Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics has announced that its HomeWorks® whole-home lighting control system can now be accessed and controlled via Apple iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
A breakthrough light management system from Lutron® Electronics Co., Inc., recently installed in a new, landmark Manhattan office tower, is achieving a “stunning” 70 percent energy savings compared to the ambitious energy-efficiency benchmark the building was designed to meet.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. introduces the next generation of the Quantum™ total light management system for improved comfort and productivity and the capability to reduce a building’s lighting electricity usage by 60 percent or more.
Lutron Electronics has announced that its HomeWorks® whole-home lighting control system was one of only eight products inducted into the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) Product Hall of Fame.
Indoor LED lighting, customer convenience, and energy efficiency can be greatly improved with the new Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. Hi-lume™ LED driver: a high-performance, universal voltage driver that provides energy-efficient LED dimming from 100 percent to 1 percent of light output. The Hi-lume LED driver can integrate with a multitude of lighting control products.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. is extending the reach of its signature Sivoia QED(R) shading technology into homes with the introduction of the Sivoia QED Roller 20(TM) shade system.
Lutron Electronics announces the availability of two new products for its HomeWorks total home lighting control system: midnight-colored tabletop keypads with seeTouch®-style buttons and a Maestro®-style fan control.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has launched the Quantum™ whole-building light and energy management solution. Designed for corporate offices, schools, universities, and more, the Quantum Solution manages the lighting energy consumption of an entire building or campus simply, effectively, and centrally. The breakthrough system gives building owners and facility managers total control of the lighting system, as well as the power to configure, monitor, analyze, and report on the lighting and energy data it collects.