LumaStream Achieves Energy Star Certification High-Efficiency Low-Voltage LED Lighting Systems Create an Opportunity for Residential and Commercial Integration FirmsBy RS Staff Published: April 4, 2018 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 LumaStream, makers of innovative, premium low-voltage LED lighting systems for residential and commercial applications has announced that their 481-485 series architectural downlights used with the Trinity 12 450mA DMX power supply has achieved Energy Star certification. This includes all standard color temperatures (3000k, 3500k, and 4100k), beam angles and trim finishes. Additional fixtures and power supplies are on deck for certification as well. Energy Star certification can only be accomplished after passing stringent testing, positioning LumaStream as one of the first low-voltage LED lighting suppliers to achieve this distinction. By offering Energy Star certified lighting solutions, both residential and commercial integrators can participate in utility prescriptive rebate programs where applicable, leading to significant cost savings per lighting fixture. “Energy Star certification is another valuable tool that LumaStream has provided to our network of integrators,” explained founder Eric Higgs. “In addition to potential cost savings through rebate programs, Energy Star’s rigorous testing proves that LumaStream is offering leading edge, best-in-class lighting solutions that help conserve energy while enhancing the lighting possibilities for any environment.” Energy Star is a voluntary program created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect the climate through superior energy efficiency. LumaStream’s system approach to low-voltage LED lighting utilizing their patented remote power supply technology gives A/V integrators full control over an end-to-end, architectural LED lighting solution that is modern and energy-efficient without the need to be dependent on a licensed electrician. Most critically, LumaStream supports their integration partners with comprehensive lighting design services as well as technical and sales support teams, giving them access to high-level expertise and a pathway to success in the lighting category. SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.