Lutron Electronics Offers Stylish, New seeTouch Keypads

Lutron Electronics has announced two additions to its popular seeTouch keypad line: 12 new finishes for tabletop keypads and an international-style design for wall-mounted keypads.

Lutron Electronics Offers Stylish, New seeTouch Keypads

for its HomeWorks Lighting Control System


Coopersburg, PA (September 4, 2008) - Lutron Electronics has announced two additions to its popular seeTouch keypad line: 12 new finishes for tabletop keypads and an international -style design for wall -mounted keypads.

New finishes
The 12 new tabletop keypad finishes are:
• bright brass, satin brass, antique brass
• bright chrome, satin chrome
• bright nickel, satin nickel
• antique bronze
• gold plated
• clear, black and brass anodized aluminum

Keypad buttons and bases are midnight -colored.

Stylish, new look
The stylish, new wall -mounted seeTouch keypads offer an international look and feel - an aesthetic embraced by interior designers and architects worldwide. The new design accommodates up to 10 buttons, plus raise/lower, in a compact design.

The new seeTouch products are available now.

About Lutron Electronics (www.lutron.com)
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, designs and manufactures lighting controls and automated window treatments for residential and commercial applications. Lutron products save energy and make light bulbs last longer, making them an eco -friendly addition to the home and office.

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