Lutron to unveil newest control solutions at world’s largest lighting conference -- Lightfair

April 16, 2013
Date Announced: 16 Apr 2013 Committed to saving energy, Lutron will announce new products and offer educational sessions at 2013 LIGHTFAIR International Coopersburg, PA (March 27, 2013) – More than 25,000 lighting industry professionals are expected to see new energy-saving solutions from lighting control pioneer Lutron Electronics in booth 1345 at LIGHTFAIR International, being held April 23-25 in Philadelphia, less than 50 miles from Lutron’s world headquarters. The Lutron booth will allow visitors to “Experience the Impact of Lutron Controls” with a showcase of new products and software, including: 1. Enhancements to its Hyperion® solar adaptive shading solution- Hyperion, Lutron’s automated shading system that adjusts Sivoia® QS shades throughout the day based on the sun’s position, now has two new enhancementsa. the new QP4 hub, which combines a shade power panel and a Lutron Quantum® processor into one component, reducing cost and installation timeb. a new sensor that compensates for clouds and shadows; it allows for maximum energy savings from daylight harvesting and reduces operating watts per square foot2. Fire-rated shade fabrics from the Lutron Coulisse Collection- Lutron has teamed up with Coulisse, world-wide supplier of stylish window décor, on a collection of more than 700 high-fashion fabrics and materials for roller shades, honeycomb shades, innovative pleated fabrics and a variety of materials for Venetian blinds. Two new, fire-rated, shade fabrics (Eko and Met) will be introduced for use in commercial spaces. 3. The Maestro® occupancy sensor C•L™ dimmer- the newest occupancy/vacancy sensor gives users the combined convenience of Lutron’s Maestro sensor paired with the energy savings of its C•L dimmer, and can be used with dimmable CFLs, dimmable LEDs, halogens and incandescents.“There’s never been a more exciting time in the lighting industry than right now,” said Eric Lind, vice-president, specification sales at Lutron. “We’re looking forward to showing Lightfair attendees how to integrate the newest Lutron controls into their projects to meet building codes, save energy and delight their clients.” Lutron is also co-presenting three educational sessions:1. Lighting Sommeliers: Pairing Integrated Solid-state Lamps and Dimmers in Existing Spaces; 4:30-6pm, Tuesday, April 23, featuring Eric Lind of Lutron and Gregg Adams of Clanton & Associates, Inc.2. Integrated Fenestration & Lighting Systems: How Technology and Building Codes Shape the Future; 10:30am-12pm, Wednesday, April 24, featuring Pekka Hakkarainen, PhD of Lutron and Helen Sanders, PhD of SAGE Electrochromics3. Are We There Yet? Using NEMA SSL-7A to Improve LED Dimming; 10:30am-12pm, Thursday, April 25, featuring Ethan Biery of Lutron and Michael Poplawski of Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryVisit for more information on course selections and registration. About Lutron Electronics ( in 1961, Lutron Electronics is headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Lehigh Valley. From dimmers for the home, to lighting management systems for entire buildings, the company offers more than 17,000 energy-saving products, sold in more than 100 countries around the world. In the US alone, Lutron products save an estimated 10 billion kWh of electricity, or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year. The company’s early inventions— including the first solid-state dimmer invented by Lutron’s founder, Joel Spira—are now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

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