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Energi Savr Node by Lutron

Sept. 20, 2010
The Energi Savr Node (ESN) for EcoSystem with shades is a simple, programmable, expandable module for controlling light and saving energy in any commercial space.

The Energi Savr Node (ESN) for EcoSystem with shades is a simple, programmable, expandable module for controlling light and saving energy in any commercial space. Targeted to the commercial construction and renovation markets, the ESN for EcoSystem with shades can connect to wired or wireless occupancy/vacancy sensors, daylight sensors, wallstations and motorized shades for total light management. With the new ESN for EcoSystem with shades, users can realize up to a 60% decrease in lighting energy usage with dimming, occupancy sensing, daylighting and shade control.

Best of all, ESN for EcoSystem with shades literally works “right out of the box.” Sensors, keypads and Sivoia QS shade drives can be connected immediately—no commissioning required. Daylighting and occupancy settings can be easily adjusted using an intuitive application for the Apple iPod touch or iPhone.

To learn more, visit www.lutron.com

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