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The Maestro line of in-wall dual technology sensor switches now offers both neutral and no-neutral required models. Lutron uses XCT technology to enhance both the passive infrared and ultrasonic sensing for maximized sensitivity to detect even very fine motions, such as typing.
Lutron’s NEW facility management tool empowers you to manage your building from anywhere. Easily monitor, control and optimize a Lutron control system from any tablet, PC or smartphone. Each feature is designed around what is most important to you – how well your building is working.
The Specification Guides provide detailed product information to help you specify the right Lutron solution for your project.
Each space enclosed by ceiling height partitions will have at least one control device to independently control the general lighting within the space. Each manual device will be readily accessible and located so occupants can see the controlled lighting.
For the following spaces*, the control device must be an occupancy sensor, unless the area already has a multi-level lighting control:
These devices reduce lighting power by either continuous dimming, stepped dimming, or stepped switching while maintaining a reasonably uniform level of illuminance throughout the controlled space.
The following spaces* can have multi-level lighting controls:
* Connection to other automatic shut-off controls is not required for these spaces.
Interior lighting in buildings will be controlled with an automatic control device to shut off building lighting in all spaces.
Lighting power will be reduced in areas where daylight can help illuminate the space.
Lighting for most exterior applications will have automatic controls capable of turning off exterior lighting when sufficient daylight is available or when the lighting is not required during nighttime hours.
Lighting designated for dusk-to-dawn operation will be controlled by an astronomical timeclock device or photosensor.
All timeclock devices will be capable of retaining programming and time setting during loss of power for a period of at least 10 hours.