US Pat. No. 10,368,426

ASSOCIATING WIRELESS CONTROL DEVICES

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A control device for a load control system having a load control device configured to control an electrical load, the control device comprising:a button for receiving a user input via an actuation of the button;
a memory;
a communications circuit; and
a control circuit configured to:
identify a first actuation of the button;
generate a first control instruction configured to control the electrical load in response to the first actuation of the button;
send, via the communications circuit, the first control instruction in a first digital message for controlling the electrical load;
in response to the first digital message that includes the first control instruction, receive an identifier configured to associate the control device with at least one other device in the load control system, wherein the at least one other device comprises the load control device configured to control the electrical load;
store the identifier in the memory;
identify a second actuation of the button;
generate a second control instruction configured to control the electrical load in response to the second actuation of the button; and
send, via the communications circuit, the second control instruction in a second digital message that includes the identifier configured to associate the control device with the at least one other device in the load control system.

US Pat. No. 10,314,129

TURN-ON PROCEDURE FOR A LOAD CONTROL DEVICE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control device for controlling the intensity of a lighting load, the load control device comprising:a power converter circuit configured to receive a first voltage and to produce a second voltage across a capacitor; and
a control circuit operatively coupled to the power converter circuit and configured to control the power converter circuit to generate the second voltage across the capacitor;
wherein the control circuit is configured to determine a learned capacitor voltage from the magnitude of the second voltage of the capacitor, the control circuit configured to determine an operating parameter associated with the power converter circuit as a function of the learned capacitor voltage, the control circuit configured to control the power converter circuit according to the operating parameter to charge the capacitor until the magnitude of the second voltage reaches a threshold.

US Pat. No. 10,314,148

FACEPLATE REMOTE CONTROL DEVICE FOR USE IN A LOAD CONTROL SYSTEM

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A faceplate remote control device comprising:a housing that defines an opening that is configured to receive a toggle actuator of a light switch, wherein the housing is configured such that the toggle actuator protrudes through the opening and is operable between a first position and a second position when protruding through the opening;
a user interface integrated with the housing, wherein the user interface is configured to receive an input from a user of the faceplate remote control device; and
a wireless communication circuit that is configured to transmit a message in response to receiving the input at the user interface.

US Pat. No. 10,331,100

ENERGY SAVINGS SELECTOR TOOL

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A system controller device configured to recommend, via an energy savings selector tool, an electrical device for reducing an amount of power consumed by a load control system, the system controller device comprising:at least one processor configured to:
receive load control information associated with a first electrical device;
determine the amount of power consumed by the load control system over a period of time, wherein the amount of power consumed by the load control system is determined based on the load control information associated with the first electrical device, wherein the first electrical device is at least one of a first electrical load or a first electrical load control device configured to control an amount of power provided to the first electrical load;
determine a second electrical device as a recommended addition to the first electrical device in the load control system that, when installed in the load control system, reduces the amount of power consumed by the load control system, wherein the second electrical device is at least one of a second electrical load or a second electrical load control device configured to control an amount of power provided to the second electrical load;
determine savings information associated with using the second electrical device as the recommended addition to the first electrical device in the load control system, wherein the savings information indicates a savings associated with using the second electrical device as the recommended addition to the first electrical device in the load control system; and
provide to a network device, via a network communication circuit, the savings information associated with using the second electrical device as the recommended addition to the first electrical device in the load control system and information identifying the second electrical device as the recommended addition to the first electrical device in the load control system.

US Pat. No. 10,306,723

LOAD CONTROL DEVICE FOR A LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE LIGHT SOURCE HAVING DIFFERENT OPERATING MODES

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A method for controlling an amount of power delivered to an electrical load, the method comprising:during a normal mode, regulating an average magnitude of a load current conducted through the electrical load by holding a burst duty cycle of a load regulation circuit constant and adjusting a target load current conducted through the electrical load; and
during an intermediate mode and a low-end mode, controlling the load regulation circuit to operate in active state periods during which the load regulation circuit is active and in inactive state periods during which the load regulation circuit is inactive, and
during the intermediate mode, adjusting the burst duty cycle and the average magnitude of the load current by keeping the length of the inactive state periods constant and adjusting the length of the active state periods; and
during the low-end mode, adjusting the burst duty cycle and the average magnitude of the load current by keeping the length of the active state periods constant and adjusting the length of the inactive state periods.

