New player in the lighting market, AiSPiRE, has introduced AURORA, a luxury-focused offering of luminaires designed for connected living. Full Visible Spectrum color-tuning LEDs with color correcting optical technology offer human centric recessed downlighting.

A variety of colors can be chosen, with the ability to control saturation and hue for full color gamut control with gradients of saturated colors from 1-100% and a Tunable White CCT range from 1650-8000K. More is available with HCL programming.

Using popular control systems available in the marketplace, along with DMX, AiSPiRE controls luminaires that create different moods depending on user preferences.

Adjustable downlights accent artwork with full color volume with subtly. The recessed downlights are engineered to fit in nearly any ceiling plenum, offering full functionality at any ceiling height.

AiSPiRE offers a full range of outdoor fixtures, featuring AURORA technology for landscape lighting and architectural illumination. Accents are ideal for spotlighting trees, flagpoles and sculptures while other luminaires wash outdoor walls and facades. The versatile Box and Barrel luminaires deliver high performance up and down lighting on buildings and other structures.

AiSPiRE’s goal is “to elevate the human experience of light while connecting on a deeper level in the space,” it said its a statement. With this launch, WAC provides a broad offering of LED lighting products for connected living with engineering advancements in recessed, landscape, architectural, decorative and tape lighting products.

The new AiSPiRE brand reveals comprehensive, low voltage and line voltage lighting systems that offer human centric lighting with flexible tuning, control, dimming, and installation ease while reducing carbon footprint.

AiSPiRE Connected Lighting products are developed to integrate with leading control suppliers such as Control4, Legrand Vantage, Lutron and Crestron. In-house teams, as well as third-party software developers, enable customized program and hardware development.