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Lutron Delivers on Commitment to Make Lighting Fixtures ‘the Greatest Opportunity’ for Integrators with Broadest Range of New Products to Date

New, high-performance, intelligent lighting portfolio offers solutions for every size home, budget, and application

Coopersburg, PA (May 20, 2021) - Today, Lutron Electronics introduced an expanded lighting portfolio that allows integrators to specify, design, and integrate dynamic, high-quality lighting solutions on every project. Lutron’s intelligent lighting solutions now include static white, warm dim and full spectrum with coordinated luminaires and lamps, which are all digitally addressable and offer 0.1% dimming capabilities. The new offering significantly reduces the cost of entry and includes solutions for every application in the home.

“For nearly 30 years, integrators have placed their trust in Lutron with widespread adoption of our lighting control and intelligent shading solutions,” said Sam Chambers, Senior Director-Residential Systems at Lutron. “And now, as Lutron continues to expand the market for intelligent lighting, integrators can once again count on Lutron to help them grow their business.”

Adding to the already robust Ketra and Ivalo lighting portfolio are several new products:

New! Ketra Lightbar Slim
  • A low-voltage, custom-length luminaire compatible with a Lutron HomeWorks system
  • A low-profile linear with a 0.650” H x 0.650” W cross section
  • Available in lengths starting at 10” configurable in 1” increments
  • Ideal for coves, under cabinets and counters, archways or stairwells, and details on walls or ceilings. Lightbar Slim can also be integrated into furniture.
  • Available to order in June and ship in August

New! Ketra Lamp Solutions
  • Ketra S30 lamp with a new round trim designed to work with a new-construction housing
  • A lower-priced, premium Ketra downlight helps integrators expand Ketra to more spaces in a home
  • Easy to specify and order
  • Provides 0.1% full spectrum lighting capabilities
  • Trim aesthetic provides a coordinated look with Ketra D3 Downlights
  • Available to order in July and ship in August

New! Ketra Ready
  • Curated group of lighting manufacturers who offer a selection of decorative fixtures that work with Ketra lamps
  • The Ketra Ready program provides integrators the ability to offer specifiers and clients decorative choices that will allow for immersive lighting experiences on their projects
  • Ango, David Trubridge, Lumetta, Stephen Pikus Design and Vibia are the first manufacturers to participate in this collaboration

Ivalo Intelligent Lighting Portfolio Enhancements with New HomeWorks Digital Technology
In addition to the expanded Ketra offering, Lutron has invested in the Ivalo intelligent lighting portfolio to improve the dimming performance down to 0.1% and introduced a new HomeWorks Digital wired communication technology which makes Lutron’s entire portfolio of Ivalo lighting digitally addressable. The new HomeWorks Digital technology allows integrators to easily program and rezone intelligent lighting in the Lutron HomeWorks software.

Finiré Prime and Finiré 3” Downlights
  • Offered at a new, more competitive price point
  • Provides 0.1% static white and warm dim capabilities
  • Trim aesthetic provides a coordinated look across the Lutron intelligent lighting portfolio
  • Incudes new HomeWorks Digital technology
  • Quick Ship option for Finiré Prime
  • Available to order in May and ship in July

“Lutron is thrilled to support the integrator community with this expanded line of high-quality intelligent lighting solutions,” said Chambers. “We are excited to see the exponential growth these products offer the integration community and look forward to supporting their needs now and in the future.”

About Lutron Electronics (
Founded in 1961, lighting and shading control leader Lutron Electronics is headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania. From dimmers for the home, to smart lighting management systems for entire buildings, the company offers more than 15,000 products, sold in more than 100 countries. 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 electronic dimmer invented by Lutron’s founder, Joel Spira-are now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.