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Lutron Introduces New Maestro® Wireless Programming Videos
Posted on Wednesday, November 24, 2010

—Online videos provide step-by-step programming instruction —

Coopersburg, PA (November 4, 2010) — Light control manufacturer Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., today introduced 12 new Maestro® Wireless programming videos to emphasize the simplicity of programming the Maestro Wireless system. The new videos are available online at www.lutron.com/maestrowirelessprogramming

The Maestro Wireless system offers impressive lighting control functionality and convenience that will fit almost any commercial or residential application. The system includes the Pico™ Wireless control, which remotely controls lights, and provides the flexibility of creating additional points of control without pulling wires. It also includes Radio Powr Savr™ occupancy/vacancy sensors, which provide the added benefit of improved energy savings by turning the lights off when the room is not occupied. The system is incredibly easy to install and operate, allowing users to control lighting levels with any combination of up to 10 dimmers, switches, sensors and wireless controls.

The programming videos are a visual tool providing step-by-step instruction from the most basic programming techniques like how to link a Maestro Wireless in-wall dimmer with a Pico Wireless control to more advanced programming methods, such as stepped daylighting.

The videos are also available to view as a section of the Maestro Wireless training module on Lutron’s award-winning training website. Lighting Control Institute (LCI) Online provides web-based training modules designed to educate industry professionals about the latest developments in lighting control technology.