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Smart lighting is a lighting technology designed for energy efficiency. This may include high efficiency fixtures and automated controls that make adjustments based on conditions such as occupancy or daylight availability. Lighting is the deliberate application of light to achieve some aesthetic or practical effect

expanded wireless total home control system gives you the ability to adjust the amount of daylight, electric light, and temperature throughout your home. The system also turns off standby power to small appliances when they’re not in use



Control from inside or outside your home Conveniently control and monitor your home’s lights, shades, and temperature as you approach your home, from anywhere inside your home, or even while away. The system’s two-way communication lets you know if lights are left on, shades are open, or what the temperature is even when you can’t see the areas being controlled.


Control the Lighting system at the touch of a button with programmable, easy-to-use keypads.
keypad provides control of lights, shades, temperature and plug-in devices in the same room, or throughout the home. It installs in a standard wallbox gang



Set the mood in a room with the slightest touch or slide of your finger. Touch anywhere along the illuminated control bar and the dimmer's LEDs rush to meet the tip of your finger, setting the lights to your specified level. the dimer allows you to personalize its style with white LEDs and more than 21 wallplate colors and finishes.


occupancy/vacancy sensors provide convenient light control and are engineered for optimum energy savings and easy installation. Radio Powr Savr wireless sensors save energy by directing compatible wireless controls to turn lights/ plug loads off based on room occupancy.
Go green with Radio Powr Savr. Wasted lighting can account for a majority of a building’s total energy usage. And with many building spaces remaining unoccupied between 40% and 70% of the day, lights left on are a real energy drain. Lutron wireless occupancy/vacancy sensors automate the switching and dimming of those lights, saving energy and money

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