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Lutron Releases New RadioRA 2 Design and Programming Software

Version 7.0 Includes Simplified System Design and Programming, New Product Support and Energy-Saving Options

Coopersburg, PA (March 6, 2014)Lutron Electronics, the leader in energy-saving, wireless light and shade control, is announcing the release of version 7.0 of its RadioRA 2 design and programming software. The software includes new, simplified system design and programming, new product support, and energy-saving programming options. The software is available free of charge to all RadioRA 2 certified installers.

Several new Lutron products have been added to the software, including:
  1. RF Maestro C.L dimmer
  2. Sivoia QS Wireless horizontal sheer blinds and fashion honeycomb shades
  3. new Pico remote controls
  4. new options for seeTouch designer and seeTouch hybrid keypads
  5. Wallbox power module

To save valuable programming time, the software now makes it easier to add new devices to a project, separate native loads from those requiring interfaces, has new tilt options for controlling Lutron shades, and includes a link to the Lutron Support Forum.

For clients who want the most energy-efficient system settings, software users have new options for setting low-end and high-end trim levels.

“The new RadioRA 2 software will help system installers embrace the newest Lutron products and expand their lighting, shade and temperature control business,” said Rich Black, Director, Residential Product Management and Business Development at Lutron.

Visit to download the free software.

About Lutron Electronics ( Founded 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.