Lutron launches Vive

October 19, 2018 by John Hatcher
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Lutron launches Vive

Lutron Electronics has launched its Vive wireless lighting control system, which makes it easier than ever to bring energy-savings and comfort into new and existing commercial buildings.

 

Vive is easy to design, simple to install, and extremely flexible, easily adapting to the changing needs of a building over time. It is ideal for all sizes of commercial office spaces, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities with options that specifically suit the unique needs of each different space type, with scalable solutions that offer the right level of control to meet each tenant’s specific needs.

For building owners and facilities managers, Vive represents a flexible lighting control solution that easily transforms any building into a more versatile and productive environment. Scalable components allow owners to start small with one room, and progress to full floors, full buildings, and even to a multi-building campus, all managed seamlessly as a single system. Vive has also been proven to save energy and improve efficiency of building operations.
To contractors, Vive represents a reliable, simple, time-saving product that is versatile enough to control all light sources in any size commercial building. It adds value to any job, whilst reducing call-backs.
 
David Ribbons, senior director of sales, Europe & Africa at Lutron said, “We are delighted to bring to market a solution that addresses the needs of our European customers on so many levels. The simplicity and speed of installation means Vive is perfect for retrofit and renovation of existing and listed buildings, and also meets regulations for new buildings.” Ribbons continues, “We’re proud that Vive can improve building productivity from a maintenance point of view, while also minimising downtime and disruption to work for occupants. The fact that it can be used on any smartphone, tablet, or PC also makes it very intuitive and easy to use, and creates a more comfortable environment for occupiers all round.”

Vive is expected to ship in November.

 

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