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Coastal Source and Lutron Collaborate to Develop the World’s First Ketra Ready Outdoor Lighting Solution

November 30, 2023

Shipments of the new Coastal Source line voltage Ketra Ready Modulus Bullet Light will begin in December.

High-performance outdoor audio and lighting pioneer Coastal Source recently announced the development of the world’s first Ketra Ready outdoor lighting solution, the line voltage Ketra Ready Modulus Bullet Light, developed in collaboration with Lutron.

The UL approved, 120VAC light fixture, which is now available for pre-order, will begin shipping next month to dealers who are qualified to purchase the Ketra S30 LED lamp.

“This commercial-grade, solid brass fixture is specifically designed to use the Ketra full-spectrum E26 or E25 S30 LED lamp to bring the highest quality light to any outdoor space. Like all Coastal Source products it is designed to ‘Defy the Elements’ and last a lifetime in the harshest outdoor environment.” Franco D’Ascanio, Coastal Source Co-Founder and CEO said today.

“Ketra lamps emulate the awe-inspiring possibilities of natural light shifting with the sun’s rise and fall. Our new Ketra Ready Modulus Bullet Light fixture brings the world’s most advanced light source and controls to outdoor environments,” he emphasized.

Franco D’Ascanio,
Coastal Source Co-Founder and CEO

“Ketra Ready is a collaborative effort between Lutron and select manufacturers to develop innovative lighting fixtures compatible with Ketra Lamps,” said Ricardo Benucci, Lutron Lighting Business Development Manager. “For a manufacturer to have Ketra Ready fixtures, those specific fixtures need to be approved to work with one of the Ketra Lamps. Coastal Source’s Ketra Ready Modulus Bullet Light is a prime example of this collaboration. We are proud of our collaboration with Coastal Source to bring Ketra light to the outdoor environment.”

Ricardo Benucci,
Lutron Lighting Business Development Manager

More information available here

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