Oops, I let my AutoCAD slip show. Didn't realize this was the Revit forum.
I would plan on being able to use it in the future and make a family for your library. I've got a feeling, the use of this type of lighting is gonna blow up. I've seen weather proof options that just blew my mind up with crazy ideas.
I'm not very familiar with lighting families, so I would contact the company, or an equal, to see if they have any Revit content and then before using anything in a project, thoroughly vet the file(s) for stuff you don't need or imported objects. At a minimum, it could give you a direction as to how to "show" it and fine tune it from there. It may come down to what you are required to provide in your model.
Are you on the MEP design side and may only need to provide basic electrical information and possibly be able to schedule it?
Or, are you a lighting consultant that needs to provide lighting levels and color temps for rendering?