Lutron LED Stairwell fixtures lower energy usage by automatically adjusting light output based on stairwell occupancy. Combined with simple, wireless occupancy sensing, the fixture can save up to 70%* of lighting energy usage and meet building codes and standards.">
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Stairwell LED Fixture
Lutron LED Stairwell fixtures lower energy usage by automatically adjusting light output based on stairwell occupancy. Combined with simple, wireless occupancy sensing, the fixture can save up to 80%* of lighting energy usage and meet building codes and standards.
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Features

  • Utilizes a Lutron LED driver and an integral Lutron wireless lighting control (PowPak Stairwell Controller) preprogrammed to occupied and unoccupied levels; 50% high-end, 10% low-end, or 80% high-end, 20% low-end
  • Preprogrammed light levels are field programmable
  • Receives signal from Radio Powr Savr™ wireless occupancy sensors (sold separately) via Lutron reliable Clear Connect® RF technology
  • Fixture options:
    • 2-foot fixture with LED module options - 17W, 1500 Lumens or 29W, 2200 Lumens, or 4-foot fixture with 44W, 3600 Lumens LED module
    • 4000 K color temperature LEDs
    • 120/277 V ~ universal input voltage
    • Surface mount on wall or ceiling
    • Optional emergency driver battery back-up available

* Disclaimer: Savings up to 80% based on replacing 4ft T12 fixture (2-40W lamps at 100% output) with a 4ft LED Lutron stairwell solution (44W at 80% high-end output, 20% low-end output). Existing system is at full output 24 hours a day, while replacing system is at high-end output for 6 hours and low-end output for 18 hours a day. Actual saving may vary based on existing fixture wattage and stairwell occupancy. Always verify replacement system meets light level requirements.