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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.
Want to learn about installing or programming Lutron solutions? Looking for best practices for selling or specifying? LCI offers online training and in-person workshops for industry professionals.
Visit our Control Center of Excellence for tools and resources to help you select, install, and use LEDs with confidence. Designed for homeowners and industry professionals.
100% testedLutron tests the performance of every ballast prior to shipment. This important step eliminates ballasts that do not meet specifications.
100% burn-inLutron "burns-in" every ballast prior to shipment. Defects due to faulty components are screened out during this process, resulting in a dramatic reduction of early failures in the field.
Extended ballast lifetimeAll electronic ballasts use components with a finite lifetime. A major factor for ballast lifetime is operating temperature. For every 10°C reduction in ballast case temperature, the ballast lifetime is doubled. Lutron dimming ballasts are designed to maximize ballast lifetime by operating at a lower temperature.
Continuous flicker-free dimming Lutron ballasts operate smoothly and continuously throughout the dimming range. In addition, lamps turn on at any dimmed level without flashing to full light output.
Low harmonic distortionTotal harmonic distortion (THD) throughout the entire dimming range is less than 10% (for Hi-lume® and Hi-lume® 3D) or less than 20% (EcoSystem®).
Inrush current limiting circuitryCircuitry eliminates nuisance circuit breaker tripping, switch arcing, and relay failure that can occur without limiting circuitry. (Maximum of 7 A per ballast at 120 V, and 3 A per ballast at 277 V)