In 2016, our founder started with a simple question:
Why are we using high voltage to power 6 Watt LEDs?
From that moment on, we have taken the opportunity to question, rethink, and reimagine every aspect of lighting in a residential setting.
The result? A revolutionary system that has proven to reduce waste and overhead while delivering a superior result for everyone – developers, installers, and end users alike.
Every day, our team is focused on building upon the momentum and seeking to extend the value we provide for our customers and partners.
Our conviction that there is a better way to do lighting and controls led us to redesign how lighting is implemented from the ground up.
Although lights have changed immensely over the last 140 years, the way that they are powered has not. Today’s LED lighting doesn’t need high-voltage AC, yet homes are still built with costly ROMEX wiring carrying 120 V throughout. We knew there was a more safe, efficient, and cost effective way to do this. Our answer is to convert the high-voltage input once, at the source.
By right-sizing the power carried throughout the home rather than converting it at each individual fixture, ATX LED’s system is easier and safer to install using lower gauge wiring. Using 18- or 20-gauge wiring simplifies installation and results in significant savings in time and materials.
The constant current connection finally realizes the true efficiency and long-life potential of LEDs, and produces flicker-free lighting that can be smoothly dimmed from 0-100%.
Built in compatibility with common smart home controls means that home owners can program their lighting to their personal preferences or to adapt throughout the day like natural light.
The end result of our design efforts validates the original notion that we could build a better system. Builders report significant improvements in their installation process and satisfied homeowners that enjoy the programmability, reliability, and quality of ATX LED’s lighting.
The future of lighting is DC!