our own artistic sensibilities, which was essential later in the process. Unfortunately, these meetings could only continue through the end of the spring semester and communication began to fall off over the summer as much of the team, myself included, were out of town working for the summer. Discussions with the Director I had worked with Dr. Remshardt on a production the previous year as the sound designer, which allowed us to already know what to expect from one another in a collaboration. I believe Dr. Remshardt trusted that when he made a request of something or asked for a change to an existing light cue, I was able to execute his request without any difficulty. This allowed us to work very well together and, never once, were we unable to come to an understanding about an aspect of the lighting design. A major success of this process was the extensive use of pre-visualization software to show Dr. Remshardt exactly what was going to be on stage before a single light fixture was 17

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hung. There were several meetings with Dr. Remshardt in which he was shown light cues on a three-dimensional model of the set which prevented any misunderstanding about what was intended for a scene or moment. It was extremely helpful to be able to discuss a light cue with a director in the comfort of their office over a month before opening and make changes to a light cue in real time. Utilizing this software removed much of the stress associated with showing a director lighting cues for the first time, because by the time the light cues were programmed into the lighting console, both of us had already seen a very close representation in the virtual world. This also made the cueing process considerably shorter because we were already ahead of schedule before the lights were even turned on and it became a simple matter of making minor adjustments to intensities to achieve the desired atmosphere. Overall Concept By the end of the formal design meeting process, our team was comfortable with the visual direction that the show was heading. The entire team agreed that a nineteen sixties visual sensibility in both the set and costume designs would serve the play well. The idea of advertisements whitewashing the moral undercurrents of the period would work very well in the context of Angelo's own moral corruption. At the end of the formal design meeting phase, much of the early research into a European aesthetic had been abandoned in favor of a more piece appropriate semi-realism, coupled with touches of period appropriate practical light fixtures that would much better serve the visual world that the set and costumes were creating. Mentor Guidance Professor Kaye and I have always had a good relationship and that was cemented as a part of this process. By this point in my career at the University of Florida, Professor Kaye 18

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trusted me as a designer and felt that he did not have to be as deeply involved in the design process as he normally would have to be. It was a wonderful feeling to know that he trusts me to do what I need to put on a successful design. Moreover, I trusted that I could go to him for advice at any point and I often did seek his guidance in dealing with some of the finer points of the design. Professor Kaye was very involved in helping to solve how to achieve a specific look I wanted to achieve in the fifth act and he helped design a system of linear LED's that alleviated a clearance issue that could not be solved any other way. I also feel like I owe Professor Kaye a debt of gratitude for pushing me to learn and apply my knowledge of WYSWYG pre-visualization software on this project. When initially learning the program in graduate lighting class, I resisted utilizing it because of the poor user-interface design. However, Professor Kaye was able to see the incredible strengths of the program despite its user interface problems and really pushed me to work hard to learn the program. By the time I began working on Measure for Measure, it became clear it was very critical to utilize previsualization to communicate design ideas to Dr. Remshardt because of the truncated tech process. The overall success of the lighting design can be directly attributed to being able to previsualize the entire design ahead of time. Design Choices Much of what a lighting designer does is react to the given circumstances around them and this production was no different. For example, the costume design for the disguised Duke featured a wide brimmed hat which forced the lighting to include a low angle front light system that would be capable of getting light under the brim of the hat. During our design meetings, I did not contribute substantially to the discussions about the set and costumes, except when it was 19

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needed to avoid a potential conflict with lighting positions. During the early process, my largest contribution was pushing for and helping to design the chandelier that was featured in the fifth act. Unfortunately, this did become a bit of a problem in the final design when the entire set was too far upstage to allow adequate room to shoot light through apertures in the shutter units. This issue could have been easily avoided if I had pushed more adamantly for there to be room to allow for this major lighting idea. This failure is partly due to my own personality and is something that will require me to be more proactive in the early process to ensure that lighting has a say in the overall outcome. 20

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CHAPTER 5 THE EXECUTION OF THE PRODUCTION Budget Allocation The budget was a major challenge on this production, largely because there was no budget going into this process. This was largely due to the transition from an Interim Director of the School of Theatre and Dance to the permanent director, Dr. Dickey. As such, all of the budgeting systems were in a transitory state while Measure for Measure was in production. On past productions, I was given a budget for color and templates and have often had other larger purchases approved by Professor Kaye, as needed. At the beginning of the fall it seemed as though the budget would be treated similar to how it typically had been in the past and as a result, I requested additional money to purchase the linear LED's needed for the upstage wall lighting. Professor Kaye approved the budget allocation and the linear LED's were purchased. The LED's were purchased early in the semester in order to allow adequate time for the LED's to arrive and be installed behind the upstage wall. Because this installation would take a significant amount of labor, I pushed to get the LED's ordered early in the process. Only after this money was already spent was I informed that my budget was eight hundred dollars and that I was over budget before I had spent any money on the other elements necessary for Measure for Measure Unfortunately, there were many other practical light fixtures that needed to be purchased, as well as needing to order color media. Fortunately, all of the color was pulled from our stock. Never the less, the issue of the remaining practicals remained a concern for a period of time, until I purchased them myself so that they would be able to be used in the show. I refused to let a misunderstanding and miscommunication about the budget damage the design, as well as not deliver on important items to the director and the other designers. 21

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Paper Tech Paper tech was straightforward and uneventful. Unfortunately, Dr. Remshardt was unavailable to attend, but the stage manager, sound designer, and I met to book all of the cues for the production. By this point in the process, the cue list was completed so that it was very easy and straightforward to communicate the placement of all of the lighting cues. The majority of the lighting cues were structural in nature and placement, meaning that most of the cues occurred at the beginning or end of a scene. The trickiest cues to figure out were a handful of cues that needed to be called off of actions of multiple actors, which provided a challenge to a young stage manager that would have preferred to call all the cues off of spoken lines. Technical Rehearsal Our first technical rehearsal began with a full cue-to-cue of the entire show to ensure that the look and feel of each light cue was appropriate to the action on the stage and provided enough illumination to the actor's faces. Because of the extensive pre-visualization work that was completed before the first technical rehearsal, very little time was devoted to the actual aesthetic of each cue. Most of the rehearsal was spent adjusting the light levels to provide enough light on the actors faces, which was a result of setting the initial lighting levels without actors onstage. Unfortunately, there was no way to work around pre-setting levels without people so approximations of intensities with a blank stage were taken and adjustments made in the cueto-cue rehearsal. Fortunately, these adjustments were executed efficiently and we were able to proceed through the whole show in the allotted time with little problem. 22

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Dress Rehearsals The dress rehearsals proceeded with little issue. The biggest challenge encountered throughout the dress rehearsals was adjusting the lighting to accommodate the wide brimmed hat that the duke wore when he was disguised as the Friar. Even though this challenge was planned and the design contained a system of light that should have been able to eliminate most of the shadow on the Duke's face from the hat brim, it did not completely work as intended and was a challenge for the remainder of the dress rehearsals. What made the hat so difficult was that by increasing the intensity of the low front light system to sufficient level to eliminate most of the shadow, the resulting change to the overall light cue caused it to be washed out and lose all sense of depth and sculpting. This issue with the hat was never completely solved to my satisfaction, however, we did the best we could. In the tech table meeting after the first dress, it was discussed whether Mr. Cope, who played the Duke, could push the hat a farther back on his head to allow more of the other lighting systems to shoot under the brim of the hat. Pushing the hat back helped alleviate some of the problem, but did not eliminate it. Opening Night By the opening night of Measure for Measure, the entire team was very pleased with the product we were preparing to present to the public. Fortunately, after the final dress rehearsal on Thursday night, there were no more changes needed to the lighting cues. It can be very nerve wracking to make any changes to the cue stack without another rehearsal to test run them before an audience sees them. However, this was not an issue on Measure for Measure Overall, the production was very well received and in the lobby after the show I only heard very positive 23

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CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION Commentary Overall, this was one of the stronger productions that the University of Florida has staged in recent memory. This is largely due to clarity of vision and deep theatrical knowledge that Dr. Remshardt brought to the process, as well as his deep scholarly understanding of Shakespeare. This was one of the lower stress projects that I have worked on and there were no major conflicts of any kind throughout the process. My only criticism of the show was that, as a team, we could have taken some of our ideas further and pushed the bounds of the production a bit further. We could have been a bit more conceptual in our approach to the staging and the interaction of the characters. With such an interesting set, the interaction and action of the characters felt like it could have been abstracted a bit more from the American realism that many of the actors are accustomed to working with on other productions. Self Evaluation I felt like this project was a culmination of everything that I have learned while in graduate school. The thing I am most proud of showcasing is my newfound understanding of the subtle use of color temperature. I felt that I very effectively utilized variations of color temperature to highlight changing emotion while maintaining an overarching visual sensibility in the light cues. I do wish that I had been more forceful in describing my needs in the early design meetings, which would have alleviated many issues later in the process. I also need to focus more on communicating with my director and my team more proactively and more effectively. There was a distinct drop in communication throughout the entire summer break and I could have been more proactive in communicating to keep the conversation going throughout that time. 25

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I also feel that I need to communicate with the director more regularly throughout the early design process to further facilitate establishing a common understanding and visual language. Overall, though, I am very very proud of the work that I have done at the University of Florida and I truly believe that Measure for Measure was a showcase for all of the skills that I have honed in my time here, as well as displaying the depth of knowledge commensurate with a graduate level education. 26

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APPENDIX A RESEARCH IMAGES 27

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Image A-1 (Henderson, Mark Don Giovanni-Glyndebourne 2010. Accessed March 2012) Image A-2 (Henderson, Mark Marguerite-Tokyo 2009. Accessed March 2012) 28

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Image A-3 ( GštterdŠmmerung OpŽra National du Rhin. Accessed April 2012) Image A-4 (Keller, Max. Light Fantastic: The Art and Design of Stage Lighting Munich: Prestel, 1999.) 29

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Image A-5 (Brand New Images. Portrait of Business Man Working Late Accessed April 2012) Image A-6 ( Rinaldo at Glyndebourne Accessed March 2012) 30

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Image A-7 (Henderson, Mark. Playboy of the Western World-National Theatre. Accessed March 2012) Image A-8 (Henderson, Mark. After The DanceNT 2010. Accessed March 2012) 31

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Image A-9 (Floresco Productions. Empty Warehouse. Accessed April 2012) Image A-10 (Soleil, Zia. Sparse Modernist Living Room. Accessed March 2012) 32

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Image A-11 (Didwiszus, Rufus. Louis+Bebe. Accessed March 2012) Image A-14 (Godet, Jean-Christophe. France, Treelined Country Road. Accessed April 2012) 33

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Image A-15 ( Google Image Search Result. Accessed April 2012) 34

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Image B-1 Top of Show Photo by: Ryan Bible 36

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Scene Breakdown Measure for Measure Scene Breakdown School of Theatre and Dance February 4, 2013 11:04 AM Page 1 of 3 Direction: Ralf Remshardt Act/Scene Script Location Actual Set Location Action Image Act 1 Act 1 Act 1 Act 1 Act 1 Act 1 Scene 1 Duke's Palace Upstairs Office Duke imbues Angelo with his princely power to enforce laws in his absence. Act 1 Scene 2 A Street Extreme DR Mistress Overdone and Pompey discuss Claudio being arrested. Claudio and Provost enter and discuss the charges against him. Act 1 Scene 3 Monastery Tech Ledge West The duke explains why he actually didn't go to poland Act 1 Scene 4 Nunnery SR Raised Platform Lucio shows up to convince Isabella to plead Claudio's case to Angelo Act 2 Act 2 Act 2 Act 2 Act 2 Scene Breakdown 56

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! Measure for Measure Scene Breakdown School of Theatre and Dance February 4, 2013 11:04 AM Page 2 of 3 Direction: Ralf Remshardt Act/Scene Script Location Actual Set Location Action Image Act 2 Scene 1 Angelo's House Upstairs/transition to main platform Escala attempts to dissuade Angelo, Pompey makes a fool of Elbow Act 2 Scene 2 Another part of the house Upstairs Office Isabella attempts to dissuade Angelo with Lucio assisting Act 2 Scene 3 Prison DR Garage Duke shows up to the prison to begin laying the groundwork for his plot Act 2 Scene 4 Angelo's House Upstairs Office Angelo is informs Isabella that if she wants to save her brother she has to sleep with him. Act 3 Act 3 Act 3 Act 3 Act 3 Act 3 Scene 1 Prison DR Garage The duke visits Claudio; Claudio tries to convince Isabella to sleep with Angelo to save him Act 3 Scene 2 In front of Prison DS lane Lucio unwittingly insults the Duke Act 4 Act 4 Act 4 Act 4 Act 4 57

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! Measure for Measure Scene Breakdown School of Theatre and Dance February 4, 2013 11:04 AM Page 3 of 3 Direction: Ralf Remshardt Act/Scene Script Location Actual Set Location Action Image Act 4 Scene 1 St. Luke's Extreme DR The duke lays out the plan for Mariana and Isabella Act 4 Scene 2 Prison Main Platform Duke learns of Angelo's precise instructions and who Bernadine is. Act 4 Scene 3 More Prison Main Platform Duke sends the pirates head instead of Claudio; Isabella thinks Claudio has been executed. Act 4 Scene 4 Angelo's House Main Platform Duke gets everything in position for Act 5 Act 5 Act 5 Act 5 Act 5 Act 5 Act 5 Scene 1 City Gate Full Stage All is revealed and made right by the duke 58

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Magic Sheet Jail Bulb: 175 Jail Fresnel: 176 Pit Stairs: 177 Stair/Mic: 181+182 Spiral Bottom: 191 Spiral Top: 192 Spiral Toplight: 193 Spiral Middle: 194 Top Low Platforrm Side: 211 Bot Low Platform Side: 212 Mic Front Special: 183 Ofce Side --> 184 A1 S3 Side: 185 Bohemian Back: 186 Jail Jr Under TLW: 187 Fl uorescents SL: 230 C: 231 SR: 232 House Lights: 200 200 Back 197 198 195 196 199 Side 3 2 1 4 5 8 7 6 9 10 13 12 11 14 15 17 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 47 50 48 45 46 49 51 81 82 83 84 87 88 85 86 89 91 92 93 94 97 98 95 96 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 141 144 147 142 150 148 145 143 146 149 151 152 153 154 161 162 163 172 171 173 174 186 187 232 231 230 Fluorescents VECTORWORKS EDUCATIONAL VERSION VECTORWORKS EDUCATIONAL VERSION 59

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Lighting Plot TYPICAL: Template Color Unit Number Dimmer Channel 5 392 33 R: 3202 T: 77989 Staff Info Plate Title Where when Drafted by revision History Date: 8/23/2012 Plate: of 2 Scale: 3/8" = 1'-0" Lighting Design Ryan Bible Direction: Ralf Remshardt ALD: Katie Hipschman Scene Design: Jaime Frank RLD: Stan Kaye Production Electrician: Todd Bedell McGuire Black Box Theatre KEY: September 14-23 2012 Drafted By: Ryan Bible Revision History: VERSION 1: 2/3/11 RLB This drawing represents design intent and concept only The designer and assistant designers are responsible for the visual aspects of the production only It is understood that all applications relate solely to the appearance of the design and not to matters of safety or structural suitability The implementation of the design must comply with the most stringent applicable federal and local safety and fire codes The designers are not qualified to determine electrical or structural appropriateness of the design and will not assume responsibility for damages resulting from improper engineering and/or implementation in the handling of this design The designers agree to make alterations to any specifications found to be incompatible with proper safety precautions Source 4 19deg 575W HPL NOTES: All instruments on 18 centers or multiples unless otherwise noted Instruments to be yoked 90 degrees from down unless otherwise noted All units recieve saftey cable color frame & c-clamp unless otherwise noted All color templates & accesories shall be drop ped prior to the first focus call R : Ros co G : Gam N/C : No Color T : Template Dimmers assigned by Master Electrician at load-in Master Electrician to provide blue light backstage prior to first tech Please provide barn doors and top hats at focus Please have extra silk and frost on hand at focus Console shall be a Strand 530i to be located in the light booth during the run 1 Light Plot and Details Source 4 26deg 575W HPL Source 4 36deg 575W HPL Source 4 50deg 575W HPL Berkey 30deg 1kW FEL z Source 4 Jr 25-50deg Zoom 575W HPL Colortran 8" Fresnel 1Kw BVT Source 4 PAR 575W HPL Source 4 PARNEL 575W HPL PAR 64 MFL 1kW FFR Bay 1 Bay 2 Bay 3 Bay 4 Bay 5 Bay 6 Bay 7 Bay 8 Bay 9 Please Note: Top Pipes on Catwalks are exploded for clarity Tech Ledge Unistrut North Tech Ledge Unistrut West Under Grid Pipe West Under Grid Pipe East R 3409 491 4 R3206 1 3 R3206 6 1 R3206 2 2 R3206 7 2 R3206 3 1 R3206 8 4 R3206 4 3 R3206 9 1 R3206 5 2 R3206 10 2 R3206 11 1 R3206 16 1 R3206 12 1 R3206 13 1 R3206 17 3 R3206 14 2 R3206 18 1 R3206 15 1 R3206 19 1 R3206 20 10 R3214 31 7 R3214 32 5 R3214 33 4 R3214 34 1 R3214 35 1 R78 41 1 R78 42 1 R78 43 2 R78 44 2 R78 45 2 R78 46 1 R78 47 2 R78 48 1 R78 49 2 R78 50 2 R78 51 9 R3214 36 8 R3214 37 6 R3214 38 3 R3214 39 2 R3214 40 6 R89 153 5 R89 154 1 R89 152 2 R3204 23 z 3 R3206 192 z 2 R3206 191 1 R3202 193 R317 174 1 R3206 181 1 R3206 182 1 R365 91 2 R365 92 1 R365 93 2 R365 94 2 R365 95 1 R365 96 3 R365 97 1 R365 98 2 R365 99 2 R3206 21 1 R316 100 2 R316 173 4 N/C 171 5 N/C 172 Fixture mounted to under tech ledge pipe Fixture mounted to under tech ledge pipe Fixture mounted to under tech ledge pipe 1 R3202 121 4 R3202 122 2 R3202 123 3 R3202 124 1 R3202 125 2 R3202 126 4 R3202 127 2 R3202 128 1 R3202 129 3 R3202 130 1 R316 81 2 R316 82 1 R316 84 1 R316 85 2 R316 86 3 R316 83 3 R316 87 3 R316 88 4 R316 89 3 N/C 141 4 N/C 143 4 N/C 144 2 N/C 142 1 N/C 145 5 N/C 146 2 N/C 147 1 N/C 148 3 N/C 149 1 N/C 150 4 N/C 151 1 R3204 24 1 R365 161 2 R365 162 3 R365 163 3 R365 101 1 R365 102 2 R365 103 2 R365 104 1 R365 105 4 R365 106 1 R365 107 1 R365 108 2 R365 109 1 R365 110 3 R365 111 1 R365 112 2 R365 113 2 R365 114 1 R365 115 1 R3206 194 175 5 197 6 198 1 R3206 183 4 196 3 195 3 R78 52 2 N/C 140 Fixture mounted to under tech ledge pipe Boom on Deck Boom on Tech Ledge 200 1 R3206 184 R317 186 499 499 499 1 R 3409 492 230 230 231 232 232 2 R3208 185 z R119 187 R3206 183 Boom on Tech Ledge 203 W S N E Fixture Type Stock Used Remaining Source 4 19deg Source 4 26deg Source 4 36deg Source 4 50deg Berkey Colortran Source 4 Jr Shakespeare 8" Fresnel Source 4 PAR Source 4 PARnel PAR 64 Scoops 5 20 20 13 35 6 3 13 4 13 10 7 4 20 19 13 25 3 2 12 2 12 10 0 1 0 1 0 10 3 1 1 2 1 0 7 Inventory 9'-0 3/8" 9" 9" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 8'-2" 9" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 1'-4" 9" 4'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0" Revised LED Shutter Layout 8/29/12 11 11/16" 18'-0 3/16" 1x4 LED boards suspended from tech ledge Mount at heigth appropriate to each shutter unit Grid Cloth mounted to backside of shutter units SL Deck Boom z 1 R3208 211 z 2 R3208 212 R02 177 176 z 1 199 Tech Ledge North East Boom VECTORWORKS EDUCATIONAL VERSION VECTORWORKS EDUCATIONAL VERSION 60

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Instrument Schedule INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 1 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 3 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area O Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 11 (115) 2 Area N Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 13 (114) 3 Area J Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 15 (130) Bay 2 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area I Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 6 (129) 2 Area M Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 7 (113) Bay 1 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area L Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 1 (112) 2 Area H Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 2 (128) 3 Area K Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 5 (111) 4 Area G Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 3 (127) 5 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 4 (154) 6 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 17 (153) Bay 3 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area J Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 43 (110) 2 Area I Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 38 (109) Bay 2 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area H Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 29 (108) Bay 1 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area G Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 23 (107) 2 Area K Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 50 (140) 3 Area K Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 25 (52) 4 Area F Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 16 (106) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 3 North Bottom thru Bay 1 Span Pipe 62

