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Lutron and Honeywell Introduce Energy-Saving Touch Screen Thermostat

Lighting control manufacturer based in Coopersburg, Lutron Electronics has added to its range of temperature controls, the TouchPRO, a touchscreen thermostat co-branded with Honeywell.

Honeywell and Lutron have combined their technologies to help customers save energy by helping them to control their cooling and heating systems.

The total home control systems developed by Lutron, the HomeWorks QS system and the RadioRA 2 control shades, lights and stand-by power of small appliances. The systems are supported by the Honeywell thermostat. Easy-to-install, the home control systems operate on the Clear Connect wireless RF technology. The thermostat offers a interactive touchscreen interface and its design includes HVAC and temperature sensing connections on a surface-mounted unit. It provides homeowners with the choice of using wall-mounted Lutron's seeTemp controls to add control points.

The Office of Product Development President at Lutron , Mike Pessina stated that by incorporating the dependable Clear Connect wireless technology in Honeywell thermostat, both home and business customers can fully control their energy consumption as well as maximize their comfort.

The President, Environmental & Combustion Controls at Honeywell, Beth Wozniak stated that the TouchPRO thermostat developed by Lutron and powered by Honeywell helps customers conveniently and quickly controls various sources of energy. Wozniak added that the energy bill can be reduced by 30% annually when the programmable thermostat is used properly.



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