Lutron and Ring Integration Brings New Opportunities to the Pro Community

Lutron-controlled lights can now be activated by linked Ring devices, providing an opportunity for increased lighting control sales to existing Ring customers.

Lutron Electronics, the global leader in lighting and shading control technology, has announced a first-ever product integration with Ring, whose mission is to make neighborhoods safer. Now, lights controlled by a Lutron system can be set to turn on when a linked Ring device detects motion, or the doorbell is pressed. Adding lighting to these events adds another layer of security and furthers the impression someone is home. The new integration is supported by the Caséta by Lutron and RA2 Select smart lighting control systems, and compatible Ring devices.

The Lutron and Ring integration combines the best of both brands, offering users peace of mind, added convenience, and a welcoming environment for family and friends. Homeowners can set Lutron-controlled lights to turn on when motion is detected outside, have their front door and entry lights turn on when someone rings the doorbell, or utilize advanced motion settings to welcome guests to their family home with just the right light as they approach the front door.

“Lutron is thrilled to launch this integration with Ring to the pro community,” says Matt Swatsky,
Lutron’s vice president of the Residential Mid-market Business. “Installers can provide their clients with personalized control and the added peace of mind of having indoor and outdoor lights respond to a doorbell press or motion detected by a camera.”

“For many pros, security is a leading driver of calls for installing smart home security devices. Integrating Lutron systems with Ring devices gives installers an opportunity to provide homeowners with a curated experience that showcases their expertise in delivering peace of mind,” said Andrew Vloyanetes, general manager of Installed Solutions at Ring.

The Lutron and Ring integration is easily customized, allowing homeowners to decide which lights are connected to their Ring devices and which ones will turn on during a Ring event. For example, when the Ring Video Doorbell rings, the porch light and living room light can be set to turn on, but when the driveway Ring Security Camera detects motion, users can set the lights in the backyard and patio to turn on. Homeowners can also customize their settings based on the time of day, so lights only go on during an activity between sunset and sunrise. Customization is easily done through the Lutron app, available for iOS and Android devices and the Amazon Fire tablet.


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