Low-voltage LED lighting company LumaStream showed A/V integrators a way to “own the ceiling” in lighting technology at CEDIA Expo 2018. Among the solutions on display was a vignette that showed the company’s patented outboarded power supply configuration that is designed to remotely power high-end LED fixtures from a distance of up to 150 feet; this moving of the electronics out of the fixtures (save for the LED arrays themselves) eliminates the need for engaging a high-voltage contractor in the process and also essentially outboards any heat generated. The company said that its technology is flicker-free and that it provides “faultless dimming.”
The company’s 481-485 Series architectural downlights recently attained Energy Star certification – a distinction that the company said would make residential and commercial integrators eligible for utility prescriptive rebate programs and therefore, cost savings per lighting fixture.
Among its other recent introductions was the IDL6R Downlight Fixture, a low-profile six-inch round or square light that offers a 140-degree beam angle; its design points LEDs toward the rear of the lens-less fixture, keeping the light indirect and keeping glare to a minimum.
LumaStream also said that its integrator supports include lighting design services as well as tech and sales support.