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 2 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 6 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area E Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 71 (105) 2 Area D Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 72 (104) Bay 5 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area E Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 68 (125) 2 Area C Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 70 (103) 3 Area D Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 69 (124) Bay 4 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area B Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 61 (102) 2 Area C Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 62 (123) 3 Area A Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 65 (101) 4 Area B Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 64 (122) Tech Ledge East U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 208 (161) 2 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 207 (162) 3 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 206 (163) Bay 3 West Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area N Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 40 (49) 2 Area R Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 37 (51) 3 Area N Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 39 (149) 4 Area R Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 36 (151) Bay 2 North Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area Q Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 9 (150) 2 Area Q Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 10 (50) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 6 North Bottom thru Bay 2 North Top 63

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 3 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 2 South Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area M Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 54 (148) 2 Area M Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 55 (48) Bay 1 East Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area L top 8" Fres 1kw R78 22 (47) 2 Area L top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 21 (147) Bay 6 West Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area D Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 100 (43) 2 Area I Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 97 (46) 3 Spiral Stair Top Face Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3206 99 (192) 4 Area D Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 98 (143) 5 Area I Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 96 (146) Bay 5 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area H Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 94 (145) 2 Area H Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 87 (45) Bay 5 South Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area C Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 115 (42) 2 Area C Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 114 (142) Bay 4 East Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 2 Area G Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 83 (44) 3 Area B Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 82 (141) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 2 South Top thru Bay 4 East Top 64

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 4 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 3 East Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Lane 2
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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 5 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Tech Ledge West U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Lane 1 -> Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 78 (91) 1 Office front Source 4 36 575w R3206 239 (184) 2 TL West Side Source 4 50deg 575w R3208 226 (185) 2 Lane 2 -> Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 49 (94) 3 Lane 3 -> Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 47 (97) 4 Prison Frontish Side Light Source 4 50deg 575w N/C 279 (171) 5 Hippie Frontish Side Source 4 50deg 575w 230 (197) 5 Prison Side Light Source 4 50deg 575w N/C 278 (172) 6 Hippie Frontish Side Source 4 50deg 575w 229 (198) Unter Tech Ledge West Unistrut U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Tech Ledge R Side Source 4 50deg 575w R316 231 (100) Bay 2 West Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Lane 2 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 30 (96) 2 Lane 3 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 28 (99) Bay 1 West Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Billboard Practical 238 (307) 1 Lane 3 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 18 (98) Bay 1 West Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 19 (152) 2 Lane 2 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 20 (95) Bay 5 West Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Lane 1 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 86 (93) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Tech Ledge West thru Bay 5 West Bottom 66

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 6 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 4 West Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Stair/Mic Special Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 77 (181) 2 Lane 1 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 76 (92) Bay 6 East Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Spiral Stair Top Source 4 50deg 575w R3202 102 (193) Bay 6 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area O Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 118 (15) 3 Area N Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 117 (14) Unter Tech Ledge North Unistrut U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Office Backlight S4 PAR WFL 192 (200) Tech Ledge South U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area E Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 211 (35) 1 Spiral Stair Middle Face Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 221 (194) 2 Area O Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 212 (40) 3 Area N Front FIll Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 213 (39) 4 Area D Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 214 (34) 5 Area C Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 216 (33) 6 Area M Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 217 (38) 7 Area B Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 222 (32) 8 Area L Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 223 (37) 9 Area K Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 224 (36) 10 Area A Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 225 (31) Bay 7 East Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area T Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 141 (20) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 4 West Bottom thru Bay 7 East Bottom 67

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 7 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 3 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area S Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 60 (19) 2 Area R Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 56 (18) Bay 2 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area Q Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 51 (17) Bay 5 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Act Five front Fill Shakespeare 30 R3206 113 (183) 1 Area M Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 111 (13) Bay 4 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area L Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 110 (12) 2 Area K Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 109 (11) Bay 1 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area P Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 46 (16) Bay 9 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area E Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 180 (5) 2 Area J Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 179 (10) 3 Area I Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 177 (9) 4 Area D Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 176 (4) Bay 8 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area H Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 171 (8) 2 Area C Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 175 (3) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 3 South Bottom thru Bay 8 South Bottom 68

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 8 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 7 South Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Area B Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 170 (2) 2 Area G Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 168 (7) 3 Area F Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 166 (6) 4 Area A Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 167 (1) Bay 6 South Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 2 Spiral Stair Bottom Face Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3206 116 (191) Bay 4 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan VL 1000 1kw R 3409 (491) 1 Area B Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 81 (41) Bay 4 East Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 4 Area G Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C 84 (144) Deck SR U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Up Jail Stairs Special 6" Fres 750w R02 242 (177) Under Tech Ledge West U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Hippie Backlight S4 PAR WFL 575w R317 280 (174) Bay 8 South Top U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 Stair/Mic Special Front Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 172 (183) SL Deck Boom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 SL Deck Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3208 251 (211) 2 SL Deck Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3208 252 (212) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 7 South Bottom thru SL Deck Boom 69

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 9 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Bay 1 East Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 2 Nunnery Side Source 4 50deg 575w R316 24 (173) Tech Ledge NE Boom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 TL North Office Sidelight Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w 196 (199) Under Tech Ledge West Unistrut U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Hippie Back/Side S4 PAR WFL 575w R317 276 (186) Jail Frontish Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R119 275 (187) Bay 9 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan House Light L 10" Scoop 400w 135 (499) Bay 8 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan House Light C 10" Scoop 400w 130 (499) Bay 7 North Bottom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan House Light R 10" Scoop 400w 125 (499) Bay 6 Span Pipe U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 1 VL 1000 1kw R 3409 (492) Under TL North U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Office Overhead Special 189 (230) Office Overhead Special 189 (230) Office Overhead Special 186 (231) Office Overhead Special 188 (232) Office Overhead Special 188 (232) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Bay 1 East Bottom thru Under TL North 70

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INSTRUMENT SCHEDULE Page 10 of 10 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Tech Ledge North U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan 2 Office -> Face Source 4 50deg 575w R3204 240 (23) Under Jail Garage U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Jail Special 3" Fresnel 100w 277 (176) Upstage Shutter Panel U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Billboard Practical 235 (305) Billboard Practical 234 (304) Billboard Practical 184 (303) Billboard Practical 182 (302) Billboard Practical 237 (306) Billboard Practical Microfill 181 (301) Bay 5 U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan Chandelier (201) TL West Boom U# Purpose Inst Type & Access & Watt Ck C Color Gobo Gsi Dm Chan TL Office Side Source 4 36deg 184 (203) University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Tech Ledge North thru TL West Boom 71

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Channel Hookup CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 1 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (1) 167 Bay 7 South Bottom 4 Area A Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (2) 170 Bay 7 South Bottom 1 Area B Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (3) 175 Bay 8 South Bottom 2 Area C Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (4) 176 Bay 9 South Bottom 4 Area D Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (5) 180 Bay 9 South Bottom 1 Area E Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (6) 166 Bay 7 South Bottom 3 Area F Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (7) 168 Bay 7 South Bottom 2 Area G Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (8) 171 Bay 8 South Bottom 1 Area H Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (9) 177 Bay 9 South Bottom 3 Area I Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (10) 179 Bay 9 South Bottom 2 Area J Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (11) 109 Bay 4 South Bottom 2 Area K Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (12) 110 Bay 4 South Bottom 1 Area L Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (13) 111 Bay 5 South Bottom 1 Area M Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (14) 117 Bay 6 South Bottom 3 Area N Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (15) 118 Bay 6 South Bottom 1 Area O Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (16) 46 Bay 1 South Bottom 1 Area P Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (17) 51 Bay 2 South Bottom 1 Area Q Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (18) 56 Bay 3 South Bottom 2 Area R Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (19) 60 Bay 3 South Bottom 1 Area S Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (20) 141 Bay 7 East Bottom 1 Area T Front Source 4 26deg 575w R3206 (21) 93 Bay 5 East Bottom 2 Tech Ledge R Front Source 4 36deg 575w R3206 (23) 240 Tech Ledge North 2 Office -> Face Source 4 50deg 575w R3204 (24) 73 Bay 6 East Bottom 1 Office L Face Source 4 50deg 575w R3204 (31) 225 Tech Ledge South 10 Area A Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (32) 222 Tech Ledge South 7 Area B Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (33) 216 Tech Ledge South 5 Area C Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (34) 214 Tech Ledge South 4 Area D Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (35) 211 Tech Ledge South 1 Area E Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (36) 224 Tech Ledge South 9 Area K Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (1) thru (36) 72

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CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 2 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (37) 223 Tech Ledge South 8 Area L Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (38) 217 Tech Ledge South 6 Area M Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (39) 213 Tech Ledge South 3 Area N Front FIll Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (40) 212 Tech Ledge South 2 Area O Front Fill Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R3214 (41) 81 Bay 4 Span Pipe 1 Area B Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (42) 115 Bay 5 South Top 1 Area C Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (43) 100 Bay 6 West Top 1 Area D Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (44) 83 Bay 4 East Top 2 Area G Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (45) 87 Bay 5 Span Pipe 2 Area H Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (46) 97 Bay 6 West Top 2 Area I Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (47) 22 Bay 1 East Top 1 Area L top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (48) 55 Bay 2 South Top 2 Area M Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (49) 40 Bay 3 West Top 1 Area N Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (50) 10 Bay 2 North Top 2 Area Q Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (51) 37 Bay 3 West Top 2 Area R Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (52) 25 Bay 1 Span Pipe 3 Area K Top 8" Fres 1kw R78 (81) 95 Bay 5 East Bottom 1 Lane 1 Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (92) 76 Bay 4 West Bottom 2 Lane 1 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (93) 86 Bay 5 West Bottom 1 Lane 1 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (94) 49 Tech Ledge West 2 Lane 2 -> Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (37) thru (94) 73

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CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 3 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (95) 20 Bay 1 West Bottom 2 Lane 2 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (96) 30 Bay 2 West Bottom 1 Lane 2 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (97) 47 Tech Ledge West 3 Lane 3 -> Near Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (98) 18 Bay 1 West Top 1 Lane 3 -> Mid Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (99) 28 Bay 2 West Bottom 2 Lane 3 -> Far Source 4 36deg 575w R365 (100) 231 Unter Tech Ledge West Unistrut 1 Tech Ledge R Side Source 4 50deg 575w R316 (101) 65 Bay 4 North Bottom 3 Area A Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (102) 61 Bay 4 North Bottom 1 Area B Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (103) 70 Bay 5 North Bottom 2 Area C Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (104) 72 Bay 6 North Bottom 2 Area D Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (105) 71 Bay 6 North Bottom 1 Area E Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (106) 16 Bay 1 Span Pipe 4 Area F Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (107) 23 Bay 1 Span Pipe 1 Area G Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (108) 29 Bay 2 Span Pipe 1 Area H Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (109) 38 Bay 3 Span Pipe 2 Area I Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (110) 43 Bay 3 Span Pipe 1 Area J Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (111) 5 Bay 1 North Bottom 3 Area K Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (112) 1 Bay 1 North Bottom 1 Area L Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (113) 7 Bay 2 North Bottom 2 Area M Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (114) 13 Bay 3 North Bottom 2 Area N Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (115) 11 Bay 3 North Bottom 1 Area O Back Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (121) 79 Under Cat Pipe East-1 1 Area A Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (122) 64 Bay 4 North Bottom 4 Area B Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (123) 62 Bay 4 North Bottom 2 Area C Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (124) 69 Bay 5 North Bottom 3 Area D Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (125) 68 Bay 5 North Bottom 1 Area E Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (126) 48 Under Cat Pipe East-1 2 Area F Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (127) 3 Bay 1 North Bottom 4 Area G Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (95) thru (127) 74

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CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 4 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (128) 2 Bay 1 North Bottom 2 Area H Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (129) 6 Bay 2 North Bottom 1 Area I Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (130) 15 Bay 3 North Bottom 3 Area J Diag Back PAR 64 WFL 1kw R3202 (140) 50 Bay 1 Span Pipe 2 Area K Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (141) 82 Bay 4 East Top 3 Area B Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (142) 114 Bay 5 South Top 2 Area C Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (143) 98 Bay 6 West Top 4 Area D Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (144) 84 Bay 4 East Bottom 4 Area G Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (145) 94 Bay 5 Span Pipe 1 Area H Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (146) 96 Bay 6 West Top 5 Area I Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (147) 21 Bay 1 East Top 2 Area L top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (148) 54 Bay 2 South Top 1 Area M Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (149) 39 Bay 3 West Top 3 Area N Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (150) 9 Bay 2 North Top 1 Area Q Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (151) 36 Bay 3 West Top 4 Area R Top S4 PARnel 575w N/C (152) 19 Bay 1 West Bottom 1 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 (153) 17 Bay 1 North Bottom 6 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 (154) 4 Bay 1 North Bottom 5 Set Temp Wash Source 4 50deg 575w R89 (161) 208 Tech Ledge East 1 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (162) 207 Tech Ledge East 2 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (163) 206 Tech Ledge East 3 Low Gobo Wash Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw R365 (171) 279 Tech Ledge West 4 Prison Frontish Side Light Source 4 50deg 575w N/C (172) 278 Tech Ledge West 5 Prison Side Light Source 4 50deg 575w N/C (173) 24 Bay 1 East Bottom 2 Nunnery Side Source 4 50deg 575w R316 (174) 280 Under Tech Ledge West Hippie Backlight S4 PAR WFL 575w R317 (175) 80 Jail Bulb (176) 277 Under Jail Garage Jail Special 3" Fresnel 100w (177) 242 Deck SR Up Jail Stairs Special 6" Fres 750w R02 University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (128) thru (177) 75

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CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 5 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (181) 77 Bay 4 West Bottom 1 Stair/Mic Special Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 (182) 104 Bay 6 East Bottom 1 Stair/Mic Special Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 (183) 113 Bay 5 South Bottom Act Five front Fill Shakespeare 30 R3206 172 Bay 8 South Top 1 Stair/Mic Special Front Source 4 19deg 575w (184) 239 Tech Ledge West 1 Office front Source 4 36 575w R3206 (185) 226 Tech Ledge West 2 TL West Side Source 4 50deg 575w R3208 (186) 276 Under Tech Ledge West Unistrut Hippie Back/Side S4 PAR WFL 575w R317 (187) 275 Under Tech Ledge West Unistrut Jail Frontish Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R119 (191) 116 Bay 6 South Top 2 Spiral Stair Bottom Face Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3206 (192) 99 Bay 6 West Top 3 Spiral Stair Top Face Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3206 (193) 102 Bay 6 East Top 1 Spiral Stair Top Source 4 50deg 575w R3202 (194) 221 Tech Ledge South 1 Spiral Stair Middle Face Source 4 19deg 575w R3206 (195) 92 Bay 5 East Bottom 3 Hippie Side Special Shakespeare (196) 91 Bay 5 East Bottom 4 Hippie Side Special Shakespeare (197) 230 Tech Ledge West 5 Hippie Frontish Side Source 4 50deg 575w (198) 229 Tech Ledge West 6 Hippie Frontish Side Source 4 50deg 575w (199) 196 Tech Ledge NE Boom 1 TL North Office Sidelight Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w (200) 192 Unter Tech Ledge North Unistrut Office Backlight S4 PAR WFL (201) Bay 5 Chandelier (203) 184 TL West Boom TL Office Side Source 4 36deg (211) 251 SL Deck Boom 1 SL Deck Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3208 (212) 252 SL Deck Boom 2 SL Deck Side Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w R3208 (230) 189 Under TL North Office Overhead Special University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (181) thru (230) 76

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CHANNEL HOOKUP Page 6 of 6 4/4/13 Measure for Measure Channel Dm Position U# Purpose Type & Acc & W Color Gobo (231) 186 Under TL North Office Overhead Special (232) 188 Under TL North Office Overhead Special (301) 181 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical Microfill (302) 182 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical (303) 184 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical (304) 234 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical (305) 235 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical (306) 237 Upstage Shutter Panel Billboard Practical (307) 238 Bay 1 West Top Billboard Practical (491) Bay 4 Span Pipe VL 1000 1kw R 3409 (492) Bay 6 Span Pipe 1 VL 1000 1kw R 3409 (499) 135 Bay 9 North Bottom House Light L 10" Scoop 400w 130 Bay 8 North Bottom House Light C 125 Bay 7 North Bottom House Light R University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / Lightwright (231) thru (499) 77

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Instrument Type Count INSTRUMENT TYPE COUNT Page 1 of 1 4/4/13 Measure for Measure INSTRUMENT TYPE COUNT Qty Instrument Type Watt 28 Berkey 30ish Degree 5kw 28 Total 12 Source 4 50deg 575w 12 Total 1 S4 PAR WFL 2 S4 PAR WFL 575w 3 Total 1 Source 4 36deg 19 Source 4 36deg 575w 20 Total 10 PAR 64 WFL 1kw 10 Total 4 Source 4 19deg 575w 4 Total 6 Source 4 Jr Zoom 575w 6 Total 12 8" Fres 1kw 12 Total 20 Source 4 26deg 575w 20 Total 12 S4 PARnel 575w 12 Total 1 6" Fres 750w 1 Total 2 Shakespeare 2 Total 3 10" Scoop 400w 3 Total 1 3" Fresnel 100w 1 Total 1 Source 4 36 575w 1 Total 1 Microfill 1 Total 1 Shakespeare 30 1 Total 2 VL 1000 1kw 2 Total TOTAL LIGHTS: 139 University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / 78

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Color Count COLOR COUNT Page 1 of 3 4/4/13 Measure for Measure COLOR COUNT Color Cuts R3206 Source 4 36deg 1 cut Source 4 19deg 4 cuts Source 4 Jr Zoom 2 cuts Source 4 26deg 20 cuts Source 4 36 1 cut Shakespeare 30 1 cut Total: 29 cuts R3204 Source 4 50deg 2 cuts Total: 2 cuts R316 Source 4 50deg 2 cuts Source 4 36deg 9 cuts Total: 11 cuts R365 Berkey 30ish Degree 18 cuts Source 4 36deg 9 cuts Total: 27 cuts R317 S4 PAR WFL 2 cuts Total: 2 cuts R3202 Source 4 50deg 1 cut PAR 64 WFL 10 cuts Total: 11 cuts University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / 79

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COLOR COUNT Page 2 of 3 4/4/13 Measure for Measure R78 8" Fres 12 cuts Total: 12 cuts R89 Source 4 50deg 3 cuts Total: 3 cuts R3214 Berkey 30ish Degree 10 cuts Total: 10 cuts R02 6" Fres 1 cut Total: 1 cut R 3409 VL 1000 2 cuts Total: 2 cuts R3208 Source 4 50deg 1 cut Source 4 Jr Zoom 2 cuts Total: 3 cuts R119 Source 4 Jr Zoom 1 cut Total: 1 cut University of Florida School of Thetare and Dance / 80

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APPENDIX F PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT 81

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Source Four ¨ 19 ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series SPECIFICATIONS PHYSICAL Rugged, die cast aluminum construction Rotating shutter assembly 25 20 gauge stainless steel shutters in a tri-plane assembly Interchangeable lens tubes with smooth-running teon guides provide nine user-t eld angle options Thermally insulated rear handle High impact, thermally insulated knobs and shutter handles Two accessory slots and a top mounted, gel frame retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions P ositive locking single-clutch xture body Slot for glass or stainless steel patterns Wide accessory slot with sliding cover for motorized pattern devices or optional iris UL and cUL Listed E L E C TR ICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz High temperature 3conductor 36" leads in a glass ber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LA M P 750W maximum H P L compact tungsten lament contained in a kryptonlled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) P atented lament geometry makes for extremely efcient light collection and transmission Integral die cast aluminum heat sink lamp base O RDERIN G INFOR M ATION S ource Four MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION 419 19 ellipsoidal (black) 419-1 19 ellipsoidal (white) ETC Source Four are supplied with C-clamp, color frame and 3' (96cm) leads as standard C onnector D esignation Use Sufxes below to specify FactoryFitted Connector type MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION -A P arallel-blade U-ground connector -B Two-pin and ground, 20 amp connector -C G rounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector M Dimmer Doubling Connector (NE M A L515 P ) See back page for Source Four Accessories S P ECIFICATIONS OP T ICAL Re-optimized optical system for improved photometric performance and eld uniformity P rojector-quality, high contrast aspheric lens Optional enhanced denition lens tube available for even higher image quality. Faceted borosilicate reector with dichroic cold mirror coating removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reects greater than 95% of visible light Reector secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Lens(es) secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Tool free, positive locking X, Y and Z lamp centering adjustments, unaffected by relamping Beam edge continually adjustable hard-to-soft Interchangeable lens barrels permit selection of 5, 10, 14¡, 19, 26, 36, 50, 70¡ and 90¡ eld angles as well as 19, 26, 36, and 50 EDLT lenses 82

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P HOTO M ETRICS P hotometric data below is measured with an H P L 750W/115V 300 hr lamp. To convert data when using any other H P L lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm M F or Cd M F) for that specic lamp, listed in the Lamps table in this datasheet. For lumen data, multiply by the Lm M F. For candela or footcandle data, multiply by the Cd M F. ETC ¨ Source Four ¨ 19 Ellipsoidal Series Complete IES photometry data les (L M -63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. G o to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp 2 of 4 Throw D istance (d) 25' 7.6m 40' 12.2m 55' 16.7m 70' 21.3m Field D iameter 8' 2.4m 13' 3.9m 18' 5.4m 22' 6.8m I lluminance (fc) 392 153 81 50 I lluminance (lux) 4,217 1,648 872 538 To determine center beam illumination in footcandles at any throw distance, divide candela by the throw distance squared. For Field diameter at any throw distance, multiply the throw distance by .32 For Beam diameter at any throw distance, multiply the throw distance by .26 S ource Four 19(cosine) D egree C andela Field L umens Beam L umens Efciency L umens per watt 19 243,520 11,180 8,785 51.1% 14.9 M etric Conversions: For M eters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 Beam Angle Field Angle 15 18 D egrees C andela C osine C andela P lot 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 -10 -8 -6 -4 -2 0246 81 0 Degrees X Y X Y I soI lluminance D iagram (Flat S urface D istribution) 10% 50% % illuminance foot candle or lux 83