US Pat. No. 10,305,279

LOAD CONTROL DEVICE HAVING A REDUCED LEAKAGE THROUGH GROUND

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control device for controlling power delivered from an AC power source to an electrical device, the load control device comprising:a first electrical connection adapted to be electrically coupled to a hot side of the AC power source;
a second electrical connection adapted to be electrically coupled to the electrical device;
a third electrical connection adapted to be electrically coupled to an earth ground connection or a neutral side of the AC power source;
a controllably conductive device electrically coupled between the first and second electrical connections and configured to control the power delivered from the AC power source to the electrical device so as to generate a switched-hot voltage at the second electrical connection;
a detect circuit electrically coupled between the second and third electrical connections and configured to generate a detect signal indicating a magnitude of the switched-hot voltage;
a switching circuit electrically coupled in series with the detect circuit between the second and third electrical connections; and
a control circuit configured to render the switching circuit conductive to cause the detect circuit to begin generating the detect signal, the control circuit configured to subsequently monitor the detect signal from the detect circuit and to render the switching circuit non-conductive after detecting an edge on the detect signal.

US Pat. No. 10,292,245

DIGITAL LOAD CONTROL SYSTEM PROVIDING POWER AND COMMUNICATION VIA EXISTING POWER WIRING

LUTRON TECHNOLOGY COMPANY...

1. A load control system comprising:a power device adapted to receive power from an AC power source via a power wiring; and
a controller adapted to be coupled in series electrical connection on the power wiring between the AC power source and the power device, the controller configured to produce a phase-control voltage that is adapted to be received by the power device via the power wiring, the controller configured to transmit a forward digital message to the power device by encoding digital information in timing edges of the phase-control voltage;
wherein the power device is configured to transmit a reverse digital message to the controller via the power wiring, the reverse digital message being split up into two or more packets; and
wherein the controller is configured to transmit a continuation pattern between the packets of the reverse digital message.

US Pat. No. 10,405,411

LOCATION-BASED CONFIGURATION OF A LOAD CONTROL DEVICE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A lighting control device for controlling an intensity of a lighting load, the lighting control device comprising:a load control circuit adapted to be coupled to the lighting load;
a controller configured to control the load control circuit to control the intensity of the lighting load;
a first communication circuit configured to transmit and receive digital messages; and
an identifier-retrieval circuit comprising a second communication circuit, the identifier-retrieval circuit configured to receive a first digital message including an identifier from an identifier-transmitting device when the lighting control device is mounted in close proximity to the identifier-transmitting device, wherein the identifier transmitted by the identifier-transmitting device is representative of a location of the identifier-transmitting device, the identifier-transmitting device adapted to be installed in a fixture in which the lighting control device is installed;
wherein the controller is configured to transmit a second digital message including the identifier via the first communication circuit, and to subsequently receive a third digital message including a configuration setting associated with the identifier via the first communication circuit.

US Pat. No. 10,278,268

CONTROLLING LIGHTING LOADS TO ACHIEVE A DESIRED LIGHTING PATTERN

LUTRON TECHNOLOGY COMPANY...

1. A method of controlling a plurality of lighting fixtures to obtain a predefined light profile across a surface, the method comprising:retrieving an image of a space;
determining a lighting level for a first sub-area within the space;
determining a lighting level for a second sub-area within the space;
determining a first lighting fixture that affects the lighting level for the first sub-area and the lighting level for the second sub-area;
determining a second lighting fixture that affects the lighting level for the second sub-area; and
adjusting the first lighting fixture and the second lighting fixture to achieve a first target light level in the first sub-area and a second target light level in the second sub-area, wherein the adjustment of the second lighting fixture is in response to an amount that the first lighting fixture affects the lighting level for the second sub-area when the first lighting fixture is adjusted.

US Pat. No. 10,276,322

LASER-CUT BUTTON VENEER FOR A CONTROL DEVICE HAVING A BACKLIT KEYPAD

LUTRON TECHNOLOGY COMPANY...

1. A veneer that is configured to be secured to a backlit button of a control device, the veneer comprising:a plate portion that includes one or more indicia defined therethrough by a laser cutting process, wherein at least one of the one or more indicia comprises an alphanumeric character, and wherein the plate portion defines a rib that suspends a floating portion of the alphanumeric character relative to an open portion of the alphanumeric character, wherein the rib defines a thickness that does not exceed 0.003 inches.

US Pat. No. 10,375,803

CONTROL DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING MULTIPLE OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ELECTRICAL LOAD

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A control device configured for use in a load control system to control one or more electrical loads external to the control device, the control device comprising:a base portion configured to be mounted to an electrical wallbox or over a mechanical switch;
a first rotating portion configured to be rotatable with respect to the base portion;
a second rotating portion concentric with the first rotating portion and configured to be rotatable with respect to the base portion, the first and second rotating portions occupying different planes along an axis perpendicular to the base portion;
an actuation portion surrounded by at least one of the first or second rotating portion; and
a control circuit configured to generate and transmit first control data for changing a first characteristic of the one or more electrical loads while the first rotating portion is being rotated by a user, the control circuit configured to generate and transmit second control data for changing a second characteristic of the one or more electrical loads while the second rotating portion is being rotated by the user, the control circuit further configured to generate and transmit third control data for turning the one or more electrical loads on and off in response to the actuation portion being pressed in towards the base portion.

