Entertainment lighting specialist White Light recently welcomed two new companies to the White Light stable: Core Lighting and Interactive Technologies.
Core Lighting manufactures a range of fully weatherproof, battery-powered, wirelessly controllable LED uplighters. They are designed to allow rapid deployment by removing the need to run cables to fixtures, as well as removing the ugly clutter and safety hazards of those cables.
Core’s fixtures range from 1200 lumen to 2500 lumen output using efficient LED lightsources – either red-green-blue-white for a vibrant range of colours, or white only when the maximum possible light output is required. The fixtures use lightweight but powerful lithium polymer batteries and integrate wireless control with Wirelesss Solution W-DMX systems. Units are water resistant to IP65 standard and are ideal tools for transforming parties, weddings, corporate events and more.
“We are delighted to welcome Core Lighting to the White Light family, and to offer their range to lighting practitioners around the world,” comments White Light’s sales director, Peter Threadgold. “The high light output and long-life batteries makes these fixtures the ideal choice for designers needing easy-to-handle, easy-to-install, easy-to-control lighting, and no longer want the hassle of dealing with cable.”
“White Light shares our values in providing not only the best products but also the best service,” comments Core Lighting ’s Phil Ion. “I believe that with White Light we have the ideal partner to bring our products to a new range of lighting designers; I look forward to continuing what is already proving an exciting relationship.”
Interactive Technologies manufactures a wide range of lighting control devices for architectural, entertainment, stage and studio applications. Products include the SceneStation single-gang wall switch-sized unit that incorporates a full-featured DMX lighting controller, to the CueTouch fully customisable touch-screen control station that works with Interactive’s CueServer controller to create a versatile, easy-to-use system for running lighting, multi-media or other control applications.
“We got off to a great start working with Interactive Technologies,” comments White Light’s Peter Threadgold. “The company’s appearance at PLASA this year generated an enormous amount of interest, their team is a pleasure to work with, and their product range offers exciting and innovative control options. We are delighted to welcome them to the White Light family.”
“White Light demonstrates a high degree of professionalism in everything they do,” notes Rob Johnston, president of Interactive Technologies. “We are confident that our customers will enjoy working with White Light as our master distributor throughout Europe.”
Pictured, from left to right – Nick Letheren (Core Lighting ) John Simpson (White Light), Bryan Raven (White Light), Phil Ion (Core Lighting )
Photo courtesy of White Light by Louise Stickland