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L A MP S To determine Candela (Cd) or Lumens (Lm) for any other H P L lamp, multiply the Candela or Lumen value by the appropriate multiplying factor (Cd M F or Lm M F) shown for that lamp in the table below. ET C P art # L amp C ode Watts Volts I nitial L umens C olor Temp. K A verage Rated L ife 19¡ C d MF 19¡ L m MF RT116 H P L 750/115** 750 115 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 RT196 H P L 750/115X 750 115 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 RT113 H P L 575/115** 575 115 16,520 3,250 300 .85 .82 RT114 H P L 575/115X 575 115 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 RT142 H P L 375/115 375 115 10,540 3,250 300 .71 .53 RT143 H P L 375/115X 375 115 8,500 3,050 1,000 .49 .40 N/A H P L 750/120 750 120 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 N/A H P L 750/120X 750 120 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 RT115 H P L 575/120 575 120 16,520 3,250 300 .85 .82 RT171 H P L 575/120X 575 120 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 RT112 H P L 550/77* 550 77 16,170 3,250 300 .87 .81 RT117 H P L 550/77X* 550 77 12,160 3,050 2,000 .59 .56 RT160 H P L 750/230** 750 230 19,750 3,200 300 .64 .70 N/A H P L 750/230X 750 230 15,600 3,050 1,500 .40 .55 RT129 H P L 575/230** 575 230 14,900 3,200 400 .55 .53 RT138 H P L 575/230X 575 230 11,780 3,050 1,500 .38 .42 RT154 H P L 375/230X 375 230 7,800 3,050 1,000 .30 .28 N/A H P L 750/240 750 240 19,750 3,200 300 .64 .70 N/A H P L 750/240X 750 240 15,600 3,050 1,500 .40 .55 RT130 H P L 575/240 575 240 14,900 3,200 400 .52 .53 RT139 H P L 575/240X 575 240 11,780 3,050 1,500 .36 .42 RT155 H P L 375/240X 375 240 7,800 3,050 1,000 .30 .28 Source Four is rated for 750W maximum *77 Volt H P L lamps are for use with ETC Dimmer Doubling technology only ** P hotometric data was prepared using a production xture and the P rometric CCD measurement system. Fixture adjusted for cosine distribution and tested with calibrated lamp at rated voltage. All data normalized to nominal lamp lumens in accordance with IES L M -73-04. Testing performed at ETC West, Hollywood, CA. All other multiplying factors extrapolated from primary test data. For links to photometry le downloads (IES L M -63-02 format) go to www.etcconnect.com H P L Specied Tolerances: Watts +/5%, Lumens +/-7%, Average life +/-10%, Color Temperature +/50K "N/A" lamps are not available for purchase from ETC. Contact your Dealer for purchase. Source Four ¨ 19 ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series 84

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P HYSICAL C T E 14.9"/ 378mm max. 11.8"/ 300mm min. 10.0"/ 254mm max. 7.3"/ 185mm min. 22.8" 579mm 8.5" 216mm 20.1" 511mm S ource Four Weights M OD E L WE IGH T SHIPPING WE IGH T lbs kgs lbs kgs 19 14 6.4 20 9.1 *Includes 2.3 lbs for C-clamp Source Four ¨ 19 ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series C orporate H eadquarters 3031 P leasant View Rd, P O Box 620979, M iddleton WI 53562 0979 USA Tel +1 608 831 4116 Fax +1 608 836 1736 L ondon, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000 Fax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, I T Via P ieve Torina, 48, 00156 Rome, Italy Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Fax +44 (0)20 8752 8486 H olzkirchen, D E Ohmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, G ermany Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 Fax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 H ong Kong Room 1801, 18/F, Tower 1 P hase 1, Enterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel +852 2799 1220 Fax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com Copyright2010 ETC. All Rights Reserved. All product information and specications subject to change. 7060L1007 Rev. G P rinted in USA 12/10 6.8" 173mm 13.3" 338mm 21.3" 541mm O RDERIN G INFOR M ATION Continued from front page... S ource Four A ccessories MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION 419LT 19 lens tube with lens installed (black) 419LT-1 19 lens tube with lens installed (white) 419EDLT 19 Enhanced Denition Lens Tube complete (black) 419EDLT-1 19 Enhanced Denition Lens Tube complete (white) 400CC Cclamp (included) 400 P H-A P attern holder (A size) 400 P H-B P attern holder (B size) 400 P HG G lass pattern holder 400SC Safety cable 400RS Dropin iris 400CF Colorframe (6.25") (included) 400DN Donut (6.25") 400TH Top hat 400HH Half hat 400 G E G el extender (Recommended for 19¡ and 26¡ only) 407 G E Conical gel extender (requires 407CF below) 407CF 7.5" Square color frame (Required for 14¡, 70¡, 90¡ and 407 G E) 400FB Source Four Fixture Body, Single Clutch Note: For colors other than black or white, please call ETC. Source Four products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. USRE36,3316, US5,345,371, US6,092,914 and US5,775,799 U.K. G B0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* G ermany DE0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* Japan J P 2,501,772 European patent application number 85

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Source Four ¨ 26 ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series SPECIFICATION S PHYSICAL Rugged, die cast aluminum construction Rotating shutter assembly 25 20 gauge stainless steel shutters in a tri-plane assembly Interchangeable lens tubes with smooth-running teon guides provide nine user-t eld angle options Thermally insulated rear handle High impact, thermally insulated knobs and shutter handles Two accessory slots and a top mounted, gel frame retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions Positive locking single-clutch xture body Slot for glass or stainless steel patterns Wide accessory slot with sliding cover for motorized pattern devices or optional iris UL and cUL Listed E L E C TR ICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz High temperature 3-conductor 36" leads in a glass ber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LA M P 750W maximum HPL compact tungsten lament contained in a kryptonlled quartz envelope (see table for available lamp options) Patented lament geometry makes for extremely efcient light collection and transmission Integral die cast aluminum heat sink lamp base O RDERIN G INFOR M ATION S ource Four MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION 426 26 ellipsoidal (black) 426-1 26 ellipsoidal (white) ETC Source Four are supplied with C-clamp, color frame and 3' (96cm) leads as standard C onnector D esignation Use Sufxes below to specify FactoryFitted Connector type MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION -A Parallel-blade U-ground connector -B Two-pin and ground, 20 amp connector -C G rounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector M Dimmer Doubling Connector (NE M A L515P) See back page for Source Four Accessories SPECIFICATION S OP T ICAL Re-optimized optical system for improved photometric performance and eld uniformity Projector-quality, high contrast aspheric lens Optional enhanced denition lens tube available for even higher image quality Faceted borosilicate reector with dichroic cold mirror coating removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reects greater than 95% of visible light Reector secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Lens(es) secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Tool free, positive locking X, Y and Z lamp centering adjustments, unaffected by relamping Beam edge continually adjustable hard-to-soft Interchangeable lens barrels permit selection of 5, 10, 14¡, 19, 26, 36, 50, 70¡, and 90¡ eld angles as well as 19, 26, 36, and 50 EDLT lenses 86

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PHOTO M ETRICS Photometric data below is measured with an HPL 750W/115V 300 hr lamp. To convert data when using any other HPL lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm M F or Cd M F) for that specic lamp, listed in the Lamps table in this datasheet. For lumen data, multiply by the Lm M F. For candela or footcandle data, multiply by the Cd M F. ETC ¨ Source Four ¨ 26 Ellipsoidal Series Complete IES photometry data les (L M -63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. G o to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp 2 of 4 Throw D istance (d) 15' 4.6m 30' 9.1m 45' 13.7m 60' 18.1m Field D iameter 6.7' 2.0m 13.4' 4.1m 20.1' 6.1m 26.8' 8.2m I lluminance (fc) 783 196 87 49 I lluminance (lux) 8,432 2,108 937 527 To determine center beam illumination in footcandles at any throw distance, divide candela by the throw distance squared. For Field diameter at any throw distance, multiply the throw distance by .45 For Beam diameter at any throw distance, multiply the throw distance by .32 S ource Four 26(cosine) D egree C andela Field L umens Beam L umens Efciency L umens per watt 26 176,255 13,690 9,040 62.5% 18.3 M etric Conversions: For meters, multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 Beam Angle Field Angle 18 25 D egrees C andela C osine C andela P lot 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 160000 180000 200000 -15 -12 -9 -6 -3 0369 12 15 Degrees X Y X Y I soI lluminance D iagram (Flat S urface D istribution) 10% 50% % illuminance foot candle or lux 87

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L A M PS To determine Candela (Cd) or Lumens (Lm) for any other HPL lamp, multiply the Candela or Lumen value by the appropriate multiplying factor (Cd M F or Lm M F) shown for that lamp in the table below. ET C P art # L amp C ode Watts Volts I nitial L umens C olor Temp. K A verage Rated L ife 26¡ C d MF 26¡ L m MF RT116 HPL 750/115** 750 115 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 RT196 HPL 750/115X 750 115 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 RT113 HPL 575/115** 575 115 16,520 3,250 300 .78 .82 RT114 HPL 575/115X 575 115 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 RT142 HPL 375/115 375 115 10,540 3,250 300 .66 .52 RT143 HPL 375/115X 375 115 8,500 3,050 1,000 .45 .40 N/A HPL 750/120 750 120 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 N/A HPL 750/120X 750 120 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 RT115 HPL 575/120 575 120 16,520 3,250 300 .78 .82 RT171 HPL 575/120X 575 120 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 RT112 HPL 550/77* 550 77 16,170 3,250 300 .77 .77 RT117 HPL 550/77X* 550 77 12,160 3,050 2,000 .59 .56 RT160 HPL 750/230** 750 230 19,750 3,200 300 .64 .75 N/A HPL 750/230X 750 230 15,600 3,050 1,500 .40 .59 RT129 HPL 575/230** 575 230 14,900 3,200 400 .53 .61 RT138 HPL 575/230X 575 230 11,780 3,050 1,500 .38 .45 RT154 HPL 375/230X 375 230 7,800 3,050 1,000 .29 .32 N/A HPL 750/240 750 240 19,750 3,200 300 .64 .75 N/A HPL 750/240X 750 240 15,600 3,050 1,500 .40 .59 RT130 HPL 575/240 575 240 14,900 3,200 400 .50 .61 RT139 HPL 575/240X 575 240 11,780 3,050 1,500 .36 .45 RT155 HPL 375/240X 375 240 7,800 3,050 1,000 .29 .32 Source Four is rated for 750W maximum *77 Volt HPL lamps are for use with ETC Dimmer Doubling technology only **Photometric data was prepared using a production xture and the Prometric CCD measurement system. Fixture adjusted for cosine distribution and tested with calibrated lamp at rated voltage. All data normalized to nominal lamp lumens in accordance with IES L M -73-04. Testing performed at ETC West, Hollywood, CA. All other multiplying factors extrapolated from primary test data. For links to photometry le downloads (IES L M -63-02 format) go to www.etcconnect.com HPL Specied Tolerances: Watts +/5%, Lumens +/-7%, Average life +/-10%, Color Temperature +/50K "N/A" lamps are not available for purchase from ETC. Contact your Dealer for purchase. Source Four ¨ 26 ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series 88

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PHYSICAL C T E 14.9"/ 378mm max. 11.8"/ 300mm min. 10.0"/ 254mm max. 7.3"/ 185mm min. 22.8" 579mm 8.5" 216mm 20.1" 511mm S ource Four Weights M OD E L WE IGH T SHIPPING WE IGH T lbs kgs lbs kgs 26 14 6.4 20 9.1 *Includes 2.3 lbs for C-clamp Source Four ¨ 26 ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series C orporate H eadquarters 3031 Pleasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, M iddleton WI 53562 0979 USA Tel +1 608 831 4116 Fax +1 608 836 1736 L ondon, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000 Fax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, I T Via Pieve Torina, 48, 00156 Rome, Italy Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Fax +44 (0)20 8752 8486 H olzkirchen, D E Ohmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, G ermany Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 Fax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 H ong Kong Room 1801, 18/F, Tower 1 Phase 1, Enterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel +852 2799 1220 Fax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com Copyright2010 ETC. All Rights Reserved. All product information and specications subject to change. 7060L1008 Rev. G Printed in USA 12/10 6.8" 173mm 13.3" 338mm 21.3" 541mm O RDERIN G INFOR M ATION Continued from front page... S ource Four A ccessories MOD E L DE SC R IP T ION 426LT 26 lens tube complete (black) 426LT-1 26 lens tube complete (white) 426EDLT 26¡ Enhanced Denition Lens Tube complete (black) 426EDLT-1 26¡ Enhanced Denition Lens Tube complete (white) 400CC Cclamp (included) 400PH-A Pattern holder (A size) 400PH-B Pattern holder (B size) 400PHG G lass pattern holder 400SC Safety cable 400RS Drop-in iris 400CF Colorframe (6.25") (included) 400DN Donut (6.25") 400TH Top hat 400HH Half hat 400 G E G el extender (Recommended for 19¡ and 26¡ only) 407 G E Conical gel extender (requires 407CF below) 407CF 7.5" Square color frame (required for 14¡, 70¡, 90¡ and 407 G E) 400FB Source Four xture body, single clutch Note: For colors other than black or white, please call ETC. Source Four products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. USRE36,3316, US5,345,371, US6,092,914 and US5,775,799 U.K. G B0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* G ermany DE0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* Japan JP2,501,772 European patent application number 89

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Source Four ¨ 36 ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series SPECIFICATION S PHYSICAL Rugged, die cast aluminum construction Rotating shutter assembly 25 20 gauge stainless steel shutters in a tri-plane assembly I nterchangeable lens tubes with smooth-running teon guides provide nine user-t eld angle options T hermally insulated rear handle High impact, thermally insulated knobs and shutter handles T wo accessory slots and a top mounted, gel frame retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions P ositive locking single-clutch xture body Slot for glass or stainless steel patterns Wide accessory slot with sliding cover for motorized pattern devices or optional iris UL and cUL Listed ELECTRICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz High temperature 3-conductor 36" leads in a glass ber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LAMP 750W maximum H P L compact tungsten lament contained in a kryptonlled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) P atented lament geometry makes for extremely efcient light collection and transmission I ntegral die cast aluminum heat sink lamp base ORD E R ING INFO R MATION Source Four MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON 436 36 ellipsoidal (black) 436-1 36 ellipsoidal (white) ETC Source F our are supplied with C -clamp, color frame and 3' (96cm) leads as standard Connector D esignation Use Sufxes below to specify F actory F itted C onnector type MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON A P arallel-blade U-ground connector -B T wo-pin and ground, 20 amp connector C G rounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector M Dimmer Doubling C onnector ( NEMA L515 P ) See back page for Source F our A ccessories S PECIFICATION S O PTICAL Re-optimized optical system for improved photometric performance and eld uniformity P rojector-quality, high contrast meniscus front lens and biconvex rear lens O ptional enhanced denition lens tube available for even higher image quality F aceted borosilicate reector with dichroic cold mirror coating removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reects greater than 95% of visible light Reector secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Lens(es) secured with anti-vibration shock mounts T ool free lamp positive locking X, Y, and Z lamp centering adjustment knobs, unaffected by relamping Beam edge continually adjustable hard-to-soft I nterchangeable lens barrels permit selection of 5, 10, 14¡, 19, 26, 36, 50 70¡ and 90¡ eld angles as well as 19, 26, 36, and 50 E DL T lenses 90

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P H OTOMET R IC S P hotometric data below is measured with an H P L 750W/115V 300 hr lamp. T o convert data when using any other H P L lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm MF or C d MF ) for that specic lamp, listed in the Lamps table in this datasheet. F or lumen data, multiply by the Lm MF F or candela or footcandle data, multiply by the C d MF ETC ¨ Source Four ¨ 36 Ellipsoidal Series C omplete IE S photometry data les (L M -63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. G o to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp 2 of 4 Throw D istance (d) 15' 4.6m 25' 7.6m 35' 10.7m 45' 13.7m Field D iameter 9.2' 2.8m 15.3' 4.7m 21.4' 6.5m 27.6' 8.4m Illuminance (fc) 404 145 74 45 Illuminance (lux) 4,348 1,565 799 483 T o determine center beam illumination in footcandles at any throw distance, divide candela by the throw distance squared. F or F ield diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .61 F or Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .47 Source Four 36(cosine) D egree Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efciency Lumens per watt 36 90,885 14,240 10,510 65% 19 M etric C onversions: F or M eters multiply feet by .3048 F or Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 Beam Angle Field Angle 27 34 D egrees Candela Cosine Candela Plot 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 90000 100000 -20 -15 -10 -5 05 10 15 20 Degrees X Y X Y Iso-Illuminance D iagram (Flat Surface D istribution) 10% 50% % illuminance foot candle or lux 91

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LAMP S T o determine C andela ( C d) or Lumens (Lm) for any other H P L lamp, multiply the C andela or Lumen value by the appropriate multiplying factor ( C d MF or Lm MF ) shown for that lamp in the table below. ETC Part # Lamp Code Watts Volts Initial Lumens Color Temp. K Average Rated Life 36¡ Cd MF 36¡ Lm MF R T 116 H P L 750/115** 750 115 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 R T 196 H P L 750/115X 750 115 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 R T 113 H P L 575/115** 575 115 16,520 3,250 300 .67 .75 R T 114 H P L 575/115X 575 115 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 R T 142 H P L 375/115 375 115 10,540 3,250 300 .56 .48 R T 143 H P L 375/115X 375 115 8,500 3,050 1,000 .39 .36 N / A H P L 750/120 750 120 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 N / A H P L 750/120X 750 120 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 R T 115 H P L 575/120 575 120 16,520 3,250 300 .67 .75 R T 171 H P L 575/120X 575 120 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 R T 112 H P L 550/77* 550 77 16,170 3,250 300 .68 .73 R T 117 H P L 550/77X* 550 77 12,160 3,050 2,000 .59 .56 R T 160 H P L 750/230** 750 230 19,750 3,200 300 .74 .85 N / A H P L 750/230X 750 230 15,600 3,050 1,500 .46 .67 R T 129 H P L 575/230** 575 230 14,900 3,200 400 .63 .65 R T 138 H P L 575/230X 575 230 11,780 3,050 1,500 .44 .51 R T 154 H P L 375/230X 375 230 7,800 3,050 1,000 .35 .34 N / A H P L 750/240 750 240 19,750 3,200 300 .74 .85 N / A H P L 750/240X 750 240 15,600 3,050 1,500 .46 .67 R T 130 H P L 575/240 575 240 14,900 3,200 400 .60 .65 R T 139 H P L 575/240X 575 240 11,780 3,050 1,500 .41 .51 R T 155 H P L 375/240X 375 240 7,800 3,050 1,000 .35 .34 Source F our is rated for 750W maximum *77 Volt H P L lamps are for use with ETC Dimmer Doubling technology only ** P hotometric data was prepared using a production xture and the P rometric CC D measurement system. F ixture adjusted for cosine distribution and tested with calibrated lamp at rated voltage. A ll data normalized to nominal lamp lumens in accordance with IE S L M -73-04. T esting performed at ETC West, Hollywood, CA A ll other multiplying factors extrapolated from primary test data. F or links to photometry le downloads ( IE S L M -63-02 format) go to www.etcconnect.com H P L Specied T olerances: Watts +/5%, Lumens +/-7%, A verage life +/-10%, C olor T emperature +/50K N / A lamps are not available for purchase from ETC C ontact your Dealer for purchase. Source Four ¨ 36 ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series 92

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P HYS ICA L C T E 14.9"/ 378mm max. 11.8"/ 300mm min. 10.0"/ 254mm max. 7.3"/ 185mm min. 22.8" 579mm 8.5" 216mm 20.1" 511mm Source Four Weights M OD EL WEI G HT SHIPPI NG WEI G HT lbs kgs lbs kgs 36 14 6.4 20 9.1 I ncludes 2.3 lbs for C -clamp Source Four ¨ 36 ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series Corporate Headquarters 3031 P leasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, M iddleton W I 53562 0979 US A T el +1 608 831 4116 F ax +1 608 836 1736 London, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria I ndustrial E state, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK T el +44 (0)20 8896 1000 F ax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, IT Via P ieve T orina, 48, 00156 Rome, I taly T el +39 (06) 32 111 683 F ax +44 (0)20 8752 8486 Holzkirchen, D E O hmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, G ermany T el +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 F ax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 Hong Kong Room 1801, 18/ F T ower 1 P hase 1, E nterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong T el +852 2799 1220 F ax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com C opyright2010 ETC A ll Rights Reserved. A ll product information and specications subject to change. 7060L1009 Rev. G P rinted in US A 12/10 6.8" 173mm 13.3" 338mm 21.3" 541mm ORD E R ING INFO R MATION C ontinued from front page... Source Four Accessories MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON 436L T 36 lens tube with lens installed (black) 436L T -1 36 lens tube with lens installed (white) 436 E DL T 36¡ E nhanced Denition Lens tube complete (black) 436 E DL T -1 36¡ E nhanced Denition Lens tube complete (white) 400 CC C clamp (included) 400 P HA P attern holder ( A size) 400 P H-B P attern holder (B size) 400 P HG G lass pattern holder 400S C Safety cable 400RS Drop-in iris 400 CF C olorframe (6.25") (included) 400D N Donut (6.25") 400 T H T op hat 400HH Half hat 400 GE G el extender 407 GE C onical gel extender 407 CF 7.5" Square color frame (required for 14¡, 70¡, 90¡ and 407 GE ) 400 F B Source F our xture body, single clutch N ote: F or colors other than black or white, please call ETC Source F our products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. USR E 36,3316, US5,345,371, US6,092,914 and US5,775,799 U.K. G B0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* G ermany D E 0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* Japan J P 2,501,772 E uropean patent application number 93

