Luminii Acquires Precision Lighting & Remote Controlled Lighting

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October 21, 2021

Chicago-based manufacturer of specification-grade architectural LED lighting systems Luminii has made its fourth acquisition in two years with the purchase of two British manufacturers: Precision Lighting and Remote Controlled Lighting.

Precision Lighting and Remote Controlled Lighting are sister companies under common ownership and management. Bringing these companies together broadens their global reach into new territories and enables Luminii to further innovate by engineering new LED lighting technologies and products that serve commercial and residential markets.

“With Precision Lighting’s micro-lighting products and systems, we can now offer a broader range of micro-LED solutions while also expanding opportunities in major hubs including London, Europe, and the Far East,” said Precision Lighting and Remote Controlled Lighting founding CEO Alex Ruston. “Remote Controlled Lighting also brings a new category of remote-control lighting solutions, opening doors to be specified into applications we were previously unable to support.”

Ruston added, “This strategic company advancement with Luminii helps us further diversify our customer base, expedites our product visibility in the U.S., and gives us the momentum we need to bring our world-class products to new markets.”

Precision Lighting carefully selects its LEDs, offering premium color rendering and beam quality as well as flexible features such as interchangeable beam angles and distribution options. Precision Lighting has an in-house research and development team committed to manufacturing and developing lighting products that deliver on specifier requirements.

Remote Controlled Lighting is a leading designer and supplier of remote-control motorized luminaires for the architectural lighting market. Its lighting solutions feature a proprietary iDirect mobile app lighting control system which enables ad-hoc, scene setting, and recall. The products feature high-quality beam control and near-silent motorized movement, offering a high degree of customization for lighting designers. Both Precision Lighting and Remote Controlled Lighting will remain fully operational and assume business as usual after the close. As operations evolve, both British companies will integrate operations with Luminii across all product portfolios and regions. Customers of each respective company may contact regional sales managers with any questions about the acquisition, pricing, and product availability.



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