What kind of St. Patrick’s Day would it be without a leprecon making an appearance? Leprecon Lighting is set to announce an new line of lighting console at USITT this week in Cincinnati called the LPC-48V. The new series of consoles is aimed at systems that run mainly conventionals and LEDs with fader handles.
The new LPC-48V offers 200 control channels spread over 2 universes of DMX with keypad and touchscreen capabilities giving the user a variety of programing options and styles. The console has the ability to operate as a single scene 48 channel or in a two scene 24 channel preset console mode. The console is also equipped with 20 pages of 24 submasters giving even greater control. Another feature finding it way in to recent consoles is individual programmable looks or “Quick Looks”, according to Leprecon. This is ideal for staff members or volunteers needing lights on stage from a pre-programmed look with out the fuss of recalling individual lights from the keypad or individual channels. The LCP-48V offers six “quick Looks” to meet those needs.
If you are attending USITT this week, make sure to stop by the Leprecon booth, #475 to see the LPC-48V in person. For those not attending the show, visit Leprecon’s website at www.leprecon.com to learn more about the new series of consoles.