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Source Four ¨ 50 ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series SPECIFICATION S PHYSICAL Rugged, die cast aluminum construction Rotating shutter assembly 25 20 gauge stainless steel shutters in a tri-plane assembly I nterchangeable lens tubes with smooth-running teon guides provide nine user-t eld angle options T hermally insulated rear handle High impact, thermally insulated knobs and shutter handles T wo accessory slots and a top mounted, gel frame retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions P ositive locking single-clutch xture body Slot for glass or stainless steel patterns Wide accessory slot with sliding cover for motorized pattern devices or optional iris UL and cUL Listed ELECTRICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz High temperature 3-conductor 36" leads in a glass ber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LAMP 750W maximum H P L compact tungsten lament contained in a kryptonlled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) P atented lament geometry makes for extremely efcient light collection and transmission I ntegral die cast aluminum heat sink lamp base ORD E R ING INFO R MATION Source Four MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON 450 50 ellipsoidal (black) 450-1 50 ellipsoidal (white) ETC Source F our are supplied with C -clamp, color frame and 3' (96cm) leads as standard Connector D esignation Use Sufxes below to specify F actory F itted C onnector type MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON A P arallel-blade U-ground connector -B T wo-pin and ground, 20 amp connector C G rounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector M Dimmer Doubling C onnector ( NEMA L515 P ) See back page for Source F our A ccessories S P ECIFICATION S O PTICAL Re-optimized optical system for improved photometric performance and eld uniformity P rojector-quality, high contrast aspheric lens O ptional enhanced denition lens tube available for even higher image quality F aceted borosilicate reector with dichroic cold mirror coating removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reects greater than 95% of visible light Reector secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Lens(es) secured with anti-vibration shock mounts T ool free, positive locking X, Y and Z lamp centering adjustments, unaffected by relamping Beam edge continually adjustable hard-to-soft I nterchangeable lens barrels permit selection of 5, 10, 14¡, 19, 26, 36, 50, 70¡ and 90¡ eld angles as well as 19, 26, 36, and 50 E DL T lenses 94

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P H OTOMET R IC S P hotometric data below is measured with an H P L 750W/115V 300hr lamp. T o convert data when using any other H P L lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm MF or C d MF ) for that specic lamp, listed in the Lamps table in this datasheet. F or lumen data, multiply by the Lm MF F or candela or footcandle data, multiply by the C d MF ETC ¨ Source Four ¨ 50 Ellipsoidal Series C omplete IE S photometry data les (L M -63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. G o to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp 2 of 4 Throw D istance (d) 10' 3m 15' 4.6 25' 7.6m 30' 9.1m Field D iameter 9.3' 2.8m 14' 4.3m 23.3' 7.1m 27.9' 8.5m Illuminance (fc) 457 203 73 51 Illuminance (lux) 4,914 2,184 786 546 T o determine center beam illumination in footcandles at any throw distance, divide candela by the throw distance squared. F or F ield diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .93 F or Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .65 Source Four 50(cosine) D egree Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efciency Lumens per watt 50 45,650 13,980 8,600 63.8% 18.6 M etric C onversions: F or M eters multiply feet by .3048 F or Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 Beam Angle Field Angle 36 50 D egrees Candela Cosine Candela Plot 0 500 0 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 -3 025 -2 015 -1 050 51 01 52 02 53 0 De gr ee s Ca nd el a X Y X Y Iso-Illuminance D iagram (Flat Surface D istribution) 10% 50% % illuminance foot candle or lux 95

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LAMP S T o determine C andela ( C d) or Lumens (Lm) for any other H P L lamp, multiply the C andela or Lumen value by the appropriate multiplying factor ( C d MF or Lm MF ) shown for that lamp in the table below. ETC Part # Lamp Code Watts Volts Initial Lumens Color Temp. K Average Rated Life 50¡ Cd MF 50¡ Lm MF R T 116 H P L 750/115** 750 115 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 R T 196 H P L 750/115X 750 115 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 R T 113 H P L 575/115** 575 115 16,520 3,250 300 .79 .76 R T 114 H P L 575/115X 575 115 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 R T 142 H P L 375/115 375 115 10,540 3,250 300 .66 .49 R T 143 H P L 375/115X 375 115 8,500 3,050 1,000 .46 .36 N / A H P L 750/120 750 120 21,900 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 N / A H P L 750/120X 750 120 16,400 3,050 1,500 .64 .74 R T 115 H P L 575/120 575 120 16,520 3,250 300 .79 .76 R T 171 H P L 575/120X 575 120 12,360 3,050 2,000 .56 .56 R T 112 H P L 550/77* 550 77 16,170 3,250 300 .81 .75 R T 117 H P L 550/77X* 550 77 12,160 3,050 2,000 .59 .56 R T 160 H P L 750/230** 750 230 19,750 3,200 300 .74 .75 N / A H P L 750/230X 750 230 15,600 3,050 1,500 .46 .59 R T 129 H P L 575/230** 575 230 14,900 3,200 400 .61 .60 R T 138 H P L 575/230X 575 230 11,780 3,050 1,500 .45 .45 R T 154 H P L 375/230X 375 230 7,800 3,050 1,000 .34 .31 N / A H P L 750/240 750 240 19,750 3,200 300 .74 .75 N / A H P L 750/240X 750 240 15,600 3,050 1,500 .46 .59 R T 130 H P L 575/240 575 240 14,900 3,200 400 .58 .60 R T 139 H P L 575/240X 575 240 11,780 3,050 1,500 .42 .45 R T 155 H P L 375/240X 375 240 7,800 3,050 1,000 .34 .31 Source F our is rated for 750W maximum *77 Volt H P L lamps are for use with ETC Dimmer Doubling technology only ** P hotometric data was prepared using a production xture and the P rometric CC D measurement system. F ixture adjusted for cosine distribution and tested with calibrated lamp at rated voltage. A ll data normalized to nominal lamp lumens in accordance with IE S L M -73-04. T esting performed at ETC West, Hollywood, CA A ll other multiplying factors extrapolated from primary test data. F or links to photometry le downloads ( IE S L M -63-02 format) go to www.etcconnect.com H P L Specied T olerances: Watts +/5%, Lumens +/-7%, A verage life +/-10%, C olor T emperature +/50K N / A lamps are not available for purchase from ETC C ontact your Dealer for purchase. Source Four ¨ 50 ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series 96

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P HYS ICA L C T E 14.9"/ 378mm max. 11.8"/ 300mm min. 10.0"/ 254mm max. 7.3"/ 185mm min. 22.8" 579mm 8.5" 216mm 20.1" 511mm Source Four Weights M OD EL WEI G HT SHIPPI NG WEI G HT lbs kgs lbs kgs 50 14 6.4 20 9.1 I ncludes 2.3 lbs for C -clamp Source Four ¨ 50 ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Ellipsoidal Series Corporate Headquarters 3031 P leasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, M iddleton W I 53562 0979 US A T el +1 608 831 4116 F ax +1 608 836 1736 London, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria I ndustrial E state, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK T el +44 (0)20 8896 1000 F ax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, IT Via P ieve T orina, 48, 00156 Rome, I taly T el +39 (06) 32 111 683 F ax +44 (0)20 8752 8486 Holzkirchen, D E O hmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, G ermany T el +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 F ax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 Hong Kong Room 1801, 18/ F T ower 1 P hase 1, E nterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong T el +852 2799 1220 F ax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com C opyright2010 ETC A ll Rights Reserved. A ll product information and specications subject to change. 7060L1010 Rev. G P rinted in US A 12/10 6.8" 173mm 13.3" 338mm 21.3" 541mm ORD E R ING INFO R MATION C ontinued from front page... Source Four Accessories MOD EL DESCRIPTI ON 450L T 50 lens tube with lens installed (black) 450L T -1 50 lens tube with lens installed (white) 450 E DL T 50¡ E nhanced Denition Lens T ube complete (black) 450 E DL T -1 50¡ E nhanced Denition Lens T ube complete (white) 400 CC C clamp (included) 400 P HA P attern holder ( A size) 400 P H-B P attern holder (B size) 400 P HG G lass pattern holder 400S C Safety cable 400RS Drop-in iris 400 CF C olorframe (6.25") (included) 400D N Donut (6.25") 400 T H T op hat 400HH Half hat 400 GE G el extender 407 GE C onical gel extender 407 CF 7.5" Square color frame (required for 14¡, 70¡, 90¡ and 407 GE ) 400 F B Source F our xture body, single clutch N ote: F or colors other than black or white, please call ETC Source F our products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. USR E 36,3316, US5,345,371, US6,092,914 and US5,775,799 U.K. G B0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* G ermany D E 0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* Japan J P 2,501,772 E uropean patent application number 97

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1 of 6 SPECIFICATION S PHYSICAL Rugged die cast aluminum construction 20 gauge stainless steel shutters in a bi-plane assembly High impact, thermally insulated knobs and shutter handles Two accessory slots, and a top mounted, gel frame retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions Positive locking, hand-operated yoke clutch Slot for glass or stainless steel patterns Slot with sliding cover for motorized pattern devices or optional iris UL and cUL Listed ELECTRICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz High temperature 3-conductor 36" leads in a glass ber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LAMP 575W maximum HPL compact tungsten lament contained in a kryptonlled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) Patented lament geometry provides extremely efcient light collection and transmission Integral die cast aluminum heat sink lamp base ETC Source Four ¨ jr Zoom Ellipsoidal Series S PECIFICATIONS OPTICAL Optimized optical system for efcient photometric performance Two bi-convex lenses Faceted borosilicate reector with dichroic cold mirror coating removes greater than 90% infrared radiation (heat) and reects greater than 95% of visible light Reector secured with anti-vibration shock mounts Tool free, positive locking X, Y and Z lamp centering adjustments, unaffected by relamping Beam edge continually adjustable hard-to-soft O RDERIN G INFOR M ATION Source Four jr Zoom M O D EL DESCRIPTIO N 42550J 25-50 Source Four jr Zoom ellipsoidal (black) 42550J-1 25-50 Source Four jr Zoom ellipsoidal (white) ETC Source Four jr Zooms are supplied with c-clamp, color frame, and 3' (96cm) leads as standard Connector D esignation M O D EL DESCRIPTIO N A Parallel-blade U-ground connector B Two-pin and ground, 20 amp connector C G rounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector M Dimmer Doubling connector (NE M A L515P) See back page for Source Four jr Accessories 98

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ETC Source Four ¨ jr Zoom Ellipsoidal Series PHOTO M ETRICS Photometric data below is measured with an HPL 575W/115V 300 hr lamp. To convert data when using any other HPL lamp, use the lumen or candela multiplying factors (Lm M F or Cd M F) for that specic lamp. These multiplying factors are listed in the Lamps table in this datasheet. For lumen data, multiply by the Lm M F. For candela or footcandle data, multiply by the Cd M F. 2 of 6 Throw D istance (d) 15' 4.6m 25' 7.6m 35' 10.7m 40' 12.2m Field D iameter 7.5' 2.3m 12.4' 3.8m 17.4' 5.3m 19.9' 6.1m Illuminance (fc) 343 123 63 48 Illuminance (lux) 3,688 1,328 677 519 Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 25(cosine) D egree Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efciency Lumens per watt 25 77,085 7,895 5,715 47.8% 13.7 M etric Conversions: For M eters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.50 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.36 21 28 Beam Angle Field Angle Throw D istance (d) 10' 3.0m 15' 4.6m 20' 6.1m 30' 9.1m Field D iameter 6.6' 2.0m 9.9' 3.0m 13.2' 4.0m 19.8' 6.0m Illuminance (fc) 480 213 120 53 Illuminance (lux) 5,168 2,297 1,292 574 Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 36(cosine) D egree Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efciency Lumens per watt 36 48,010 8,240 5,535 49.9% 14.3 M etric Conversions: For M eters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.66 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.48 27 37 Beam Angle Field Angle Throw D istance (d) 9' 2.7m 13' 4.0m 17' 5.2m 21' 6.4m Field D iameter 8.4' 2.6m 12.1' 3.7m 15.9' 4.8m 19.6' 6.0m Illuminance (fc) 265 127 74 49 Illuminance (lux) 2,857 1,369 801 525 Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 50(cosine) D egree Candela Field Lumens Beam Lumens Efciency Lumens per watt 50 21,495 7,330 5,090 44.4% 12.8 M etric Conversions: For M eters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.93 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by 0.72 40 50 Beam Angle Field Angle 99

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Complete IES photometry data les (L M -63-02 format) may be downloaded from the ETC website. G o to http://www.etcconnect.com/downloads.asp Source Four ¨ jr Zoom Ellipsoidal Series ETC 3 of 6 D egrees Candela Cosine Candela Plot X Y Iso-Illuminance D iagram 10% 50% PHOTO M ETRICS D egrees Candela Cosine Candela Plot X Y Iso-Illuminance D iagram 10% 50% D egrees Candela Cosine Candela Plot X Y Iso-Illuminance D iagram 10% 50% Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 25(cosine) Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 36(cosine) Source Four jr 25-50 Zoom set at 50(cosine) 100

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L A M PS To determine Candela (Cd) or Lumens (Lm) for any other HPL lamp, multiply the Candela or Lumen value by the appropriate multiplying factor (Cd M F or Lm M F) shown for that lamp in the table below. ETC Part # Lamp Code Watts Volts Initial Lumens Color Temp. K Average Rated Life 25¡ Cd MF 25¡ Lm MF 36¡ Cd MF 36¡ Lm MF 50¡ Cd MF 50¡ Lm MF RT113 HPL 575/115** 575 115 16,520 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 RT114 HPL 575/115X 575 115 12,360 3,050 2,000 .64 .71 .64 .71 .64 .71 RT142 HPL 375/115 375 115 10,540 3,250 300 .84 .64 .84 .64 .84 .64 RT143 HPL 375/115X 375 115 8,500 3,050 1,000 .58 .48 .58 .48 .58 .48 RT115 HPL 575/120 575 120 16,520 3,250 300 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 RT171 HPL 575/120X 575 120 12,360 3,050 2,000 .64 .71 .64 .71 .64 .71 RT112 HPL 550/77* 550 77 16,170 3,250 300 1.02 .98 1.02 .98 1.02 .98 RT117 HPL 550/77X* 550 77 12,160 3,050 2,000 .66 .73 .66 .73 .66 .73 RT129 HPL 575/230** 575 230 14,900 3,200 400 .72 .78 .73 .73 .86 .79 RT138 HPL 575/230X 575 230 11,780 3,050 1,500 .47 .55 .48 .52 .56 .56 RT154 HPL 375/230X 375 230 7,800 3,050 1,000 .39 .40 .40 .38 .47 .41 RT130 HPL 575/240 575 240 14,900 3,200 400 .72 .78 .73 .73 .86 .79 RT139 HPL 575/240X 575 240 11,780 3,050 1,500 .44 .54 .45 .51 .52 .55 RT155 HPL 375/240X 375 240 7,800 3,050 1,000 .39 .40 .40 .38 .47 .41 Source Four jr Zoom is rated for 575W maximum. *77 Volt HPL lamps are for use with ETC Dimmer Doubling technlology only. **Photometric data was prepared using a production xture and the Prometric CCD measurement system. Fixture adjusted for cosine distribution and tested with calibrated lamp at rated voltage. All data normalized to nominal lamp lumens in accordance with IES L M -73-04. Testing performed at ETC West, Hollywood, CA. All other multiplying factors extrapolated from primary test data. For links to photometry le downloads (IES L M -63-02 format) go to www.etcconnect.com. HPL Specied Tolerances: Watts +/5%, Lumens +/-7%, Average life +/-10%, Color Temperature +/50K Source Four ¨ jr Zoom Ellipsoidal Series ETC 4 of 6 101

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6.9" 175mm 19.3" 490mm 8.8"/ 224mm max 6.1"/155 mm min 13.7"/ 348mm max 10.6"/ 269mm mi n 7.0" 178mm 9.7" 246mm 18.5" 470mm Source Four jr Zoom Weights MO D EL WEI G HT SHIPPI NG WEI G HT lbs kgs lbs kgs 42550j 10 4.5 16.5 7.5 *Includes 2.3 lbs for C-clamp Source Four ¨ jr Zoom Ellipsoidal Series ETC ORDERIN G INFOR M ATION Continued from front page... Source Four jr Zoom Accessories M O D EL DESCRIPTIO N 400JZK Source Four jr Zoom upgrade kit* 400CC C-clamp (included) 400SC Safety Cable 400JRS Drop-in Iris 400CF Colorframe (6.25") (included) 400DN Donut (6.25") 400TH Top Hat 400HH Half Hat 400 G E G el Extender 400PH M Pattern holder ( M size) Note: For colors other than black and white, please call ETC. Replacement lenses for zoom. Also converts any Source Four jr to a Source Four jr Zoom Source Four products are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. USRE36,3316, US5,345,371, US5,446,637, US5,544,029, US6,092,914 and US5,775,799 U.K. G B0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* G ermany DE0592589, G B0673488, 99930527.9* Japan JP2,501,772 European patent application number P HYSICAL 5 of 6 102

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Open reflector lighting fixture PHYSICAL Diecast aluminum Tool free access to the reflector and lens Highimpact, thermally insulated knobs Sealed reflector housing Reflector temperature control through integral heat sink fins Gel frame holders with two accessory slots Topmounted, gelframe retainer Steel yoke with two mounting positions Positive locking yoke clutch UL and cUL listed ELECTRICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz Hightemperature three-conductor 36" leads in a glass fiber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LAMP HPL compact tungsten filament contained in a krypton/xenon-filled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) 750W maximum Patented filament geometry makes for extremely efficient light collection and transmission Integral diecast aluminum heat sink lamp base LENSES Four heat resistant, molded borosilicate glass lenses supplied with each unit: Very Narrow Spot (VNSP), Narrow Spot (NSP), Medium Flood (MFL) and Wide Flood (WFL). Round beam for VNSP and NSP, oblong beam shape for MFL and WFL Tool free lens changing Thermally insulated lens ring OPTICAL Modified parabolic and multifaceted reflector Computer designed reflector facets molded directly into heat sink casting, finished with an enhanced aluminum deposition process, and polished for maximum reflectance Metal Cold Mirror (MCM) also available SPECIFICATIONS Source Four ParEA Model #Description PAR-EA Source Four PAR Enhanced Aluminum (Black) PAR-EA-1Source Four PAR Enhanced Aluminum (White) ETC Source Four PAR EA are supplied with 4 lens set: VNSP, NSP, MFL, WFL; color frame and 3' (96cm) lead as standard ORDERING INFORMATION Connector Designation UseSuffixesbelowtospecify FactoryFitted Connector type Model#Description AParallel-blade U-ground connector BTwo-pin and ground, 20 amp connector CGrounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector MDimmer Doubling connector (NEMA L515P) Source Four PAR EA Accessories Model#Description 407CFColor frame (7.5") (included) 400SCSafety Cable 400CCCClamp 400VNSPVery Narrow Spot lens 400NSPNarrow Spot lens 400MFLMedium Flood lens 400WFLWide Flood lens 400LS4Set of four Source Four PAR lenses (VNSP, NSP, MFL, WFL) 400PTH3Top hat, 3" 400PTH6Top hat, 6" 400PHHHalf hat 400XBTHCross baffle top hat 400PGE3Gel extender, 3" 400PGE6Gel extender, 6" 400BDBarn door 400LEgg crate louver 400WBWeighted base Note: For colors other than black or white, please call ETC ETCSource Four ¨ PAR EA PAR-EA Series 103

