Radio Powr Savr by Lutron Electronics

April 21, 2010

This battery-powered, ceiling-mount sensor saves energy by dimming or turning off lighting when sufficient daylight is available

Lutron combines convenience, exceptional energy savings, and ease of installation with its Radio Powr Savr™ wireless daylight sensor.

The battery-powered, ceiling-mount sensor saves energy by dimming or turning off lighting when sufficient daylight is available. The sensor detects light in the space and then wirelessly transmits the appropriate commands to the compatible dimming and switching devices via Lutron Clear Connect Radio Frequency (RF) technology; those controls then adjust the lights to take advantage of daylight.

A single sensor can be used to communicate with up to 10 switching, stepped dimming, or continuous dimming devices in multiple zones. Front-accessible buttons make set-up, calibration, and testing easy.

Radio Powr Savr sensors can be installed quickly and easily. By simply placing the unit on the ceiling and replacing a standard light switch with a compatible Lutron dimmer or switch, users can retrofit a space in minutes. No wiring is required, making it effective in applications where traditional wired sensors are difficult to install.

For more information, visit www.lutron.com or call 888-LUTRON1.

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