Transform your Space with Lutron’s RadioRA3 System

Lutron RA3 system

February 21, 2023

RA3 System Compatible Components

Lutron RadioRA3 System
Lutron all-in-one processor
All-In-One Processor

RA3 All-In-One Processor

The brain of the system that makes everything work based on your design, from the keypads to the timeclocks, to motion-sensor activated lights and more.

SUNNATA RF Keypads

The first keypads with the elegance of the Sunnata light bar. Use keypads to instantly transform a space into a comfort zone by activating scenes, pre-set levels of light, music and more.

SUNNATA RF Touch Dimmer with PRO LED+ Technology and RF Companion Dimmer

Touch or swipe the light bar to set the lights. PRO LED+ advanced technology for superior dimming of LED, halogen, incandescent, MLV and ELV lighting.

SUNNATA RF Switch and RF Companion Switch

Use in place of a standard light switch to provide on/off control of lighting, as well as system control from the app, keypads, Pico remotes, sensors and other connected devices.

Outdoor Plug Switch

Built to withstand the elements, the Outdoor Plug-in Switch provides on/off system control of plugged-in outdoor lights—like patio string lights, landscape lights, and holiday lights—as well as small pumps and motors like for ponds, fountains, or decorative inflatables.

Lutron App

Lutron App

The free, simple-to-use Lutron app can be used to set schedules, scenes, and adjust lights, shades, and temperature, from anywhere.

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Additional Radio RA 3 Compatible Controls

Pico Wireless Remotes

Put control of lights, shades, and audio at your fingertips. Can be programmed to control individual or multiple devices, perfect for creating the right comfort zone with a single touch.

Pico Remote Mounting Options

Pico Remote Mounting Options

Pico remotes can be mounted on a pedestal for tabletop use or mounted on a wall to easily give homeowners a switch where one doesn’t currently exist.

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Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors

Radio Powr Savr Occupancy/ Vacancy Sensors

Sensors automatically turn lights on when someone walks into a room and off when the room is empty.

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Radio Frequency (RF) Modules

Radio frequency (RF) devices that control a variety of loads (motors, pumps, 0-10 V lighting, contact closures and more) based on input from RadioRA 3 or other compatible Lutron system.

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