Today's lighting control landscape is crowded with a countless number of manufacturers, all bearing a daunting number of different technology features to choose from. Connexion's design and build team routinely navigates this landscape while researching and specifying the optimal lighting control solutions for our clients.
But as rapidly as lighting products continue to evolve, and new brands emerge, the one constant we found is Lutron.
Whether a large scale commercial installation, small office or home use, Lutron products perform consistently well, are adaptive with all lamp types and provide an outstanding value. We've found for light commercial and residential applications, Lutron's Maestro and Caseta lines deliver feature-packed value and reliability at an affordable price.
Shop and learn about these product solutions below:
Explore Lutron Maestro Controls
Maestro offers a full range of designer light controls, fan controls, sensors and timers that allow you to adjust your lights and fans from anywhere in the room and even outside your home
Maestro Wireless technology offers impressive lighting control functionality and convenience that will fit almost any commercial or residential application. The Pico® Wireless control and Radio Powr Savr™ sensors give the system even greater flexibility, plus the added benefit of improved energy savings. The system is incredibly easy to install and operate, allowing you to control lighting levels with any combination of up to 10 dimmers, switches, sensors and wireless controls all with the touch of a button.
Explore Lutron Caseta Controls
Control your lights, shades and temperature from anywhere - whether you're home or away. Caséta Wireless dimmers and switches install in minutes, work with numerous bulb types - including dimmable LEDs and CFLs, and bring the convenience of a connected home to your fingertips.
Enjoy hands-free control of the Caséta lights in your home with the Google Home voice-enabled speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Turn lights on, off or anywhere in between simply by asking Google. You can even ask if you?ve left any lights on around the house.