Savant Partners with USAI Lighting for Home Lighting Offerings to Integrators

Savant has partnered with USAI Lighting to provide integrators with end-to-end lighting solutions for their integrators. Savant integrators will be able to offer their clients a selection of residentially focused USAI Lighting fixtures from six unique, popular product families encompassing hundreds of fixture options.

The collaboration between Savant and USAI Lighting is focused on how tunable white and WRGB lighting can be configured and controlled. Savant’s TrueImage allows users to experience virtual lights in any room from photographs taken and stored on their mobile devices. Users can easily change dimming levels, kelvin temperatures and WRGB colors from their phone, tablet, Savant touch screens and Pro Remote as well as Savant Scene access via voice command. Savant and USAI Lighting will be utilizing Savant’s scene engine and USAI Lighting’s color research to serve up pre-defined light color and scene content that can be implemented as is or easily adjusted based on personal preference and project design.

Light regulates many biological responses, including an ‘internal clock’ that heightens alertness during the day and makes us sleepy at night. The daily changes in our physical, mental and behavioral states that respond to a light-and-dark cycle are commonly known as our circadian rhythm. Mimicking this natural rhythm indoors optimizes circadian health and overall wellness by delivering the proper color and intensity of light to align correctly with time of day.

USAI Lighting’s tunable white light and WRGB technologies, combined with Savant’s intelligent automation will allow lights to not only be set to certain levels and color temperatures based on executed scenes, but also allow for a single room or even the whole home to be put into a default circadian rhythm mode mitigating circadian disruption and promoting wellness.

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Sara Abrons

About Sara Abrons

Sara Abrons is editor-in-chief of rAVe [Publications] and a graduate of the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Reach her at or on Twitter @SaraAbrons.