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PHOTOMETRIC DATA All photometric data in this document was prepared using standard production fixtures, and the Prometric CCD measurement syste m. Fixtures were adjusted for cosine distribution, and were tested with a calibrated HPL 750/115V 21,900 lamp at its rated voltage. All data were normalized to nomi nal lamp lumens. To determine illumination in footcandles or lux at any throw distance, divide candlepower by distance squared. For illumination with any lamp, multiply the candlepower of a beam spread by the multiplying factor (mf) shown for that lamp. 9¡ 15¡ Beam Angle Field Angle Very Narrow Spot Distance (ft)35506580 Field Diameter (ft)10.815.520.224.8 Illumination (fc)2691327852 VNSP DegreeCandlepowerField LumensEfficacyEfficiency VNSP330,00010,10013.5 LPW46% For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .31 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .17 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0 036912151821242730 Candela Degrees 10¡ 19¡ Beam Angle Field Angle Narrow Spot Distance (ft)35506580 Field Diameter (ft)11.616.521.526.4 Illumination (fc)2561257449 NSP DegreeCandlepowerField LumensEfficacyEfficiency NSP313,00010,20013.6 LPW47% For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .33 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .17 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0 036912151821242730 Candela Degrees Candlepower Distribution Curve Candlepower Distribution Curve Metric Conversions: For Meters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 104

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12¡/18¡ 22¡/30¡ Beam Angle Field Angle Medium Flood Distance (ft)25354555 Field Diameter (ft)9.8/13.813.7/19.317.6/24.821.5/30.3 Illumination (fc)2511287852 MFL DegreeCandlepowerField LumensEfficacyEfficiency MFL157,00010,80014.4 LPW49% For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .55 / .39 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .32 / .21 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0 036912151821242730 Candela Degrees 17¡/27¡ 32¡/47¡ Beam Angle Field Angle Wide Flood Distance (ft)20253035 Field Diameter (ft)11.7/17.414.3/21.817.1/26.120.0/30.5 Illumination (fc)1581017052 WFL DegreeCandlepowerField LumensEfficacyEfficiency WFL63,30010,00013.3 LPW46% For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .84 / .57 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .49 / .30 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0 036912151821242730 Candela Degrees Candlepower Distribution Curve Candlepower Distribution Curve All photometric data in this document was prepared using standard production fixtures, and the Prometric CCD measurement syste m. Fixtures were adjusted for cosine distribution, and were tested with a calibrated HPL 750/115V 21,900 lamp at its rated voltage. All data were normalized to nominal lamp lumens. To determine illumination in footcandles or lux at any throw distance, divide candlepower by distance squared. For illumination with any lamp, multiply the candlepower of a beam spread by the multiplying factor (mf) shown for that lamp. Wide lens axis Narrow lens axis Wide lens axis Narrow lens axis Metric Conversions: For Meters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 Source Four ¨ PAR EA PAR-EA Series 105

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PHYSICAL PHYSICAL 5.75" 150mm 10.75" /270mm 10.25" 260mm 15.9" /404mm 8.25" 209mm Source Four PAREA Weights ModelFixture Weight*Shipping Weight lbskgslbskgs PAREA7.53.412.85.8 6.7" /170mm *77V lamps are intended for use with the ETCDimmer Doubler. Warning: Use of lamps other than HPL will void UL/cUL safety approval and product warranty. Source Four PAREA is rated for 750W maximum. InitialColorAverage Lamp codeWattsVoltsLumensTemp.Rated LifeMF HPL 750/11575011521,9003,2503001.00 HPL 575/11557511516,5203,2503000.87 HPL 575/115X57511512,3603,05020000.66 HPL 575/12057512016,4603,2503000.87 HPL 375/11537511510,5403,2003000.55 HPL 375/115X3751158,0603,00010000.43 HPL 550/77*5507716,1703,2503000.87 HPL 550/77X*5507712,1603,05020000.66 HPL 750/23075023019,4003,2003000.90 HPL 750/24075024019,4003,2003000.90 HPL 575/23057523014,9003,2004000.76 HPL 575/24057524014,9003,2004000.76 HPL 575/230X57523011,7803,05015000.61 HPL 575/240X57524011,7803,05015000.64 HPL 375/230X3752307,8003,05010000.38 HPL 375/240X3752407,8003,05010000.38 *Add 2.3 lbs for C-clamp Source Four ¨ PAR EA PAR-EA Series Corporate Headquarters 3031 Pleasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, Middleton WI 535620979 USA Tel +1 608 831 4116 Fax +1 608 836 1736 London, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000 Fax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, IT Via Ennio Quirino Visconti, 11, 00193 Rome, Italy Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Fax +39 (06) 32 656 990 Holzkirchen, DE Ohmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, Germany Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 Fax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 Hong Kong Room 605-606, Tower III Enterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay,Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel +852 2799 1220 Fax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com Copyright2003 ETC. All Rights Reserved. All product information and specifications subject to change. 7061L1004 Rev. D Pri nted in USA 02/06 Source Four ¨ products protected by U.S. Patent Numbers 5,268,613, 5,345,371, 5,544,029, 5,446,637 and 5,775,799; Japanese Patent Number 2 ,501,772; US and International Patents Pending. 106

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GENERAL INFORMATION Variable focus open reflector lighting fixture PHYSICAL Diecast aluminum Thermally insulated, precision focus knob Sealed reflector housing Reflector temperature control through integral heat sink fins Gel frame holders with two accessory slots Topmounted, gelframe retainer Steel yoke Positive locking yoke clutch UL and cUL LISTED ELECTRICAL 115-240V, 50/60Hz Hightemperature three-conductor 36" leads in a glass fiber outer sleeve Supports ETC Dimmer Doubling technology LAMP HPL compact tungsten filament contained in a krypton/xenon-filled quartz envelope (see table for suitable lamp types) 750W Patented filament geometry makes for extremely efficient light collection and transmission Integral diecast aluminum heat sink lamp base LENSES Patented wave lens system Two heat resistant borosilicate glass lenses One fixed wave clear lens and one rotatable wave stippled lens installed Tool free front lens changing Thermally insulated lens ring OPTICAL Modified parabolic and multifaceted reflector Computer designed reflector facets molded directly into heat sink casting, finished with an enhanced aluminum deposition process, and polished for maximum reflectance ORDERING INFORMATION Connector Designation UseSuffixesbelowtospecify FactoryFitted Connector type Model#Description AParallel-blade U-ground connector BTwo-pin and ground, 20 amp connector CGrounded, 20 amp, twistlock connector MDimmer Doubling connector (NEMA L515P) Source Four PARNel Accessories Model#Description 407CFColor frame (7.5") (included) 400SCSafety Cable 400CCCclamp for Pipe Mounting 400PTH3Top hat, 3" 400PTH6Top hat, 6" 400PHHHalf hat 400XBTHCross baffle top hat 400PGE3Gel extender, 3" 400PGE6Gel extender, 6" 400LEgg crate louver 400WBWeighted base Note: For colors other than black or white, please call ETC Source Four PARNel Model#Description PARNelSource Four PARNel (black) PARNel-1Source Four PARNel (white) ETC Source Four PARNel are supplied with color frame and 3' (91.4cm) bare leads ETCSource Four ¨ PARNel PARNel Series 107

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Source Four ¨ PARNel PARNel Series PHYSICAL PHOTOMETRICS All photometric tests conducted using the Prometric CCD measurement system. All data normalized to nominal lamp lumens at rated voltage, using calibrated HPL 750/115V 21,900 lumens lamp at its rated voltage. For Field diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .41 For Beam diameter at any distance, multiply distance by .19 PAR Nel Spot Distance (ft)30405060 Field Diameter (ft)12.316.420.524.6 Illumination (fc)1931097048 CandlepowerField LumensEfficiencyEfficacy 174,0009,27042.3%12.4 LPW Field Angle Beam Angle 11¡ 23¡ For Fielddiameter at any distance, multiply distance by .78 For Beamdiameter at any distance, multiply distance by .45 PAR Nel Flood Distance (ft)15202530 Field Diameter (ft)11.715.619.523.4 Illumination (fc)1921086948 CandlepowerField LumensEfficiencyEfficacy 43,1009,74044.5%13.0LPW Field Angle Beam Angle 25¡ 43¡ 160000 120000 80000 40000 0 036912151821242730 Candela Degrees Metric Conversions: For Meters multiply feet by .3048 For Lux multiply footcandles by 10.76 To determine illumination in footcandles or lux at any throw distance, divide candlepower by distance squared. For illumination with any lamp, multiply the candlepower of a beam spread by the multiplying factor (mf) shown for that lamp. Spot Flood Candlepower Distribution Curve *77V lamps are intended for use with the ETCDimmer Doubler Warning: Use of lamps other than HPL will void UL/cUL safety approval and product warranty. Source Four PAR Nel is rated for 750W maximum. 5.75" 15cm 10.75" /27cm 10.25" 26cm 11" /28cm 8.25" 20.9cm Source Four PARNel Weights ModelFixture Weight*Shipping Weight lbskgslbskgs PAR Nel83.612.85.8 11" /28cm InitialColorAverage Lamp codeWattsVoltsLumensTemp.Rated LifeMF HPL 750/11575011521,9003,2503001.00 HPL 575/11557511516,5203,2503000.87 HPL 575/115X57511512,3603,05020000.66 HPL 575/12057512016,4603,2503000.87 HPL 375/11537511510,5403,2003000.55 HPL 375/115X3751158,0603,00010000.43 HPL 550/77*5507716,1703,2503000.87 HPL 550/77X*5507712,1603,05020000.66 HPL 750/23075023019,4003,2003000.90 HPL 750/24075024019,4003,2003000.90 HPL 575/23057523014,9003,2004000.76 HPL 575/24057524014,9003,2004000.76 HPL 575/230X57523011,7803,05015000.61 HPL 575/240X57524011,7803,05015000.64 HPL 375/230X3752307,8003,05010000.38 HPL 375/240X3752407,8003,05010000.38 Add 2.3 lbs for C-clamp Corporate Headquarters 3031 Pleasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, Middleton WI 535620979 USA Tel +1 608 831 4116 Fax +1 608 836 1736 London, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000 Fax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, IT Via Ennio Quirino Visconti, 11, 00193 Rome, Italy Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Fax +39 (06) 32 656 990 Holzkirchen, DE Ohmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, Germany Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 Fax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 Hong Kong Room 605-606, Tower III Enterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay,Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel +852 2799 1220 Fax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com Copyright2006 ETC. All Rights Reserved. All product information and specifications subject to change. 7061L1006 Rev. D Pri nted in USA 07/06 Source Four ¨ products protected by U.S. Patent Numbers 5,268,613, 5,345,371, 5,544,029, 5,446,637 and 5,775,799; Japanese Patent Number 2 ,501,772; US and International Patents Pending. 108

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Lighting BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT Lighting BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT LIGHTING WASH PAR 56 & 64/AL 57 Alexander St., Yonkers, NY 10701Tel: 914-476-7987Visit our website at www.altmanlighting.com 2012 Altman Stage Lighting, Inc. Altman PARs are low-cost, highly exible luminaires designed for diverse applications. Intensities and beam spread are a function of the installed light source, so any one unit can serve multiple purposes simply by changing the lamp type. The smaller size of the PAR56 reduces installation hassles, while the PAR64's optional PAR56/64 adapter ring gives the xture great versatility. With oval beams and lamp ranges from 300 to 500 watts for the PAR56 and 300 to 1000 watts for the PAR64, these lights are ideal for use in concerts, nightclubs, television and lm remotes and architectural applications where maximum exibility is desired in a small, compact package. The PAR64-AL is a PAR64 unit constructed from .050-gauge rolled aircraft aluminum to minimize weight without sacri cing durability. PAR56 PAR64 PAR64-AL Catalog Numbers 300-500 WATT PAR 64 & PAR 64-AL Features Constructed of rugged sheet steel (PAR56/64) or rolled aircraft aluminum (PAR64-AL) 360¡ lamp rotation Hinged rear cover for easy lamp access Spring loaded accessory holder safety latch Mogul-end prong socket Three position yoke adjustment Three 36" Te on lead wires Color frame, wire mesh safety screen and safety cable with spring clip included. U.L. and c.U.L. listed for 500 Watts (PAR56) or 1000 Watts (PAR64/AL) Made in the USA Project: Location: Approval Date: Fixture Type: Model Lamp *See following page for lamp data PAR 56 300-1000 WATT A sig ar e a serve m The smaller siz PAR64's optional PAR56/6 4 a beams and lamp ranges fr om for the PAR64, these lights are remotes and architectural a pp compact package. The PAR64-AL is a PAR64 unit co nst imize weight without sacrificing du rab PAR56 PAR64 Three-position yoke adjustment 11 (28.3 cm) 7 # (18.4 cm) 7 $ # (19.7 cm) 7 $ # (19.7 cm) 9 (23.2 cm) 13 $ # (34.9 cm) 6 # (15.9 cm) PAR56 9 (24.4 cm) 15 # (39 cm) 10 % (26.7 cm) 7 # (18.4 cm) 16 (40.6 cm) 11 (27.9 cm) 10 (25.7 cm) PAR64 PAR64-AL 111

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Lighting BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT Lighting BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT LIGHTING WASH PAR 56 & 64/AL 57 Alexander St., Yonkers, NY 10701Tel: 914-476-7987Visit our website at www.altmanlighting.com 2012 Altman Stage Lighting, Inc. Materials: Construction employs all corrosionresistant materials and hardware. Housing: Spun, rolled, and stamped steel (PAR56, PAR64) or aluminum (PAR64-AL). Yoke: Rigid at steel for PAR56 and PAR64, rigid at aluminum for PAR64-AL. Socket: Mogul-end prong. Tool free relamping. Rating: 120/240 volts AC/DC: 4.2/2.1 amps, 500 watts maximum for PAR56; 8.3/4.2 amps, 1000 watts maximum for PAR64 and PAR64-AL. Cable: 36" Te on leads encased in black sleeving. Focusing: Lamp can be rotated 360¡. Accessories: Standard 7.5" x 7.5" accessories for PAR56; 10" x 10" accessories for PAR64 and PAR64AL. Wire mesh safety screen included for PAR56, PAR64 and PAR64-AL. Finish: Black epoxy sandtex, electrostatic application (PAR56 and PAR64) or brushed aluminum nish outside, at baked black enamel inside (PAR64-AL). Weight: Approx. 9 lbs. (4.1 kg) for PAR56; approx. 11 lbs. (5.0 kg) for PAR64; approx 8 lbs. (3.6 kg) for PAR64-AL. Lamps: Accessories: Photometrics: Speci cations: Model NumberSupplied with the xture 6-CFBBlack Color Frame 7.5"x7.5" (PAR56) 8-CFBBlack Color Frame 10"x10" (PAR64/AL) SC-36-BK36" Black Safety Cable w/ Spring Clip Additional Accessories 510Malleable Iron Pipe Clamp for 3/4"-1 1/2" Pipe 6-BD-44 door, 8 leaf barndoors (PAR56) 6-SNSnoot, Black (PAR56) 8-BD-44 door, 8 leaf barndoors (PAR64/AL) 8-SNSnoot, Black (PAR64/AL) PAR56/64-ARAdapter ring (for PAR64 & PAR64-AL only) Watts ANSI code Order code Color temp. (¡K) Rated life (hrs) Rated lumens Beam shape Candlepower (cd) Beam angle Field angle 300--90-300PAR56/NSP280020001,800NSP70,0008¡x10¡15¡x20¡ 300--90-300PAR56/MFL280020002,000MFL24,00011¡x23¡20¡x35¡ 300--90-300PAR56/WFL280020002,100WFL10,00018¡x37¡30¡x60¡ 500--90-500PAR56/NSP300040004,900NSP96,0008¡x13¡15¡x32¡ 500--90-500PAR56/MFL300040005,700MFL43,00010¡x26¡20¡x42¡ 500--90-500PAR56/WFL300040005,725WFL19,00020¡x44¡34¡x66¡ PAR64, PAR64-AL Lamp Information 500--90-500PAR64/NSP280020003,000NSP110,0007¡x12¡13¡x20¡ 500--90-500PAR64/MFL280020003,400MFL35,00011¡x13¡20¡x35¡ 500--90-500PAR64/WFL280020003,500WFL12,00020¡x42¡35¡x65¡ 1000--90-Q1000P64/NSP300040008,500NSP180,0008¡x15¡14¡x31¡ 1000--90-Q1000P64/MFL3000400010,000MFL80,00012¡x28¡22¡x45¡ 1000--90-Q1000P64/WFL3000400013,500WFL33,00024¡x48¡45¡x72¡ 1000FFN90-FFN320060011,000VNSP400,0006¡x12¡10¡x24¡ 1000FFP90-FFP320060012,000NSP330,0007¡x14¡14¡x26¡ 1000FFR90-FFR320060014,000MFL125,00012¡x28¡21¡x44¡ 1000FFS90-FFS320060019,000WFL40,00024¡x48¡45¡x71¡ Distance10'20 30'40'50'60' Lamp Center beam fc ht.()w.() Center beam fc ht.()w.() Center beam fc ht.()w.() Center beam fc ht.()w.() Center beam fc ht.()w.() Center beam fc ht.()w.() 90-300PAR56/NSP7002.63.51755.37.1787.910.64410.514.1-----------90-300PAR556/MFL2403.56.3607.112.62710.618.91514.125.2-----------90-300PAR56/WFL1005.411.52510.723.11116.134.6621.446.2-----------90-500PAR56/NSP9602.65.72405.311.51077.917.26010.522.93813.228.7-----90-500PAR56/MFL4303.57.71087.115.44810.623.02714.130.71717.638.4-----90-500PAR56/WFL1906.113.04812.226.02118.339.01224.552.0830.665.0-----90-500PAR64/NSP1,1002.33.52754.67.11226.810.6699.114.14411.417.6-----90-500PAR64/MFL3503.56.3887.112.63910.618.92214.125.21417.631.5-----90-500PAR64/WFL1206.312.73012.625.51318.938.2825.251.0531.563.7-----90-Q1000P64/NSP1,8002.55.54504.911.12007.416.61139.822.87212.327.7-----90-Q1000P64/MFL8003.98.32007.816.68911.724.95015.633.13219.441.4-----90-Q1000P64/WFL3308.314.58316.629.13724.943.62133.158.11341.472.7-----90-FFN4,0001.84.31,0003.58.54455.312.82507.017.01608.821.311110.525.5 90-FFP3,3002.54.68254.99.23677.413.92069.818.513212.323.19214.827.7 90-FFR1,2503.78.03137.416.213911.124.37814.832.35018.540.43522.248.5 90-FFS4008.314.310016.628.54424.942.82533.157.01641.471.31149.785.6 w. ht. 112

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11 (29 cm) 9 (24 cm) 6 # $ (17 cm) 6 (15 cm) 6 # $ (17 cm) 4 (10 cm) 10 (27 cm) 8 (22 cm) 3 (9 cm) 5 (13 cm) 3 $ (8 cm) 2 # $ (7 cm) FILM &VIDEO LIGHTING Catalog Numbers Q-LITE Q-LITE-JR 1 (see footnote) These open-face luminaires are compact, lightweight, multipurpose flood/fill lights ideal for stage, studio and location lighting applications. Designed to operate high-color-temperature tungstenhalogen lamps, these units are well suited for use in tight or confined spaces where maximum light output and beam spread are required for fill or flood lighting. Specifications subject to change without notice. Fixture Type: 650/1000-WATT OPEN-FACE Q-LITE AND Q-LITE JR. 1 Features V entilated steel housing B road even beam Compact and lightweight W ide range of lamps Color frame, snoot/ color frame holder, and safety cable with spring clip included U .L.and c.U.L.-listed for 650 watts for the Q-Lite-Jr. 1 and 1000 watts for the Q-Lite Made in the U.S.A. Q-LITEQ-LITE-JR 1 1.Discontinued as of 8/25/03. Available while supplies last. Lighting, Inc. ALTMAN BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT 113