US Pat. No. 10,342,103

CONTROL DEVICE WITH MULTIPLE FEEDBACK TYPES

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A remote control device comprising:a status indicator configured to be illuminated by three or more light sources; and
a control circuit configured to:
receive device information regarding one or more devices that are responsive to the remote control device, wherein the device information comprises at least one of an address or a device type of each of the one or more devices;
select, based on the device information, a feedback type of a plurality of feedback types to be provided via the status indicator, wherein the plurality of feedback types comprise at least one simple feedback type that is provided in response to a user interface event on the remote control device and at least one advanced feedback type provided in response to a status of one or more load control devices; and
provide feedback according to the selected feedback type via the status indicator by illumination of one or more of the three or more light sources, wherein the control circuit is configured to provide a different illumination configuration of the three or more light sources for different feedback types.

US Pat. No. 10,325,740

LOAD CONTROL DEVICE HAVING STUCK RELAY DETECTION

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control device for controlling power delivered from an AC power source to an electrical device, the load control device comprising:a relay adapted to be electrically coupled between the AC power source and the electrical device, the relay being configured to receive a hot voltage from the AC power source and generate a switched-hot voltage for controlling the power delivered to the electrical device;
a detect circuit electrically coupled to the relay to receive the switched-hot voltage and configured to generate a detect signal indicating a magnitude of the switched-hot voltage;
a control circuit configured to generate a drive signal for attempting to open and close the relay, configured to monitor the detect signal, and configured to determine whether the relay is open or closed based on the detect signal;
wherein, in response to determining that the relay is stuck closed, the control circuit is configured to:
attempt to close the relay;
attempt to open the relay;
monitor the detect signal; and
determine whether the relay is stuck closed.

US Pat. No. 10,317,923

LOAD-SENSING REMOTE CONTROL DEVICE FOR USE IN A LOAD CONTROL SYSTEM

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control system comprising:a remote control device configured to be clamped around at least one electrical conductor of an AC power cord of an electrical load, the remote control device comprising:
a control circuit;
a sensing circuit communicatively coupled to the control circuit and configured to sense an electrical current of the electrical load, the sensed electrical current indicating a change in state of the electrical load from an on state to an off state;
a programming button communicatively coupled to the control circuit, wherein in response to the programming button being actuated, the control circuit is configured to associate the remote control device with a load control device so that the load control device is responsive to messages transmitted by the remote control device, wherein the load control device is configured to control an intensity of a lighting load by controlling an amount of power delivered to the lighting load, and wherein the lighting load and the electrical load are different loads; and
a communication circuit communicatively coupled to the control circuit and configured to transmit messages to the associated load control device;
wherein in response to sensing, via the sensing circuit, the change in the state of the electrical load from the on state to the off state, the control circuit is configured to transmit a message to the load control device via the communication circuit, wherein the transmitted message includes information related to the change in the state of the electrical load from the on state to the off state, and wherein the transmitted message causes the load control device, in response to receiving the transmitted message, to control the amount of power that is delivered to the lighting load to blink the lighting load by increasing and decreasing the intensity of the lighting load.

US Pat. No. 10,310,540

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PHASE-CONTROLLING A LOAD

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control device for controlling an amount of power delivered from an alternating current (AC) power source to an electrical load, the load control device comprising:a bidirectional semiconductor switch configured to be coupled between the AC power source and the electrical load; and
a controller operatively coupled to the bidirectional semiconductor switch, the controller configured to:
receive, via an actuator or a communication circuit, a command to turn on;
control the bidirectional semiconductor switch to provide a phase control signal using a reverse phase control technique to control the electrical load in response to the command to turn on;
subsequent to using the reverse phase control technique, control the bidirectional semiconductor switch using a center phase control technique to control the electrical load; and
subsequent using the center phase control technique, control the bidirectional semiconductor switch using a forward phase control technique to control the electrical load.

