Lutron Electronics designs and manufactures energy-saving lighting controls and lighting control systems for both residential and commercial applications. Founded in 1961, the company offers a wide variety of light dimmers, whole-home and whole-building control systems, automated window treatments and color-matched accessories, including wallplates, receptacles, fan controls and more.
Lutron’s world headquarters is located in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania (just northwest of Philadelphia). A privately-held company, Lutron has numerous sales and service offices located throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. Global sales and service efforts are supported by worldwide offices throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Lutron is acknowledged throughout the lighting industry for its expansive product offerings, continued technological achievements, and stringent quality standards. In the early 1960s, Lutron’s founder and owner, Joel Spira, developed the first commercially successful solid-state, variable wallbox dimmer switch that was widely accepted in residential and commercial markets.
Today, Lutron is still devoted to controlling light. Lutron’s focus on product innovation, technology, quality and customer service has made it the undisputed, worldwide, light control leader. Lutron is acknowledged throughout the lighting industry for its expansive product offerings, continued technological achievements and stringent quality standards. Lutron has been recognized as the preferred brand by lighting designers and specifiers worldwide.
A privately-held company, Lutron offers more than 11,000 products to satisfy virtually any residential or commercial project. Lutron products adjust the intensity of virtually every kind of light, and it remains, to this day, the only company that provides an integrated solution for controlling both natural daylight as well as electrical light.
Lutron estimates that the installed base of its products saves the nation nearly 10 billion kWh of electricity, or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year.