Lutron 8 A multi-location switch (requires neutral wire)
RadioRA 2 Maestro local controls function much like standard dimmers and switches, but can be controlled as part of a lighting control system. Local lighting controls are useful in locations where single circuits of lighting need to be dimmed or switched.
RadioRA 2 Maestro local controls include a Front Accessible Service Switch (FASSTM) for safe lamp replacement. RadioRA 2 Maestro local controls install in single-pole or multi-location applications. Remote dimmers / switches are available for multi-location control.
Use Lutron® Designer (Claro® or Satin Colors®) wallplates or designer-style wallplates from other manufacturers. Wallplates are sold separately. Lutron Claro and Satin Colors wallplates snap on with no visible means of attachment. RadioRA 2 Maestro local controls support color change kits.
|Product Name||Lutron 8 A multi-location switch (requires neutral wire)|
- Power: 120 V 50/60 Hz
- Typical Power Consumption: Dimmer/Switch: 0.2 W Test conditions: load is off and nightlight mode is enabled. Remote Dimmer/Switch: 0 W Test conditions: load is off.
- Regulatory Approvals: UL, CSA, NOM, FCC, IC, COFETEL
- Environment: Ambient operating temperature: 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C), 0% to 90% humidity, non-condensing. Indoor use only.
- Communications: Dimmers and switches communicate with the system through Radio Frequency (RF) and must be located within 30 ft (9 m) of a repeater. Remote dimmers / switches are not required to be within a specific range of a repeater. System devices operate on frequencies between 431.0 MHz and 437.0 MHz.
- ESD Protection: Tested to withstand electrostatic discharge without damage or memory loss, in accordance with IEC 61000-4-2.
- Surge Protection: Tested to withstand surge voltages without damage or loss of operation, in accordance with IEEE C62.41-1991 Recommended Practice on Surge Voltages in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits.
- Power Failure: Power failure memory: should power be interrupted, the control will return to its previous state when power is restored.
- Mounting: Requires a U.S. wallbox. 3½ in (89 mm) deep recommended, 2¼ in (57 mm) deep minimum.
- Wiring: Uses conventional 3-way and 4-way wiring.