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650/1000-WATT OPEN-FACE Q-LITE AND Q-LITE JR. 1 Specifications Housing: Sheet steel construction. Materials: Corrosion-resistant materials and hardware. Y oke: Rigid flat steel with dual-locking-dog tilt handles. Reflector: Peened specular aluminum. Socket: Recessed single-contact, two provided. Tool-free relamping. Rating: For Q-LITE, 120/240 volts AC/DC operation, 8.3/4.2 amps, 1000 watts maximum; for Q-LITE-JR, 1 120/240 volts AC/DC operation, 5.4/2.7 amps, 650 watts maximum. Cable: 36 T eflon ¨ leads encased in black fiberglass sleeving. Hi-Temp rubber cable optional up to 25 Accessories: Color frame, snoot/ color frame holder, and safety cable with spring clip. Finish: Black epoxy Sandtex, electrostatic application. W eight: Approx. 7 lbs. (3.15 Kg) for Q-LITE; approx. 6 lbs. (2.7 Kg) for Q-LITE-JR. 1 Copyright2003AltmanLighting,Inc., 57AlexanderStreet, Yonkers,NY10701. Tel.:914.476.7987/ 212.569.7777/ 800.4.ALTMAN. Fax:914.963.7304. Visit us onlineathttp://www.altmanlighting.com. AltmanLighting,Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of AltmanStageLightingCompany,Inc. Te flon ¨ is a registered trademark of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company. 090903 ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED WITH LUMINAIRE QL-CFColor Frame SC-36-BKSafety Cable with Spring Clip QL-SNBlack Snoot/ Color Frame Holder Catalog Numbers Q-LITE Q-LITE-JR 1 (see footnote) ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES 510Malleable Iron Pipe Clamp F-SASCombination !# 1 # Spigot QL-BD4Black 4-Leaf Barn Door for Q-LITE 54-500625 Extension Cord with In-Line Switch and Edison Connector QL-JR-BD4Black 4-Leaf Barn Door for Q-LITE-JR 1 (while supplies last) 1.Discontinued as of 8/25/03. Available while supplies last. Lighting, Inc. ALTMAN BRINGING IMAGINATION TO LIGHT Q-LITE PHOTOMETRIC DATA WITH FCMLAMP diameter VERTICAL Field Angle: 140 Beam Angle: 130¡ footcandles 224562514 21 43 64 86 distance 5 10 15 20 diameter HORIZONTAL Field Angle: 132 Beam Angle: 102¡ footcandles 224562514 12 25 37 49 distance 5 10 15 20 Q-LITE LAMP INFORMATION wattsvoltsANSIcode color temp. (K) rated life (hrs) 1000120FCM3200300 rated lumens 27,500 correction factor 1.00Clear 1000120FHM320030026,000Frost 750120EJG320040020,0000.73Clear 750120EMD320040019,500Frost 500120FDF320040013,2500.48Clear 500120FDN320040012,800Frost 500120FCL30002,00010,9500.40Clear 500120FCZ30002,00010,700Frost 300120EHM29502,0005,9500.22Clear 300120EHZ29502,0005,900Frost finish Q-LITE-JR 1 PHOTOMETRIC DATA WITH FADLAMP diameter VERTICAL Field Angle: 130 Beam Angle: 109¡ footcandles 353883922 11 22 33 44 distance 4 8 12 16 diameter HORIZONTAL Field Angle: 155 Beam Angle: 119¡ footcandles 353883922 14 27 40 54 distance 4 8 12 16 Q-LITE-JR 1 LAMP INFORMATION wattsvoltsANSIcode color temp. (K) rated life (hrs) 650120FAD3200100 rated lumens 16,500 correction factor 1.00Clear 650120FBX320010016,000Frost 650120DWY34002520,0001.20Clear 650120FCA34002519,000Frost 240120FFM32007511,0000.67Clear 200120FDA320025010,4000.63Frost 200120EHR S30002,0007,8000.47Clear 200120EHR GE29002,0007,7500.47Frost 300120EHP S30002,5005,6000.34Clear 300120EHP GE29002,5005,6500.34Frost 300120EHX30002,5004,900Clear finish 114

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The 5¡, 10¡, 20¡, 30¡, 40¡and 50¡fixed focus SHAKESPEARE ellipsoidals are state of the art luminaires in function, style, and efficiency. These ellipsoidals have been designed and engineered with a number of innovative details and features enhancing versatility and efficiency without sacrificing performance. The dichroic coated glass reflector removes heat from the beam, resulting in longer gel and pattern life while offering a sharp, full field and distortion free pattern projection. The generous accessory slot, the lens barrel, and the two slot accessory holder (20¡,30¡, 40¡and 50¡, only) all rotate to make these spotlights truly versatile performers, especially when you consider that the lens barrels are completely interchangeable. The self-closing, self-locking retaining latch for the accessory holder, and the secondary lens barrel retaining latch are just some of the safety features provided. The aesthetic appearance and ergonomically designed function controls only add to the appeal. With a wide range of non-proprietary lamps to choose from, the low wattage, high output SHAKESPEARE ellipsoidals are ideal for theatres, night clubs, television studios, or wherever superior, energy efficient lighting performance is required. Compact, rugged die-cast aluminum construction, & spun aluminum construction on 5¡and 10¡only Spring mounted dichroic coated glass reflector provided with heat shield Lockable, 180¡indexed rotation of shutter assembly and lens barrel, optional 360¡rotation Tool free interchangeable lens barrels provided with unique safety retaining latch Color coded lens & lens barrel identification system Tempered crown glass lenses have anti-reflective coating Tool free operating lamp centering knob and peak to flat field adjustment knob Replaceable two slot accessory holder for 20¡, 30¡, 40¡and 50¡& wide slotted accessory holder for 5¡and 10¡provided with self-closing and self-locking accessory retaining latch Accessory slot provided with locking cover that will accept rotating gobo accessories, glass pattern holder and drop-in iris Tool free removable heavy gauge stainless steel shutter mounted in separate planes equipped with oversized insulated handles, and spring pressured shutter assembly Dual positioning yoke supplied with dual positive locking dog and tilt angle markings Protective insulated rear mounted ring handle serves as cord wrap, stand, and focusing aid G9.5 medium two-pin lampholder provided with heat shield and accepts a wide variety of non-proprietary lamps Uses standard 6 1 / 4 accessories for 20¡,30¡,40¡and 50¡,12" for 10¡, and 14" for 5¡ Three 36" Teflon lead wires Up to 25' of Hi-Temp rubber cable optional Color frame and safety cable included U.L. and c.U.L. and CE listed for 750 watts Made in the USA 750WATT SHAKESPEARE ELLIPSOIDAL Features ELLIPSOIDAL LIGHTING Catalog Numbers S6-5S6-10 S6-20S6-30 S6-40S6-50 S6-40 Specifications subject to change without notice 14 1 2 ( 37 cm) 14" ( 36 cm) 7 3 4 ( 20 cm) 9 1 4 ( 23 cm) 38 1 4 (97 cm) MIN. 40 1 2 ( 103 cm) MAX. 11" ( 28 cm) MAX. 7 1 2 ( 19 cm) MIN. 18 1 4 ( 46 cm) MAX. 14 3 4 ( 37 cm) MIN. 12 1 2 ( 32 cm) 12" ( 30 cm) 7 3 4 ( 20 cm) 9 1 4 ( 23 cm) 29 1 4 ( 74 cm) MIN. 31 1 2 ( 80 cm) MAX. 11" ( 28 cm) MAX. 7 1 2 ( 19 cm) MIN. 17 1 4 ( 44 cm) MAX. 13 3 4 ( 35 cm) MIN. 12" ( 30 cm) 6 1 4 ( 16 cm) 7 3 4 ( 20 cm) 9 1 4 ( 23 cm) 24" ( 61 cm) MIN. 26 1 4 ( 67 cm) MAX. 11" ( 28 cm) MAX. 7 1 2 ( 19 cm) MIN. 17" ( 43 cm) MAX. 13 1 2 ( 34 cm) MIN. Shakespeare 5¡ Shakespeare 10¡ Shakespeare 20¡30¡40¡50¡ Fixture Type: 115

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TEN-CFBBlack Color Frame, 12" x 12" (for S6-10) TWE-CFBBlack Color Frame, 14" x 14" (for S6-5) 510 Malleable Iron Pipe Clamp 4.5-DNDonut 6 1 / 4 "x6 1 / 4 w/2 1 / 2 diameter opening TEN-DNDonut, 12" x 12" w/5" diameter opening (for S6-10) TWE-DNDonut, 14" x 14" w/6" diameter opening (for S6-5) 4.5-SNSnoot TEN-SNSnoot (for S6-10) 360-PH Pattern Holder with Channels 2 3 / 4 diameter opening, 3 3 / 8 wide 1KL6-PHPattern Holder with Slots, 2 3 / 4 diameter opening, 3 3 / 8 wide S6-GPHPattern Holder for Glass Patterns 404.4.5Motorized Color Wheel for (20¡, 30¡, 40¡& 50¡only) SDiiDrop-in Iris 71-0500Fixture Body without Lens Barrel 71-050150¡Lens Barrel w/Lenses 71-050240¡Lens Barrel w/Lenses 71-050330¡Lens Barrel w/Lenses 71-050420¡Lens Barrel w/Lenses 71-050610¡Lens Barrel w/Lens 71-05075¡Lens Barrel w/Lens 4.5-CFColor Frame, 6 1 / 4 "x6 1 / 4 (for 20¡, 30¡, 40¡& 50¡) TEN-CFColor Frame, 12"x12" (for S6-10) TWE-CFColor Frame, 14"x14" (for S6-5) SCSafety Cable with Spring Clip Footcandles Distance Feet S6-5 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 24 5 6 79 10 2437 1083 609 390 271 199 152 Dia. Ft. 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 11 12 13 15 16 1718 12097 81 68 58 5043 Footcandles Distance Feet S6-10 20 3040 50 60 7080 4 5 7 9 10 1214 1978 879 494 316 220 161 124 Dia. Ft. 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 161719 212324 26 98 79 65 55 47 40 35 Footcandles Distance Feet S6-30 Dia. Ft. 1020 3040506070 80 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 41 1493 373 166 93 60 4130 23 Footcandles Distance Feet S6-20 Dia. Ft. 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 4 7 1114 182225 29 1897 474211 119 76 53 3930 Footcandles Distance Feet S6-40 Dia. Ft. 10 20 30 4050 60 70 80 7 14 21 28 3542 48 55 981 245 109 61 39 2720 15 Footcandles Distance Feet S6-50 Dia. Ft. 102030 4050 60 7080 1019 2838475666 76 4631165129191397 750 WATT SHAKESPEARE ELLIPSOIDAL W atts Volts ANSI Code Manufacturer Lamp Code Color Temp (¡K) Rated Life (Hours) Rated Lumens Correction Factor 375 375 575 575 600 575 575 750 750 115 115 115 115 230 115 115 115 115 3200¡ 3050¡ 3250¡ 3100¡ 3200¡ 3200¡ 3100¡ 3200¡ 3050¡ 300 1500 400 1500 400 400 1500 300 1500 10,000 8,500 15,500 13,500 15,000 15,500 13,500 21,500 18,250 .69 .59 1.14 1.00 GKV GLC GLA HX400 HX401 HX604 HX605 HX600/HV230 HP600/6989P HP600/6992P HX754 HX755 LAMP DATA Fixture T ype Candlepower (Candela) Beam Angle (Degrees) Field Angle (Degrees) Efficiency (%) 5¡ 7¡ 13¡ 18¡ 20¡ 23¡ 7¡ 10¡ 20¡ 28¡ 38¡ 50¡ 68 60 48 54 59 55 S6-5 S6-10 S6-20 S6-30 S6-40 S6-50 974,900 791,000 189,700 149,200 98,100 46,300 SHAKESPEARE PERFORMANCE CHART WITH GLC LAMP Catalog Numbers S6-5 S6-10 S6-20S6-30 S6-40 S6-50 Accessories: Accessory slot provided with cover, rotates 180¡with shutter assembly, 360¡ optional, accepts drop-in iris and rotating gobo accessories. Removable Lexan front end accessory holder equipped with two slots and accepts standard 6 1 / 4 accessories on 20¡, 30¡, 40¡, & 50¡. Accessory holder retaining latch is self-closing and self-locking for safety. Finish: Black epoxy sandtex, electrostatic application. W eight: Approx; 20 lbs. (9 kg.) for S6-5. Approx; 19 lbs. (8.6 kg.) for S6-10. Approx; 18 lbs. (8.1 kg.) for 20¡, 30¡, 40¡& 50¡. Photometric Data For GLC Lamp Housing: Die-cast aluminum construction. Materials: Construction employs corrosion-resistant materiaIs and hardware. Y oke: Rigid flat steel with dual locking dog tilt handles, two mounting positions, indexed tilt angle markings. Reflector: Spring mounted dichroic coated glass, ellipsoidal design. Lenses: Color coded crown glass (white plate) lenses provided with antireflective coating. Molded front lens made of polymeric plastic for 5¡& 10¡only. Lens Barrel: Die-cast aluminum for the 20¡, 30¡, 40¡& 50¡& spun aluminum for the 5¡& 10¡. Lens barrels are interchange able, color coded, & marked. Secondary safety latch provided. Socket: Altman G9.5 medium two-pin, axially mounted, supplied with heat shield. Tool free relamping. Rating: 120/240 volts AC/DC operation, 6.3/3.1 amps, 750 watts maximum. Cable: 36" Teflon leads encased in black fiberglass sleeving, rear cord wrap provided. Hi-Temp rubber cable optional, up to 25'. Shutters: Four provided, .037" stainless steel, fully adjustable and removable. Constructed with oversized Valox heat resistant handles. Shutter Assembly: Spring pressured, 180¡indexed rotation on Teflon glides, provided with locking knob. Focusing, Lamp: Fully adjustable in three axis with two concentric Ultem 2100 heat resistant knobs. Focusing, Fixture: Lens barrel travels on nylon glides, provided with heat resistant lock knob. Ring shaped rear mounted aiming handle provided, constructed of Ultem 2100. Specifications ACCESSORIES Supplied with Luminaire ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES 57 Alexander Street, Yonkers, NY 10701 Tel: 914.476.7987, 212.569.7777, Fax: 914.963.7304, Toll free: 800.4.ALTMAN or V isit our website at http://www.altmanltg.com 2003 Altman Stage Lighting Company, Inc. Altman Lighting, Inc. is a subsidiary of Altman Stage Lighting Company, Inc. 111003 116

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The VARI LITE VL1100 ERS luminaire, borne from the very popular VL1000 ERS luminaire, combines the functionality of one of the most popular conventional lighting tools the ellipsoidal reflector spotlight with the versatility of an automated luminaire. All VL1100 models have undergone design enhancements to provide more quiet and fluid operation. Automated functions include CYM color mixing, rotating gobos (gobos/patterns sold separately), variable diffusion and a zoom lens that ranges from 19¡ to 36¡ for normal imaging and a super zoom function that ranges to 70¡. A new 50 kHz. drive system quiets all two-phase motors both when moving and static. A central bearing system in the gobo wheel reduces noise and ensures smooth operation of the mechanism. Additionally, new, three-phase, ultra quiet stepper motors provide for smoother and quieter pan and tilt operation. Models VL1100AI and VL1100AS deliver more than 15,000 lumens with the higher color temperature of the 575 watt arc source. These models also include a mechanical dimmer and a truss-mounted, fanless ballast. The VL1100AS model includes an automated, four-blade shutter mechanism that provides control of all shutter functions popular in conventional ellipsoidal reflector spotlights. The VL1100AI model includes a beam size iris. VL1100 AS / AI V L 1 1 0 0 A S / A I a u t o m a t e d e l l i p s o i d a l r e f l e c t o r s p o t l i g h t Arc Units Programmable Functions Zoom Optics: Continuously variable field angle in imaging range from 19¡ to 36¡, super zoom angles to 70¡ is programmable over a timed range of 2 seconds to 20 minutes. Color Mixing System: A fully cross-fading CYM color system. All motors utilize a noise reducing, 50kHz. drive system that quiets operation during movement and also while static. Diffusion: Field or gobo can be continuously and smoothly diffused to wash. Dimmer: A coated glass dimmer wheel provides full-field dimming designed for smooth timed fades. Rotating Gobo Wheel: Six position rotating gobo wheel with a central bearing system, five rotatable and indexable gobo positions plus open. (Patterns are not included with the fixture.) Shutter (Framing Models): Four-blade system can frame and crop beam field and gobos. Each individual shutter is capable of translating to beam center while also rotating 35¡. Entire shutter rotates 45¡. Beam Size Control (Iris Models): In addition to the zoom optics, a mechanical iris provides continuous beam size control for both rapid changes and smooth timed beam angle changes. Pan and Tilt: Smooth, timed continuous motion using three phase, ultra quiet stepper motors with encoder correction. Pan range is 540¡; tilt is 270¡. Resolution is 0.1¡. Unit will calibrate to support close hangs (yoke-to-yoke). Description Sources: 575 W Arc Lamp, Phillips MSR 575HR (or equivalent) Color Temp: 6000K CRI: 95 Output: >15,000 Lumens Rated Life: 1,000 Hours Optional Source: 575 W Arc Lamp, Phillips MSD 575HR (or equivalent) Color Temp: 5900K CRI: 75 Output: >14,000 Lumens Rated Life: 2,000 Hours Power Requirements: 3 to 9 Amps depending upon input voltage. 90 -264 VAC 50/60 Hz. Reflector: Precision glass reflector with dichroic cold mirror coating. Operational Temperature: -20¡ to 122¡F (-29¡ to 50¡C) Cooling: Free convection cooling when hung. Floor mounted units and extreme ambient temperatures activate a low-noise, forced-air cooling system. Control: Completely compatible with a wide variety of DMX512 lighting control consoles. Mounting Position: VL1100 ERS luminaires can be mounted and operated in any orientation. Spacing: Full range of motion on 26.5" centers. Hangs as close as 20.0". Weight: Luminaire: 70.0 lbs (32.0 kg) / Ballast: 16.6 lbs (7.52 kg). Ordering Information Luminaires: 20.9664.0001.12 VL1100AS ERS, Arc, Framing Shutters, Includes 575W Arc Lamp 20.9664.0001.12.02 VL1100AS ERS, Arc, WHITE, Framing Shutters, Includes 575W Arc Lamp 20.9664.0001.13 VL1100AI ERS, Arc, Iris, Includes 575W Arc Lamp 20.9664.0001.13.02 VL1100AI ERS, Arc, WHITE, Iris, Includes 575W Arc Lamp Accessories: 71.2528.0575 575 Watt Arc Lamp, MSR575HR 71.2556.0575 575 Watt Long-Life Arc Lamp, MSD575HR 22.9620.0194 Safety Cable 28.8500.0054 USB Luminaire Programming Kit 55.6840.0001 Truss Hook, Mega-Clamp, Round and Square 55.6841.0001 Truss Hook, Mega-Claw for 2" Round Tube 41.6010.XXXX Gobo, Series 1000 (Specify pattern from catalog to complete P/N.) 117

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Vari-Lite 10911 Petal Street Dallas, TX 75238 1.877.VARILITE fax: 214.647.8038 www.vari-lite.com VL1100 AS / AI V L 1 1 0 0 A S / A I a u t o m a t e d e l l i p s o i d a l r e f l e c t o r s p o t l i g h t Arc Units Arc Ballast Unit Description: Input Voltage Range: 90 to 275V, Auto Ranging Frequency: 50 or 60 Hz Current Range: 2.7 to 9.0A* Power Factor: 0.97 Output Open Circuit Voltage: 450V Lamp Voltage: 100V Lamp Current: 6.25A* Lamp Power: 625W* Output Current Shape: Square wave Output Frequency: 200Hz* High Frequency Ripple Current: 3% Nominal Values Specifications The unit shall be an integrally designed, remote-controlled, automated ellipsoidal reflector spot luminaire. An integral enclosure/pan tube supports the luminaire with provisions for two hooks. The pan tube serves as an interconnection point for power and data. Low noise fans provide forced-air cooling for internal components during extreme opera ting conditions. The rear cap provides three-point lamp adjustment and easy access to the lamp for replacement. An AC input connector, a remote ballast interconnect cable and two, five-pin DMX512 compatible connectors (in and through) are provided. The unit can be controlled by a wide variety of DMX512 consoles. Each unit shall be equipped with a high-speed processor providing diagnostic and self-calibration functions as well as internal test routines and software update capabilities. A yoke arm mounted panel and display provide the user interface. The unit shall contain three-phase stepper motors to provide movement of the head through 540¡ in the horizontal plane (pan) and 270¡ in the vertical plane (tilt). The luminaire calibrates to minimize hanging distances. A zooming multi-element optical system provides continuous focus of gobo images for field angles from 19¡ to 36¡. A super zoom function provides field angles to 70¡. Independent control of edge is provided. A CYM color mixing system shall be provided for a broad range of user color selection. A variable diffusion stage shall be included. This stage provides controlled reduction of the contrast ratio of imagery and beam edges. The effect is a continuous transition from spotlight to floodlight. A six-position gobo wheel with five rotatable, indexable gobo positions and one open position shall be included. A central bearing system in the gobo wheel shall reduce noise and ensure smooth operation of the mechanism. Gobos are easily installed and removed. (A wide selection of gobos are available from Vari-Lite.) Framing shutter models contain four shutter blades that translate radially across the beam. Each individual shutter is capable of translating to beam center while also rotating 35¡. The framing shutter mechanism rotates as a unit 45¡. Iris models contain a beam size iris suitable for producing narrow beams and cropping gobos. A 50 kHz. drive system shall quiet all two phase motors in the luminaire both when moving and static. The unit is ETL and ETLc certified and CE marked. The unit's exterior finish shall be available in black or white. VL1100AS/AI_102412 Photometric Data* VL1100 ERS 575W Metal Halide VL1100 ERS 575W Metal Halide (Long Life) 19.0 27.0 36.5 70.0 (Super Zoom) 19.5 27.0 36.0 70.0 (Super Zoom) .335 .480 .660 1.40 .344 .480 .650 1.40 13.0 18.0 24.0 28.5 13.5 18.5 24.5 28.0 .228 .317 .425 .508 .237 .326 .434 .499 235,300 123,700 66,500 31,600 205,400 104,900 56,400 27,000 Notes: All data taken with seasoned light source at 20 hours of life. 1 Multiply distance by Tn to determine coverage. To calculate center beam Illuminance (I), at a specific distance (D): I = cd I D2 if (D) is in feet, (I) is in foot candles if (D) is in meters, (I) is in lux 26" (66cm) 26.5" (67.3cm) 34.5" (87.6cm) 17.5" (44.5cm) Weight & Dimensions Mounting Position: Ballast can be mounted in any orientation. Weight: 16.6 lbs (7.52 kg) 4.54" (11.5 cm) 13.43" (34.1 cm) 11.56" (29.4 cm) Shown with accessories that are sold separately. 2010-2012 Philips Group. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finishes. Specifications are subject to change without notice. VARI LITE automated lighting equipment is made in the U.S.A. 118

