Lutron Electronics Company

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Lutron Electronics Company, Inc. is a privately held corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells lighting control systems and a variety of other related products. Its worldwide operations are headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania,[1] in the Lehigh Valley region of the state.

History

In 1959, Lutron's founder and owner Joel Spira invented the world's first solid state dimmer,[2] which served as the basis of Lutron's early business. Since that time, Lutron has expanded its offerings to over 15,000 products.[3]

Lutron brought to market the first dimming ballast and the first reliable wireless lighting control system.[4][5][6]

Honors and Awards

CEDIA Product Hall of Fame

Lutron has had three product families inducted into the CEDIA Product Hall of Fame.[7][8]

Induction Year Product Family Product Introduced to Market
2008 HomeWorks 1992
2009 Radio Ra 1997
2011 Sivoia Shades 2000

See also

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