Lutron chases LED and retrofit control market at ISE

posted on Friday, 31st January 2014 by Steve May

Lighting Control  ISE 

[#pageName]

Lighting control specialist Lutron has thrown more light on the products it'll show at ISE 2014. From LED dimmers and wireless retrofit technology to scalable solutions for both residential and commercial properties (pictured above), it intends to hit all bases.

Reflecting LED's growth as a preferred lighting technology, Lutron will bow its seamless LED dimming control solutions with new EcoSystem 5-Series LED driver at the show, guaranteeing LED interoperability with all Lutron systems. The LED driver provides flicker-free dimming from 100  to 5 per cent, and works with most common LED downlights.

Lutron also wants to monopolise the retrofit market. Visitors to Lutron's booth will get to see the brand's energy-saving Energi TriPak retrofit solution, which requires no programming and suits any single space application. The brand will also offer hands-on with its silent motorised blinds. These can be both wired and wireless and have been designed to meet any installation challenge or budget. Certain to attract particular interest is the new battery powered Sivoia QS Triathlon roller blind, which works with the Lutron Pico wireless remote control and can be integrated into Lutron's HomeWorks QS total home system. Alternatively, there's also the standalone Serena version that also works equally with a Pico wireless control, for those blinds in a single location.

Integrators can even free their inner interior designer with the new Lutron Design Collection, a compilation of over 1,500 new fabrics and materials (browse them on the Design Collections Fabric app for iPad).

For more visit on Lutron's various lighting control offering visit www.lutron.com/europe. For more on ISE, visit our partner page here.

Also read:
Rako wireless lighting system review

Lutron to unveil full range of control solutions at ISE 2014

RGB to offer full range of AV and control solutions at ISE

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

Share this!

Have your say...

Sorry guests can't post comments.

Please Login if your an existing member or Register a new account.

Authors

Latest Posts

Fibaro system training a smart move says Invision

Fibaro system training a smart move says Invision

16

Aug

2019

posted by Steve May

One day course will turn installers into Fibaro experts

More...
.
Monitor Audio Gold 100 named best bookshelf loudspeaker

Monitor Audio Gold 100 named best bookshelf loudspeaker

16

Aug

2019

posted by David Slater

EISA experts hail big sounding standmount design

More...
.