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Specifications-4-inch, 7.5-inch Color Changers Power/Data Receives 24v DC and DMX from Wybron PS Series Power Supply XLR Connector Pin Out XLR Pin #FunctionConductor Size 1Ground14 AWG 2Data +22 AWG 3Data -22 AWG 424 Volts DC14 AWG *Not Compatible with Ram II Power Supplies Control Uses DMX512-A Protocol General Designed to be an entry level color changer Fits the most common wash and ellipssoidal fixtures 16 individual gel frames on 4" (Source Four) & 7.0" models Features Wbron's Autoload system for easy gelstring loading Wide selection of fixture mounting plates Integrated stainless steel safety cable .063" aluminum sheet metal construction Accepts power and data on one cable 4 pin XLR connector for power and data 4 pin XLR connector output for daisy chaining units Made in the USA TEL 8006240146 TEL 719 548 9774 FAX 719 548 0432 EMAIL: info@wybron.com WEBSITE: www.wybron.com 119

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5.25"/133mm 5.25"/133mm 9.86"/248mm 2.99"/76mm 3.25"/83mm 10.13"/257mm 2.65"/67mm 2.59"/ 66mm 11.72"/298mm 7.0"/176mm 3.0"/76mm 3.34"/85mm 7.0"/176mm 11.07"/281mm 2.66"/68mm 2.59"/ 66mm 4-inch Model 4540 TEL 8006240146 TEL 719 548 9774 FAX 719 548 0432 EMAIL: info@wybron.com WEBSITE: www.wybron.com Weight: 3.38 lbs./1.53kg without mounting plate Front Door: 10.0" accessory holder Weight: 3.0 lbs./1.361kg without mounting plate Front Door: 6.25" accessory holder Available in 3', 5', 10', 15', 25', 50', 75', & 100' lengths ** See COLOREXPRESS Gelstrings for available colors FORERUNNER Color Changers ModelDescription 4540 4-inch color changer 7140 7-inch color changer PS-SERIES Power Supply 820150150W power Supply 820300300W power Supply 820600600W power Supply FORERUNNER Accessories 7042-XX Power/Data Cable (XX=Length)* FORERUNNER Gelstrings** 4549XX4-inch g elstring (XX=number of frames up to 16) 7149XX7.0-inch gelstring (XX=number of frames up to 16) FORERUNNER Mounting Plate INCLUDED. To specify size, see website. Specifications-4-inch, 7-inch Dimensions & Weights 7-inch Model 7140 Ordering Information Color Changers 120

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General A component of the Wybron Infotrace Series of Products Control and power for the following Wybron products: NEXERALX Luminaires CXI IT Color Changers COLORAM IT Color Changers ECLIPSE IT SHUTTER/ ECLIPSE IT IRIS Dowsers FORERUNNER Color Changers Front & rear LEDs indicating signal and power Integrated stainless steel safety cable Truss or rack mountable; free standing .063" aluminum sheet metal construction 4 pin XLR connector for power and data 4 pin XLR connector for output Made in the USA Power/Data Accepts all standard voltages worldwide (100-132 VAC 50/60 Hz and 170-240 VAC 50/60 Hz Sends/passes 24v DC and DXM/RDM XLR Connector Pin Out XLR Pin #FunctionConductor Size 1Ground14 AWG 2 Data -22 AWG 3 Data +22 AWG 424 Volts DC14 AWG *Not Compatible with Ram II Power Supplies Control Uses DMX512-A Protocol Infotrace features available using ANSI E1.20 2006 Remote Device Management over USITT DMX512 standard Parameters and features selectable with Infotrace/RDM: Device Label Firmware Upgrade Infotrace/RDM feedback information Type of Device Voltage Output Sensor Device Drop Warning Specifications-150W, 300W & 600W PS-SERIES Power Supplies 121

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PS-150 Model 820150 TEL 8006240146 TEL 719 548 9774 FAX 719 548 0432 EMAIL: info@wybron.com WEBSITE: www.wybron.com PS-SERIES Power Supply Model Description 820150 150W Power Supply 820300 300W Power Supply 820600 600W Power Supply PS-SERIES Power SupplyAccessories 7042-XX Power/Data Cable (XX=Length)* Specifications-150W, 300W & 600W Dimensions & Weights PS-600 Model 820600 Ordering Information PS-SERIES Power Supplies Available in 3', 5', 10', 15', 25', 50', 75', & 100' lengths Power Supply PS-150PS-300PS-600 Model 8201 50 8203 00 82 0600 Output Power 150W300W600W Maximum devices per Power Supply Description ModelHead Ft. CXI IT 7.5" 87200150061224 CXI IT 4" 84560150061224 CXI IT Lg Format816050750 259 CXI IT 12" 812210500 248 CXI IT 8-light 816130750 36 12 CXI IT Mariner 87220150061224 CXI IT MultiPar 872401000 49 18 NEXERA LX(tungsten) 150081632 NEXERA LX(CDM) 150061224 COLORAM IT 7.5"87110150061224 COLORAMIT 4" 84520150061224 COLORAMIT 10"8101001000 48 16 COLORAMIT Lg Frmt816090100061224 COLORAMIT 15"815010100061224 COLORAMIT 8-light816080100051020 AQUARAM IT7.5"87080100051020 AQUARAM ITLg Frmt85000100061224 ECLIPSE IT SHUTTER1K89001150081632 ECLIPSE ITSHUTTER 2K811010150081632 ECLIPSE IT SHUTTER817000150081632 ECLIPSEIT IRIS 1K87250150061224 ECLIPSEIT IRIS 2K812020150061224 ECLIPSEIT IRIS 24"823020750 36 12 FORERUNNER 4" 4540n/a163264 FORERUNNER 7" 7140n/a163264 Equipment Compatibility ** The following is a chart of compatibility and capacity of the various models of the PS-Series Power Supply and the companion devices. 7.85"/199.40mm 14.0"/355.60mm 4.03"/102.40mm 4.42"/112.30mm Weight: 7.90 lbs./3.58kg 7.85"/199.40mm 14.0"/355.60mm 2.96"/75.20mm 3.35"/85.10mm Weight: 5.40 lbs./2.45kg PS-300 Model 820300 Weight: 3.90 lbs./1.77kg 7.60"/193.10mm 12.75"/323.90mm 2.88"/73. 1 0mm 3.27"/83. 1 0mm 2560LX, 2570LX, 2640LX Lg Frmt 2580LX, 2600LX, 2650LX 122

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Sensor ¨ + Delta Racks ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Sensor+ Series GENERAL INFORMATION Sensor+ Delta dimming systems provide the same high density, professional features and exceptional reliability for systems with delta power as standard Sensor+ racks. Two rack designs are available for different needs of space and current capability. Sensor+ Delta (SRD+) includes an attached and pre-wired auxiliary breaker cabinet for all outputs and is offered with or without input disconnects for discreet feeds. Sensor+ Delta2 (SRD2+) does not require an outboard breaker cabinet. Delta2 shares a 25A 2-pole breaker across the two dimmers in each module, which allows for 78% of the connected load potential of a Delta Rack with an aux bay, but in a single rack. APPLICATIONS Dimmed loads in Delta power environments (usually shipboard): Performance and show lighting Themed casino and retail lighting Public area effect lighting FEATURES High dimmer density Rugged industrial construction Adaptable modular design Up to two 3.0kW dimmers per module 12, 24, and 48 module racks available Split or bussed power feeds for installation exibility Advanced conguration editing built into rack Stores up to 128 presets in memory Direct Ethernet control signal input Two DMX512-A inputs Standard system and rack monitoring with diagnostic reporting ACCESSORIES SmartLink ¨ Button Stations and SmartLink TimeClock Sound Suppression Hood Document holder ORDERING INFORMATION Installation Racks MODEL DESCRIPTION SR48D+ Sensor+ 48 Module Delta Rack, 120V SR48D+S Sensor+ 48 Module Delta Rack, 120V, Split bus SR24D+ Sensor+ 24 Module Delta Rack, 120V SR24D+S Sensor+ 24 Module Delta Rack, 120V, Split bus SR12D+ Sensor+ 12 Module Delta Rack, 120V HSR48D+ Sensor+ 48 Module Delta Rack, 230V HSR48D+S Sensor+ 48 Module Delta Rack, 230V, Split bus HSR24D+ Sensor+ 24 Module Delta Rack, 230V HSR24D+S Sensor+ 24 Module Delta Rack, 230V, Split bus HSR12D+ Sensor+ 12 Module Delta Rack, 230V SR48D2+ Sensor+ 48 Module Delta2 Rack, 120V SR48D2+S Sensor+ 48 Module Delta2 Rack, 120V, Split bus SR24D2+ Sensor+ 24 Module Delta2 Rack, 120V SR24D2+S Sensor+ 24 Module Delta2 Rack, 120V, Split bus SR12D2+ Sensor+ 12 Module Delta2 Rack, 120V HSR48D2+ Sensor+ 48 Module Delta2 Rack, 230V HSR48D2+S Sensor+ 48 Module Delta2 Rack, 230V, Split bus HSR24D2+ Sensor+ 24 Module Delta2 Rack, 230V HSR24D2+S Sensor+ 24 Module Delta2 Rack, 230V, Split bus HSR12D2+ Sensor+ 12 Module Delta2 Rack, 230V Rack Options MODEL DESCRIPTION AUX19-48 19" Auxiliary Rack(s) for 48-module rack AUX19-24 19" Auxiliary Rack(s) for 24-module rack AUX19-12 19" Auxiliary Rack(s) for 12-module rack 19" Aux bays are required on Delta racks (not Delta2). Vibration Reduction mounts available for all Sensor+ racks. Contact ETC for details. Rack Accessories MODEL DESCRIPTION SSSh24-48 Sensor+ Sound Suppression Hood large SSSh6-12 Sensor+ Sound Suppression Hood small DH Document Holder SmartLink Accessories MODEL DESCRIPTION S-LPB SmartLink Power Board for Sensor+ Racks S-10005 SmartLink 5-Button Station S-10010 SmartLink 10-Button Station One SmartLink Power Board required for station support. S-LPB supports up to four stations. Only one S-LPB may be enabled in a system. 36 35 95 89 83 96 90 84 93 77 87 75 81 91 79 85 73 71 59 65 67 63 53 69 57 51 49 61 55 47 41 94 78 88 76 82 92 80 86 74 72 60 66 68 64 54 70 58 52 50 62 56 48 42 29 45 39 33 27 37 43 31 23 25 17 5 11 21 9 15 3 19 7 13 1 30 46 40 34 28 38 44 32 24 26 18 6 12 22 10 16 4 20 8 14 2 D I M M I N G S Y S T E M D I M M I N G S Y S T E M 123

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Sensor ¨ + Delta Racks ETC ¨ 2 of 4 Sensor+ Series SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL Racks available in three sizes: SR12D+ 12 module racks, 24 dimmers maximum SR24D+ 24 module racks, 48 dimmers maximum SR48D+ 48 module racks, 96 dimmers maximum Dual density (two dimmers per module) dimmer modules only Ambient temperature: 0-40¡C / 32-104¡F Relative humidity: 10-90% non-condensing Dimmer room HVAC systems must at all times maintain the specied ambient temperature at the dimmer rack. Dimming systems operating within 10¡F of the upper or lower temperature limits must strictly follow installation and operation guidelines to operate reliably. MECHANICAL Rugged 16-gauge steel construction Fine-textured, scratch-resistant, gray epoxy paint 12-module rack is designed for wall mount installation 24-module rack can be wall, pedestal or oor mounted 48-module rack is oor mounted Vibration isolation kits available for all racks Top and bottom conduit access through removable panels No tools required for module removal or installation Keyed module slots prevent insertion of inappropriate module types Front access to all wiring and terminations Full height locking door Electrostatic air lter easily removed from door for periodic cleaning High efciency cooling system with airow sensor High visibility LED status beacon ELECTRICAL Accepts three wire 120V Delta or three wire 230V Delta 200-, 400and 800-Amp feeds for high current Delta single feed applications Multiple 175 Amp feeds available to permit lower current, smaller conductor Delta feeds (required from the same source for proper dimming operation) Fault current protection up to 100,000 AIC (based on voltage) Main Breaker or Disconnect options in branch circuit rack for D racks and in Aux racks for D2 Racks DELTA ELECTRICAL Delta Modules contain catastrophic failure protection only (branch circuit protection is provided in the aux bay), a solid state switching module, associated toroidal lters, and power and control connectors Delta Racks are factory wired to Branch Circuit Racks. Each dimmed circuit is routed through an 80% rated 2-pole 20 Amp circuit breaker at 120V (80% rated 16A breaker, 230V) Delta branch breakers accept up to 10 AWG wire rated for 20A at 120V (16A at 230V) DELTA2 ELECTRICAL Delta2 Modules contain one 2-pole 25 Amp 100% rated internal fault protection breaker shared by both circuits, a solid state switching module, associated toroidal lters, and power and control connectors Delta2 Modules allow up to 25A total per dual density dimmer module without outboard breakers Delta2 Load terminals accept up to 4 AWG (25mm 2 ) wire. Wire must be rated for 25A CONTROL ELECTRONICS Sensor+ Control Electronics Module (CEM+) Single Ethernet control signal input Two DMX512-A inputs SPECIFICATION Standard diagnostic reporting via browser-based interface or DimStat software Supports SmartLink control of presets SmartLink TimeClock option ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Compatible Dimmer Modules SENSOR DELTA MODULES MODEL DESCRIPTION D25D Dual 25A Delta Dimmer Module, 120V D25D2 Dual Delta2 Dimmer Module, 120V, 25A total load AFM Air Flow Module See specications on left for accurate load information. Control Modules MODEL DESCRIPTION CEM+ Control Electronics Module + Load Wiring Lug Capacity CONNECTION WIRE SIZE 25A loads (Delta 2) 4 AWG Max. (25mm 2 ) 20A loads (Delta AUX rack) 8 AWG max. (10mm 2 ) Primary Feed Lug Capacity CONNECTION WIRE SIZE 48 Module Rack Dual 600 kcmil 2 AWG (300mm 2 35mm 2 ) 24 Module Rack Dual 350 kcmil 4 AWG (185mm 2 25mm 2 ) 12 Module Rack Dual 250 kcmil 6 AWG (120mm 2 16mm 2 ) Primary Feed Lug Capacity split buss Delta and D2 CONNECTION WIRE SIZE All Racks Single 250 kcmil 6 AWG (120mm 2 16mm 2 ) per 12 module group Sound Pressure Level (dBA) MODEL dBA @ 1000Hz (1kHz) WITHOUT WITH SSSh ** 48 Module Rack 37.0 30.9 24 Module Rack 40.2 34.0 12 Module Rack 41.8 33.8 dBA values for each Sensor rack measured at one meter. Visit www.etcconnect.com for full spectrum dBA ratings. ** Sensor Sound Supression hood (SSSh). 124

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Sensor ¨ + Delta Racks ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Sensor+ Series SENSOR+ DELTA RACKS Empty Dimmer Rack Weights Installation Rack Dimensions MODEL WEIGHT SHIPPING WEIGHT MODEL HEIGHT WIDTH DEPTH lbs kgs lbs kgs inches mm inches mm inches mm 48 Module Rack with Aux 485 220 535 243 48 Module Rack 83.1 2110 14.6 370 22.8 580 Door for 48 Module Rack 31 14 35 16 24 Module Rack 45.8 1160 14.6 370 16.8 430 24 Module Rack with Aux 265 120 295 134 12 Module Rack 25.8 660 14.6 370 13.3 340 Door for 24 Module Rack 17 8 20 9 Aux rack (48) 83.1 2110 18.8 470 22.8 580 12 Module Rack with Aux 115 52 130 59 Aux rack (24) 45.8 1160 18.8 370 16.8 430 Door for 12 Module Rack 11 5 14 6.5 Aux rack (12) 25.8 660 18.8 370 13.3 340 Rack doors ship separately. Full Dimmer Rack Weights MODEL MAX. WEIGHT lbs kgs 48 Module Rack with Aux 790 358 24 Module Rack with Aux 419 190 12 Module Rack with Aux 194 88 Typical Rack, door and D25D modules (5.7lbs/slot). 36 35 95 89 83 96 90 84 93 77 87 75 81 91 79 85 73 71 59 65 67 63 53 69 57 51 49 61 55 47 41 94 78 88 76 82 92 80 86 74 72 60 66 68 64 54 70 58 52 50 62 56 48 42 29 45 39 33 27 37 43 31 23 25 17 5 11 21 9 15 3 19 7 13 1 30 46 40 34 28 38 44 32 24 26 18 6 12 22 10 16 4 20 8 14 2 23 17 11 5 21 15 9 3 19 13 7 1 24 18 12 6 22 16 10 4 20 14 8 2 D I M M I N G S Y S T E M D I M M I N G S Y S T E M D I M M I N G S Y S T E M 33.6" 853mm 18.8" 478mm 14.8" 376mm 33.6" 853mm 18.8" 478mm 14.8" 376mm 33.6" 853mm 18.8" 478mm 14.8" 376m m 22.8 579mm 16.7" 424mm 13.3" 338mm 25.8" 655mm 45.8" 1162mm 83.1" 2110mm 45 35 47 41 29 39 33 27 43 15 37 31 25 23 5 11 17 21 9 3 19 13 7 1 46 36 48 42 30 40 34 28 44 16 38 32 26 24 6 12 18 22 10 4 20 14 8 2 SR12D+ SR24D+ SR48D+ 125

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Sensor ¨ + Delta Racks ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Sensor+ Series SENSOR+ DELTA2 RACKS Empty Dimmer Rack Weights Installation Rack Dimensions MODEL WEIGHT SHIPPING WEIGHT MODEL HEIGHT WIDTH DEPTH lbs kgs lbs kgs inches mm inches mm inches mm 48 Module Rack 188 86 198 90 48 Module Rack 83.1 2110 14.6 370 22.8 580 Door for 48 Module Rack 31 14 35 16 24 Module Rack 45.8 1160 14.6 370 16.8 430 24 Module Rack 107 49 115 53 12 Module Rack 25.8 660 14.6 370 13.3 340 Door for 24 Module Rack 17 8 20 9 12 Module Rack 45 21 50 23 Door for 12 Module Rack 11 5 14 6.5 Rack doors ship separately Full Dimmer Rack Weights MODEL MAX. WEIGHT lbs kgs 48 Module Rack 493 222 24 Module Rack 261 118 12 Module Rack 125 56 Typical Rack, door and D25D modules (5.7lbs/slot) Corporate Headquarters London, UK Rome, IT Holzkirchen, DE Hong Kong Web Sensor ¨ products protected by one or more of the following U.S. Patent Numbers 5,323,088, 5,352,088, 7,233,112, 7,019,469, 6,849,943, and 6,002,563; European Number 0603333T2; German 69203609. W all or other barrier (all racks) 6" 150mm 17" 460mm 17" 460m m 17" 460m m 6" 150mm 6" 150m m 14.6" 370mm 14.6" 370m m 14.6" 370m m 13.3 340m m 16.8 430m m 25.8" 660m m 45.8" 1160m m 83.1" 2110m m 22.8 580m m All racks require minimum clearance above fa n 10.0" 250mm SR12D2+ SR24D2+ SR48D2+ 126

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Signal ED50AF Powe r Signa l Signa l ED15AF Powe r Powe r Advanced Dimmer Module ETC 1 of 2 Sensor+ CE Advanced Series GENERAL INFORMAT I ON A dvanced F eatures ( AF ) Dimmer M odules are designed for use in Sensor ¨ + E S R A dvanced Series modular rack enclosures. AF dimmer modules enable dimmer-specic feedback of load circuit data while performing digital phase angle dimming in AF -capable Sensor+ C E dimmer enclosures. T hey provide cost-effective digital forward phase angle dimming for loads such as incandescent, low voltage, quartz, neon, cold cathode and two wire uorescent ballasts. T he patended high-density dimmer module design features easy installation and removal, hydraulic magnetic circuit breakers and enhanced risetime toroidal lters. APPLICATIONS Incandescent lighting L ow voltage lighting Quartz lighting N eon lighting Cold Cathode lighting 2-wire F luorescent ballast FEATURES Voltage, current, and temperature sensors in each dimmer E D 6 AF E D10 AF E D15 AF and E D25 AF modules are dual density E D50 AF modules are single density Dual back-to-back SC R s for each circuit 400S and 350S risetime toroidal lters High-density modular assembly Die-cast aluminium chassis Hydraulic-magnetic circuit breakers O R D ER I N G I NFORMAT I ON Sensor+ CE 230V Advanced (AF) Dimmer Modules PART# D ESCRIPTION 7070 A 1075 2 x 1.3kW SP 400S AF M odule E D 6 AF 7070 A 1068 2 x 1.3kW N D 400S AF M odule E D 6 AFN 7070 A 1076 2 x 2.3kW SP 400S AF M odule E D 10 AF 7070 A 1067 2 x 2.3kW N D 400S AF M odule E D 10 AFN 7070 A 1003 2 x 3kW SP 400S AF M odule E D15 AF 7070 A 1029 2 x 3kW N D 400S AF M odule E D15 AFN 7070 A 1030 2 x 3kW N D/ R CD 400S AF M odule 30m A E D15 AFR 7070 A 1008 2 x 5kW SP 350S AF M odule E D25 AF 7070 A 1032 2 x 5kW N D 350S AF M odule E D25 AFN 7070 A 1033 2 x 5kW N D/ R CD 350S AF M odule 30m A E D25 AFR 7070 A 1013 1 x 10kW SP 350S AF M odule 30m A E D50 AF 7070 A 1035 1 x 10kW N D/ R CD 350S AF M odule 30m A E D50 AFR ACCESSORIES 7071 A 3085 *Single N eutral Jumper ( O ne needed per SP module) SP = Single pole breaker. N D = T wo pole breaker with neutral disconnect. Compatible Rack Enclosures PART# D ESCRIPTION 7171 A 1030 Sensor+ C E E S R 48 A dvanced ( AF ) R ack, 48 M odules, N eutral Disconnect ( N D) 7171 A 1034 Sensor+ C E E S R 36 A dvanced ( AF ) R ack, 36 M odules, N eutral Disconnect ( N D) 7171 A 1038 Sensor+ C E E S R 24 A dvanced ( AF ) R ack, 24 M odules, N eutral Disconnect ( N D) 7171 A 1042 Sensor+ C E E S R 12 A dvanced ( AF ) R ack, 12 M odules, N eutral Disconnect ( N D) E D15 AFR E D15 AF E D50 AF Signa l Signa l ED15AFR Powe r Powe r 127

