RTI Seamlessly Integrates With Lutron RadioRA 3 Connected Lighting Control System

EIN RTI Lutron 400

February 16, 2022

RTI has announced that its control platform seamlessly integrates with and controls the new RadioRA 3 lighting and control system from Lutron. With its wall controls, touch-controlled light bar design and IoT connectivity, a new all-in-one PoE processor, simplified programming software, and app-based editing features, RadioRA 3 transforms how homeowners experience lighting control. RTI elevates this performance by enabling RadioRA3 products to be easily programmed, managed, and automated via RTI interfaces.

“Lighting control is an essential part of the smart home and is a growth category for integrators. RadioRA 3 broadens the opportunity for dealers to provide beautiful lighting, shading, and control options,” said Neal Ellsworth, RTI Director of Product Management. “RTI takes it a step further, enabling dealers to fully integrate automation and customization that truly delight customers with a superior smart home lighting experience.”

With the Lutron LEAP driver that enables RTI integration, home technology dealers can wow their clients with customizable solutions that can be fully controlled with their RTI user interface. It’s easier than ever to always come home to a well-lit house or to automate lighting and shade settings to respond to the music or entertainment selection. The Lutron LEAP driver that enables RadioRA3 control is available now, and new features — such as custom lighting sliders in the UI — will be coming in future RTI Integration Designer programming software updates.

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