Philips Strand Lighting exhibits the 250ML at Prolight + Sound 2013

Posted on Monday, April 8th, 2013

Philips Strand Lighting is exhibiting its versatile 250ML moving light control console at this year’s Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt, Germany, April 10-13, at the Messe exhibition center in hall 11, stand D73.

The Philips team will be on stand to demo and discuss the 250ML, which is an evolution of the popular Strand series 200 console. It features four encoders and an LCD display screen for quick and easy automated lighting and LED control. Along with all the standard features found on a preset desk, the 250ML control console is ideal for smaller productions with a hybrid of lighting instruments.

“The 250ML was launched at PLASA last year and has proved an ideal lighting control solution for schools and colleges, multi purpose venues, and smaller theatres,” comments Pete Borchetta, product marketing manager for Philips Entertainment. “Since its launch we’ve had a great response from customers and end users. The introduction of the dynamic, new iPad controls has also been well received. The iPad application works with the whole family of Palette control consoles and comes complete with all the functionality found in the user-friendly Palette OS software, plus a few new surprises. And with Apple software compatibility for all devices operating on OS4 or newer, the iPad controls for the Palette control consoles are unlike any in the industry.”

www.strandlighting.com

Philips Strand Lighting is exhibiting its versatile 250ML moving light control console at this year’s Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt, Germany, April 10-13, at the Messe exhibition center in hall 11, stand D73.
The Philips team will be on stand to demo and discuss the 250ML, which is an evolution of the popular Strand series 200 console. It features four encoders and an LCD display screen for quick and easy automated lighting and LED control. Along with all the standard features found on a preset desk, the 250ML control console is ideal for smaller productions with a hybrid of lighting instruments.
“The 250ML was launched at PLASA last year and has proved an ideal lighting control solution for schools and colleges, multi purpose venues, and smaller theatres,” comments Pete Borchetta, product marketing manager for Philips Entertainment. “Since its launch we’ve had a great response from customers and end users. The introduction of the dynamic, new iPad controls has also been well received. The iPad application works with the whole family of Palette control consoles and comes complete with all the functionality found in the user-friendly Palette OS software, plus a few new surprises. And with Apple software compatibility for all devices operating on OS4 or newer, the iPad controls for the Palette control consoles are unlike any in the industry.”
www.strandlighting.com