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Advanced Dimmer Module ETC 2 of 2 Sensor+ CE Advanced Series Corporate Headquarters London, UK Rome, IT Holzkirchen, DE Hong Kong Web Module Dimensions M ODEL H EI G HT W IDTH D EPTH mm mm mm A ll modules 38 300 127 Module Weights MODEL WEI G HT SHIPPIN G WEI G HT kgs kgs E D6 AF /10 AF /15 AF 2.3 3.1 E D25 AF 2.5 3.1 E D50 AF 3.5 4.5 Maximum BTU Production per module MODEL BTU W ATTS E FFICIENC Y E D6 AF 99 29 97.8% E D10 AF 223 65 97.1% E D15 AF 474 140 96.1% E D25 AF 810 238 95.0% E D50 AF 808 237 96.1% T hese values should be provided to a qualied HV A C design engineer, along with dimmer quantities, types and dimmer room dimensions, to calculate dimmer room air handling requirements. Dimmer room HV A C systems must at all times maintain the specied ambient temperature at the dimmer rack Dimming systems operating within 10¡C of the upper or lower temperature limits must strictly follow installation and operation guidelines to operate reliably. Dimmer room must at all time have an ambient temperature between 0¡C and 40¡C SCR Rating MO DULE ED6AF-ED10AFED15AF-ED25AF ED50AF Single cycle peak surge current 625 A 1200 A Half cycle peak surge current 1620 A 4150 A T ransient over voltage 600V 600V SP E CI F IC AT I ON S G ENERAL Designed for 100% duty cycle operation E D6 AF 1.3kW E D10 AF 2.3kW E D15 AF 3kW E D25 AF 5kW E D50 AF 10kW PH Y SICAL M odular plug-in assemblies Cast aluminium chassis, nished with textured epoxy paint rack positions CIRCUIT BREAKERS Hydraulic-magnetic breakers eliminate nuisance tripping EN 60898 T ype C standard trip curve ( C6 A C10 A C15 A C25 A and C50 A breakers are integrated into removable dimmer modules) M odular assembly R ating: as an assembly) R ated for 100% switching duty applications C E compliant P OWER D EVICE Sealed, patented assembly T wo back-to-back SC R s per circuit O ne control LE D and one output LE D per circuit Integral bonded heatsink Integral temperature sensor FILTERIN G High quality 400S and 350S risetime toroidal lter R isetime measured at full load, at worst case ring angle (90 degrees), from 1 0-90% of output wave form DIMMER RAN G E Incandescent, low voltage dimming range 100-0% Dimming range of 2 and 3-wire uorescent ballast is dependent on lamp ballast combination. Contact ET C for range verication Sizing of N eon transformer used in dimming applications should be 1.5x greater than size used in non-dimming application A DVANCED F EATURES ERROR MESSA G ES ** O vertemperature L oad dropped below recorded value L oad increased over recorded value DC on dimmer output SC R failed on/off Circuit breaker tripped Dimmer module removed Dimmer load absent ** A ll AF modules support ET C's A dvanced F eatures ( AF ) dimmer specic load reporting features when used in AF -equipped racks. A VAILABLE F ROM 128

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Gio Console ETC ¨ 1 of 4 Eos Series GENERAL INFORMAT I ON Complete control of conventional and moving lights, LE Ds and media servers. Supports multiple users with partitioned parameter control and full backup, multiple playback faders and cue lists in a tracking, move fade environment, with unique force-feedback encoders, two integral articulating multi-touch displays and backlit keys. FEATURES 2048, 4096, 6144 or 8192 outputs/parameters 10,000 control channels 12 Discrete Users Partitioned Control M aster playback pair with motorized 100mm faders T en 100mm motorized faders x 30 pages for congurable faders, submasters, masters and grandmaster control T wo multi-touch L CD touchscreens for display, direct selection and context sensitive control F our discrete palette types (I F CB) Presets function as "all palette" E ffects provide dynamic relational and absolute progressive behavior Central information area (CI A ) accesses electronic alpha keyboard, Hue + Saturation color picker, gel picker, browser and other controls F our force-feedback encoders for non-intensity parameter control Congurable high-density channel display, with format and exi-channel modes L ist views of all record targets User-congurable, interactive magic sheets ET C N et2 and N et3 (powered by A C N ), A rtnet and A vabe UDP output protocols Show import from O bsession ¨ E xpress E xpression ¨ E mphasis ¨ Congo ¨ Safari and Strand 500/300 Series via A SCII T wo individually congurable E thernet ports 802.3af compliant PS E M ultiple M IDI and/or S M P TE T ime Code Inputs, M IDI T hrough and O utput, A nalog/Serial Inputs Virtual M edia Server function for pix mapped effects, images and animations Support for multiple languages, including E nglish, German, Spanish, F rench, Italian, Japanese, Korean, R ussian and Chinese (Simplied and T raditional) O R D ER I N G I NFORMAT I ON Gio MODEL D ESCRIPTION Gio 2K Gio Console, 2048 outputs Gio 4K Gio Console, 4096 outputs Gio 6K Gio Console, 6144 outputs Gio 8K Gio Console, 8192 outputs Ion R PU 2K Ion R emote Processor Unit, 2048 outputs E os R PU3 4K E os R emote Processor Unit, 4096 outputs E os R PU3 6K E os R emote Processor Unit, 6144 outputs E os R PU3 8K E os R emote Processor Unit, 8192 outputs Gio 2000 Up 2048 output upgrade E os CSK Client Software Kit O utput protocols are distributed using ET C N et2 D M X nodes or N et3 D M X/ R D M Gateways. I/ O gateways and Show Control Gateways provide switch closure functionality, M IDI and S M P TE time code. Gio A ccessories MODEL D ESCRIPTION N et3 RFR US R adio F ocus R emote 903 M Hz US N et3 RFR R X N et3 R adio F ocus R emote, R eceiver O nly N et3 RFR T X N et3 R adio F ocus R emote, T ransmitter O nly FA DW 2x10 F ader Wing 2x10 FA DW 2x20 F ader Wing 2x20 N et3 R VI N et3 R emote Video Interface N et3 R VI3 R emote Video Interface 19" L CDT 19" Single-touch display 19" L CD 19" F lat-screen display W MON Wide-format at-screen display W MONT S Wide-format, multi-touch display ET C T S 19" L CD touchscreen (1280x1024) GI O F C Gio F lightcase E os F amily O fine E ditor software for M ac and PC platforms is available for download from www.etcconnect.com S HIPS WITH: Dust Cover 2 L ittle L ites M ouse and M ousepad E xternal A lpha-numeric keyboard 129

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Gio Console ETC ¨ 2 of 4 Eos Series SP E CI F IC AT I ON S S YSTE M CAPACITY 2048, 4096, 6144 or 8192 O utputs/Parameters 10,000 Control Channels (devices) 10,000 Cues 999 Cue L ists 200 A ctive Playbacks 300 Submasters 30 F ader Pages 4 x 1000 Palettes (Intensity, F ocus, Color, Beam) 1000 Presets (all palette) 1000 Groups 1000 E ffects (relative, absolute or step) 1000 M acros 1000 Snapshots 1000 Curves Supports three external DVI/SVG A monitors at 1280 x 1024 minimum resolution with optional touchscreen or multi-touch control Solid state hard drive USB ports for ash drives, pointing devices, keyboards DISPLAY FUNCTIONS A ll show data may be viewed on a single external monitor or may be posted to the integral touchscreens. E xternal views may be posted separately or expanded across a maximum of three monitors T he Central Information A rea accesses: Browser F ile M anagement System Defaults Show Defaults Desk Defaults Partition Denitions N etwork Conguration Show Data Utilities Printing R ecord T arget L ists Patch functions Help Hue and Saturation Color Picker E lectronic alpha keyboard Command L ine Selected Cue E rror messages Context Sensitive Control Parameter Categories and individual parameters F ilters Channel Displays L ive channel or table view Blind cue, palette, preset and group views, in list, channel, table and spreadsheet formats User congurable to show required parameters and/or parameter categories (I F CB) F lexi-channel to determine which channels to display Zoom allows user to dene how many channels are viewed Color coded intensity levels indicate direction of move SP E CI F IC AT I ON S Color coded non-intensity levels indicate change from previous state Graphic differentiation of moving lights, single parameter devices and unpatched channels M agic Sheets User-dened interactive display layouts O bjects and images may be imported Patch Views Patch by channel Patch by address Patch by Device L ist ( R D M ) A ssign proportional patch value, curve, preheat value for intensity Swap pan and tilt Invert pan and tilt Custom xture editor Playback Status Display A ccesses status of 30 fader pages E xpanded cue list for selected cue. O ptional dynamic countdown of active cues Cue L ist Index E ffect E ditor Group E ditor Park Display F ader Display Isolates display to active output by fader contribution Dimmer M onitoring P LAYBACK CONTROLS M aster Playback crossfade pair with 2 100mm motorized potentiometers, Go, Stop/Back and L oad T hirty pages of 10 100mm motorized faders, each congurable as: Single playback, with Go and Stop/Back Grand M aster with Blackout A dditive, Inhibitive or E ffect Submaster, with Bump and A ssert/Channel Select R ate controller Playback fader controls include: L oad to assign cue lists T iming Disable O ff/ O n R elease F ilters F reeze A ssert M anual O verride R ate Go T o Cue 0 M ultipart Spread Background enabled/disabled M ACROS M ay be set to play background or foreground Startup and Shutdown M acros Disconnect M acros 130

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Gio Console ETC ¨ 3 of 4 Eos Series SP E CI F IC AT I ON S MANUAL CONTROL Channel selection from keypad and/or direct selects L ists constructed with +, -, thru Intensity set with level wheel, keypad, "level" button, full and out Select L ast recalls last sequential channel selection set Select M anual selects all channels with manual values Select A ctive selects all channels with intensity above zero O rdered groups O ffset; including even, odd, random, and reverse F an Sneak User denable home Home by parameter, parameter category or all non-intensity parameters Capture Park at level Scaled park for temporary percentage adjustment R ecall from and Copy to commands A bout provides detailed view of selected channels or record targets Undo Highlight and L owlight, with optional user-denable R em Dim L amp controls to strike and douse arc sources, calibrate devices P RO G RA MM IN G FEATURES Channel F unctions N on Intensity parameters set via numeric entry or pageable encoders E ncoders support software controlled tactile response L ocal display of color and gobo images Color matching to gel selector or Hue/Saturation color picker A pply discrete time and delay per channel parameter Palette and Preset F unctions R ecord and Update T oggle display to absolute data Up to 99 decimal values may be inserted between any two whole numbers E ffects Create live or blind Pattern based relative dynamic effects A bsolute effects Step effects M ulti-part effects easily synchronize parameter activity E ntry mode determines how parameters enter effects E xit mode determines how parameters depart effects Cue R ecording Cue L ist H T P/ LT P Intensity Cue L ist Independent Cue L ist A ssert F ader as progress controller or intensity master R ecord manual values or channels in use A utoplay back recorded cues R eferenced or auto-mark instructions Block at cue or parameter level SP E CI F IC AT I ON S A ssert at cue or parameter level A llfade ag F ollow or hang times O ut of sequence link L oop functions Cue level parameter category timing 20 part multi-part cues with default part assignment Cue level rate override M ark ags for A uto or R eferenced M arks Up to 99 decimal cues between each two whole numbered cues E xecute L ist T riggers snapshot with delay T riggers macros with delay T riggers go of other cues Syncs go to multiple cue lists Show control triggers A nalog triggers Update and Update T race functions Undo record and delete Submaster R ecording and Playback 300 additive, inhibitive or effect submasters Bump button timing for fade up/dwell/fade out A ssert/Channel select button E xclusive or Shielded M ode Background enable/disable R estore to background or minimum value LT P/H T P intensity F ader as progress controller or intensity master Bump button to mark N Ps Independent status M otorized faders match level across all devices and when paging Submaster mapping on the y Curves A ssignable in patch to modify dimmer output ramp A ssignable at cue or cue part level to modify intensity crossfade proe or non-intensity parameter ramping I NTERFACES E thernet (two ports) 802.3af compliant PS E ET C N et2 N et3 (powered by A C N ), A rtnet and A vab UDP output protocols T wo D M X512 Ports ( R D M R eady) Contact Closure T riggers Via D-Sub Connector T hree video connectors support DVI/SVG A external displays (1280x1024) with optional single-touch or multi-touch screen control USB multipurpose bus (seven ports) Phone R emote M IDI In/ O ut ( M IDI T imecode, M IDI Show Control) S M P TE T imecode through Gateway Contact closure (12 analog inputs, 12 SPD T contact outputs, R S-232) through Gateway ELECTRICAL A C Input (100 240V at 50/60 Hz) Power consumption (less external monitors) approximately 2 amps at 120V and 1 amp at 230/240V 131

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Gio Console ETC ¨ 4 of 4 Eos Series PH Y SIC AL Gio D imensions MODEL H EI G HT WIDTH D EPTH inches mm inches mm inches mm Gio 10.9 276.86 30.5 774.7 23.2 589.28 Gio in Shipping Container 34.5 876.3 27.3 692.2 10.1 257.2 Gio in R oad Case 34 863.6 36.2 919.5 9.3 234.2 Gio Weights M ODEL W EI G HT lbs kgs Gio Console 45 20.5 Gio in Shipping Container 60 27.2 Gio in R oad Case 80 36.3 *Weights and dimensions typical 30.5" 774.7mm 23.2" 589.28m m .31 7.87mm 10.9" 276.86m m C orporate H eadquarters L ondon, UK R ome, IT H olzkirchen, DE H ong K ong Web Gio products protected by US and International patents pending 30.5" 774.7mm 23.2" 589.28mm .31 7.87mm 4.23" 107.44mm 132

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ETCDMX Node-Two Port DNODE Series GENERAL INFORMATION ETCNet2 lighting network DMX512 distribution device developed with Pathway Connectivity ¨ APPLICATIONS Road House University/Professional Theatre Convention Hall FEATURES 1024 DMX In or DMX Out channels Configurable to over 32,000 EDMX addresses Distributes DMX512 over Ethernet Distributes DMX data to any input/output device such as dimmers, scrollers, or moving lights Wallmount: Flush mount in 2-gang, masonry, 3.5" backbox (Raco box #696 or equivalent) Touring: Multi-way hanging bracket and power supply support bracket Supports any USITT DMX512/1990 compatible console, dimming system, or intelligent lighting fixtures LCD screen for labeling, status and configuration indicators ACCESSORIES 1.5' male to male DMX adapter 1.5' female to female DMX adapter Surface mount backbox Touring Node U-Bolt kit Touring Node C-Clamp Touring Node Safety Cable External 24Vdc power supply (wallmount/install) 24V Power supply (touring) COMPATIBILITY ETCNet2 native product Compatible on a network with ETCNet2 Video and DMX Nodes, Emphasis, ObsessionII and Unison CMEi ORDERING INFORMATION ETCNet2 DMX Node-Two Port Part#Model#Description 4105A1001DNODE-2M DMX Node Two Port, male 4105A1002DNODE-2FDMX Node Two Port, female 4105A1003DNODE-T2F DMX Node Two Port, Touring, female 4105A1004DNODE-T2MDMX Node Two Port, Touring, male DMX Node-Two Port Accessories Part#Model#Description PSW1009CD-MGB M-M 5 Pin XLR Cable, 1.5' PSW1010CD-FGB F-F 5 Pin XLR Cable, 1.5' 4000A1031-1 2PPS120 24Vdc External Power Supply 120V 4000A1032-1 2PPS230 24Vdc External Power Supply 230V PSD1014BB-2PTwo-Port surface mount 3.5" deep backbox 4105K10032P-UBOLTTwo-Port Touring Node U-Bolt kit 4105K10042P-PSTwo-Port Touring Node Power Supply Kit 7060A2009C-CLAMPC-Clamp 7060A1022SC-30Safety Cable, black, 30" Port A ID Node label Port B ID Status PUSH PUSH Port A ID Node label Port B ID Status 133

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DMX Node-Two Port DNODE Series DMX Node-Two Port Dimensions ModelHeightWidthDepth inchesmminchesmminchesmm DMX Node-Two Port4.61174.51142.7570 DMX Node-Two Port Touring6.51664.51145127 DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS TYPICAL SYSTEM RISER DIAGRAM SPECIFICATIONS DISPLAY INFO LCD display for: Node identification Port labeling DMX port configuration DMX port activity MECHANICAL Wallmount: Fits 2-gang, masonry, 3.5" deep back box Touring: Ruggedized steel flanges included to protect connectors Bracket can be mounted in 4 orientations U-bolt or C-clamp options ELECTRICAL 3 watt power consumption Wallmount Power Supply Options: 24Vdc external power or 48V IEEE 802.3af powered Ethernet* Touring Power Supply Options: 24V, individual power supply or 48V IEEE 802.3af powered Ethernet* 2 DMX ports software configurable as in or out 1 UTP Ethernet Port *When IEEE standard is ratified PHYSICAL Port A ID Node label Port B ID Status PUSH PUSH 4.606" (117mm) 4.488" (114mm) 2-Gang, 3.5" deep Masonry Backbox Retaining Ring 0.742" (19mm) 2.0" (51mm) 3.5" (89mm) 5" (127mm) 2.75" (70mm) 6.5" (166mm) Front View Side View with Backbox Side View, Touring Side View RJ45 Female Ethernet Connector Two Port Node Power Supply Unit* Express PUSH PUSH Two-Port Node (Male) Two-Port Node (Female) PUSH PUSH Two-Port Node (Female) D D E D Moving Lights Sensor Racks E P E E E P P P P E Emphasis Server VGA 1 VGA 2 Expression ECS CRT 2 CRT 1 DMX Node-Two Port Weights ModelWeightShipping Weight lbskgslbskgs DMX Node-Two Port2.01.04.52.0 DMX NodeTwo Port Touring3.91.84.82.2 24Vdc External Power Supply4.01.96.02.9 Riser Wire Types Data TypeWire Type DMX(1) Belden 9729 D ETCNet2(1) Belden 1583A E 24Vdc Power*(3) 16 gauge wires* P *Not required with 802.3af powered Ethernet version. Ethernet distribution equipment required Corporate Headquarters 3031 Pleasant View Rd, PO Box 620979, Middleton WI 535620979 USA Tel +1 608 831 4116 Fax +1 608 836 1736 London, UK Unit 26-28, Victoria Industrial Estate, Victoria Road, London W3 6UU, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000 Fax +44 (0)20 8896 2000 Rome, IT Via Ennio Quirino Visconti, 11, 00193 Rome, Italy Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Fax +39 (06) 32 656 990 Holzkirchen, DE Ohmstrasse 3, 83607 Holzkirchen, Germany Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0 Fax +49 (80 24) 47 00-3 00 Hong Kong Room 605-606, Tower III Enterprise Square, 9 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay,Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel +852 2799 1220 Fax +852 2799 9325 Web www.etcconnect.com Copyright2003 ETC. All Rights Reserved. All product information and specifications subject to change. 4105L1001 Rev. D Pri nted in USA 08/03 134

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Ryan Bible was born in Hilliard, Ohio to parents Dave and Kay Bible. In high school, Ryan signed up for a class called stagecraft and, within weeks of starting the class, he was certain of his future career. While in high school, Ryan worked on numerous productions serving as an electrician and carpenter, learning everything he could about the basics of technical theatre. After high school, Ryan attended the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he received a conservatory education, earning a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Production with an emphasis in Lighting Design and Technology. By graduation, Ryan had worked on over 30 productions in every area of production. While at CCM, Ryan worked several summer seasons at the Papermill Theatre, a professional summer stock theater, in Lincoln, New Hampshire. After finishing his undergraduate education, Ryan began work towards a Master of Fine Arts in Theater at the University of Florida. 146