As Lightapalooza 2023 takes place this week in Phoenix, Arizona, AiSPiRE, a WAC company, has announced it will be debuting its expanded Four Experiences of Light for attendees at the show. Those visiting booth 101 at the Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel will be treated to the company’s four lighting lines ALPINE, ASTRO, ATMOSPHERE, and AURORA, in addition to several new additions to the company’s luminary lineups.
Designed and engineered with custom integration in mind, WAC notes that AiSPiRE was crafted to provide the broadest offering of LED lighting products for connected living. The product lines span recessed, landscape, architectural, decorative, and tape lighting products.
Each line within the AiSPiRE product catalog comes in low-voltage and line voltage lighting systems that offer human-centric lighting (HCL) and circadian lighting for professionals, while also including flexible tuning, control, dimming and installation ease.
The company also notes that AiSPiRE is designed to work with today’s leading control companies and platforms, resulting in smoother operations and a reduced carbon footprint.
Previewing AiSPiRE’s Four Experiences of Light at Lightapalooza 2023
Touring through the company’s Four Experience of light, ALPINE is AiSPiRE’s entry-level luminaries, using Static White light in color constant LEDs ranging from 2700K to 3000K correlated color temperatures (CCT). ASTRO Dim-to-Warm offers the next step up, recreating the incandescent warming curve on an LED with no required programming. These lights begin at 3000K CCT and gradually lower down to 1800K CCT as the light is dimmed.
ATMOSPHERE ramps up the functionality even further, introducing fully-tunable white fixtures to mimic the natural progression of the sun. ATMOSPHERE comes in two CCT ranges of 2700K to 6500 and 1800-4000K and can be programmed to either coordinate with natural lighting or enhance interior finishes.
Finally, AURORA completes the experience, offering what AiSPiRE calls “an unprecedented upscale offering of luminaires.” The company notes each luminary offers Full Visible Spectrum color tuning with color correcting optical technology built right into the fixture. Integrators can also control saturation and hue for full color control with gradients ranging 1-100% saturation and a CCT range of 1650K-8000K.
Visitors to the booth will also be able to experience firsthand the expanded STRUT system that incorporates architectural lighting with enhanced smart control and functionality as well as the AETHER MICRO recessed luminaire with a ½-inch and 1-inch apertures.
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