ProSource has announced that Savant and USAI Lighting will showcase luxury lighting fixtures paired with an intuitive smart home user experience that can transform any space with the touch of a button. From the benefits of tunable white lights that maintain natural circadian rhythms through the progression of each day to the convenience of personalized scenes for every room or occasion, Savant and USAI Lighting have created a demonstration of intelligent lighting for all visitors at the ProSource Lighting Technology and Learning Center, set to open in Q1 2021.
The space was initially conceived as the hands-on live Level 2 curriculum to the exclusive ProSource Lighting Technology Certification program launched earlier this year through ProSource University. The space will also provide an opportunity for Dallas Market Center retail and design-build customers to learn about lighting applications and advancements in an immersive setting. The Dallas Market Center is also home to popular trade shows such as Lightovation, which welcomes customers from around the world.
Featured Savant and USAI Lighting selections include:
- Savant Professional Light Strips
- Savant Smart LED Bulbs
- Savant Breaker Companion Modules
- Savant Smart Home Ecosystem
- USAI Lighting’s Color Select Tunable White Fixtures
- USAI Lighting’s Infinite Color+
- Savant’s Echo, Metropolitan, Noon, and Ascend interface styles
- Savant Shades
Savant also brings to the Learning Center the company’s partner Robern’s cabinetry and mirrors featuring tunable white LED lighting. Savant’s Power over Ethernet (PoE) self-powered Micro Aperture architectural speakers, and Artison RCC160 MKII subwoofers will also be on display.
The customized Lighting Technology and Learning Center was designed by David Warfel and Mark Langston, both of Light Can Help You, and will feature multiple residential rooms showcasing smart home systems and devices for the benefit of ProSource members.
For more information, visit www.prosourceinfo.com.
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