ISE 2020 will see Lutron continuing to expand its residential luxury product category. The Palladiom keypad and thermostat range have a new Antique Brass finish added to the portfolio as standard. The company has also added a raw brass faceplate kit for Palladiom keypads to allow the installer to offer bespoke finishes to specifiers and end users. With the increasing demand for wireless lighting solutions, Lutron is additionally introducing a new plug-in lamp module, and new standard engravings for Scene Picos for the RA2 Select platform.
Automated blind solutions are one of the fastest growing categories for Lutron, it says, and it is adding to its offering here too. The company has improved its most popular drive, Roller 64, by making it even quieter, creating additional finishes for Palladiom blinds, a new custom painted fascia option for Trithlon battery rollers, and new aesthetic options across several styles. The Lutron stand features new sheer fabrics for roller blinds, more colour options for Honeycomb, and wood slats for its Venetian blinds
With solutions for hospitality, shell and core, and offices, Lutron is adding new features and solutions across all three spaces. ISE sees the company showcase a new wireless in-line phase dimmer, additional language options, and new Pico configurations.