St. Petersburg, FL – January 4th, 2016
A new year marks a new market for a local technology company.
LumaStream, a low-voltage LED lighting system manufacturer is expanding their residential market with the addition of a new 8-channel power supply and residential LED light fixtures.
“We are excited to introduce our low-voltage LED lighting systems into the residential market,” said Eric Higgs, CEO of LumaStream. “Early indications show strong interest from the A/V Integrators that are eager to sell lighting for the first time. To date, lighting has required a licensed electrician to install. With our low voltage Class 2 power distribution technology that is not required.”
This is good news for AV integrators looking to increase their revenue With LumaStream’s patented low-voltage remote-driver technology, they can sell, install and control high-end, low-voltage LED lighting systems for homeowners. The LumaStream Trinity DMX intelligent power supply makes it possible to power and control LED lighting over a single Class 2 cable. This low-voltage power distribution technology is the first significant move for LED lighting into the low-voltage space, giving low-voltage systems integrators a clear path to expand their product offerings and to include energy efficient LED lighting.
Since LumaStream Systems are low-voltage and install seamlessly with low-voltage control systems, integrators no longer have to be reliant on electricians to install the lighting typically controlled by the integrator. Integrators can realize significantly more revenue by selling and installing lighting, as well as more control equipment.
The expanded catalog of residential low-voltage LED fixtures also provides the homeowner with more options for a more consistent look and feel throughout their house.
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