Lutron MRF2-15APS-3 Maestro Wireless Three Receptacle Wireless Appliance Module
Used to allow any plug-in lamp or appliance to be controlled wirelessly by the Maestro Wireless system. Three receptacle model. 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.
The story of Lutron began in a makeshift lab in a New York City home in 1959 where Joel Spira emerged with a radical new innovation in home lighting: the solid-state rotary dimmer. In almost 50 years of innovation, Lutron has invented hundreds of lighting control devices and systems, and expanded their product offering from 2 products to 15,000. Lutron dimmers not only set the perfect mood in a home, they also reduce energy consumption and extend lamp life. Taken as a whole, Lutron light controls have reduced electrical use by 9.2 billion kWh, reducing their customers' electric bills by $1 billion annually. The company has advanced the technology of lighting control while focusing on exceptional quality and design. Since the beginning, the company has maintained exceptional service, offering 24-hour technical support for its products, and a friendly customer service department.
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Our SKU: Lutron MRF2-15APS-3
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Lutron MRF2-15APS-3-BL
- Lutron MRF2-15APS-3-WH
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Lutron MRF2-15APS-3-WH Product Specifications
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