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First post here, hopefully someone can advise. I just finished renovating my house, part of which involved reusing an existing GRX-3106 in a different part of the house, controlling 5 loads. The work wasn't done by an experienced Lutron installer, but the electrician associated with my rather...
Good evening all,
Due to an increaseing demand from my clients for modifications and repairs on Lutron systems I’m keen to broaden my Knowledge on these systems.
And so I’m looking for advise on where to find the right course’s to
Become Lutron certified etc.
I'm doing a restaurant refurb and the client is insisting on a Lutron Panel. I have used these previously however I'm more used to iLight or Mode. Does anyone have an idea *Roughly* how much a Lutron LCP128 panel and 2 scene setting touch pads would cost?
I'm obtaining quotes but...
Been asked to tender for a kitchen extension which will have 3 'zones' of lights:
10x LED downlights
2x wall lights
3x pendants over island
but the main contract has said the client is keen on getting Lutron Grafik Eye.
still in early stages for this job but wanted to get clued up prior.
I have a new house installation job coming up in which Lutron series 4 has been specified.
If anyone has any experience with this system is it really as plug and play as the manufacturer says?
Looks like quite an interesting Job, I am quite familiar with commercial systems like...
I've recently started helping my friend on a few big home automation jobs. We're both qualified electricians but he's being doing this high end fancy lighting/ custom installing work for a while now and I want to learn as much as I can to help make myself more employable to his boss.
Working on lutron system at moment,3 storey home,over 300 lights & fibre optics,anybody worked on these lighting racks,after a few tips.Bascially all cables go back to rack,worry about fibres,they look a pain,house real old,large oak beams,& routing these are gonna be a major prob,cheers guys
For Sale: Lutron Grafik Eye Grx-3106-ce. 6 way lighting control unit. Great for new construction or refurbs. Multiple settings for numerous scenes! Rrp from lutron is £1000. Selling for £400ono. Plus comes with seperate remote control unit for free, Rrp £180.
Lutron GRAFIK Eye® 3000 System...
Afternoon. i have an LED replacement project where I will be using Lutron control. I cant remember the rule of thumb to apply to LED loads e.g 800W per zone for SELV, but this figure is reduced for LED. Can anyone remind me what that might be. Havent got the stomach to trawl their giudes or...
i have installed a Lutron Graphic eye 3000 series lighting system on a new build project. it has come to testing and certifying the property. i was wandering how the best way to produce the certificates is? does the Lutron controller need a certificate of its own, or do i just test all the...
I've been asked by a customer to look at a lutron rania dimmer. The problem is when switched on the lights flash light a strobe light all over the room. Spoke to lutron they believe that it overcurrent so I split the room lighting and still have same problem. Anyone come across this before...
I'm in need of a 3 gang dimmer capable of dimming LEDs, incandescent ES lamps, and a 12v solid state transformer for a wire track with GU10 LEDs on it. (also has to look snazzy:cool:)
I've found lutron triacs to be super duper for the leds but will this be compatible with a...
I have been asked to install some lutron dimmers. Do the switches need a neutral? The customer has handed them to me without any instructions. Currently there are standard dimmers in place, no neutral.
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