US Pat. No. 10,375,781

LOAD CONTROL DEVICE FOR A LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE LIGHT SOURCE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A circuit for controlling an intensity of a LED light source, the circuit comprising:an LED drive circuit configured to control a magnitude of a load current conducted through the LED light source to control the intensity of the LED light source;
a current sense circuit configured to provide a load current feedback signal that indicates the magnitude of the load current; and
a control circuit configured to generate at least one drive signal for controlling the LED drive circuit to adjust the intensity of the LED light source towards a target intensity;
wherein, when the target intensity is greater than a transition intensity, the control circuit is configured to adjust a value of an operational characteristic of the at least one drive signal in response to the load current feedback signal in order to regulate an average magnitude of the load current towards a target current that ranges from a maximum rated current to a minimum rated current; and
wherein, when the target intensity is less than the transition intensity, the control circuit is configured to control the average magnitude of the load current below the minimum rated current by:
operating in a first state and a second state on a periodic basis;
controlling the LED drive circuit in the first state during a first time period in which the control circuit adjusts the value of the operational characteristic of the at least one drive signal to regulate a peak magnitude of the load current towards approximately the minimum rated current in response to the load current feedback signal; and
controlling the LED drive circuit in the second state during a second time period in which the control circuit maintains the operational characteristic of the at least one drive signal approximately constant.

US Pat. No. 10,342,099

TURN-ON PROCEDURE FOR A LOAD CONTROL SYSTEM

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load regulation device for controlling an electrical load, the load regulation device comprising:a load regulation circuit configured to control the electrical load; and
a control circuit configured to control the load regulation circuit to control an amount of power delivered to the electrical load, the control circuit configured to operate in an on state during which the control circuit controls the load regulation circuit to energize the electrical load, and in a low power state during which the electrical load is unenergized;
wherein the control circuit is configured to:
receive an indication of a user's presence;
transition from a low power state to a ready state in response to receiving the indication, wherein the ready state is characterized by the load regulation device using more power than the low power state and the electrical load being unenergized;
wait in the ready state for a change state instruction;
transition from the ready state to the low power state if the change state instruction is not received within a first predetermined period of time;
transition from the ready state to the on state in response to receiving the change state instruction within the first predetermined period of time; and
transition from the on state to one of the ready state or the low power state in response to receiving an actuation of an actuator or in response to determining a lack of the user's presence in a vicinity of the electrical load for a second predetermined period of time.

US Pat. No. 10,342,100

MODULAR LIGHTING PANEL

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A system for controlling a plurality of electrical loads, the system comprising:an electrical control panel comprising:
a control circuit;
an alternating current (AC) line feed;
a direct current (DC) line feed configured to provide DC power from at least one DC power source;
a plurality of power supplies, where each power supply is configured to receive AC power or DC power and output DC power; and
a plurality of control modules, wherein more than one control module is associated with each of the plurality of power supplies, and each control module is configured to receive DC power from an associated power supply and provide a DC voltage to at least one electrical load; and
a grid-tie inverter electrically connected between the DC line feed and the AC line feed, the grid-tie inverter configured to receive DC power via the DC line feed, convert the DC power to AC power, and provide the AC power to the AC line feed;
wherein, based on one or more factors, the control circuit is configured to determine an amount of DC power received via the DC line feed to provide to one or more of the power supplies, and to determine an amount of DC power received via the DC line feed to convert to AC power and direct to the AC line feed.

US Pat. No. 10,339,795

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DIAGNOSTICS

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A user device for determining whether a message from a control-source device to a control-target device is correctly communicated, wherein the control-source device is configured to indirectly control an amount of power provided to an electrical load by sending messages to the control-target device, the user device comprising:a control circuit configured to:
adjust a wireless range for transmitting a first message to the control-source device;
transmit the first message within the wireless range to the control-source device, wherein the first message comprises a transmission range identifier that indicates a threshold;
receive a second message from the control-source device, wherein the second message is received in a transmission from the control-source device to the control-target device, and wherein the transmission of the second message from the control-source device indicates that a received signal strength of the first message at the control-source device was greater than the threshold indicated by the transmission range identifier; and
determine, based on information in the second message, whether the second message is correctly communicated from the control-source device.

US Pat. No. 10,397,991

LOAD CONTROL DEVICE FOR A LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE LIGHT SOURCE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control device for controlling power delivered from a power source to an electrical load, the load control device configured to receive an input voltage from the power source, the load control device comprising:a power converter configured to generate a bus voltage;
a load regulation circuit configured to receive the bus voltage and to control the power delivered to the electrical load;
a rectifier circuit configured to receive the input voltage from the power source, the rectifier circuit configured to rectify the input voltage to generate a rectified voltage and provide the rectified voltage to the power converter when the input voltage is an AC voltage, the rectifier circuit further configured to pass through the input voltage to the power converter when the input voltage is a DC voltage, the rectifier comprising first and second input terminals, first and second output terminals, a first controllable switching circuit, and a second controllable switching circuit, the first and second switching circuits rendered non-conductive when the input voltage is an AC voltage and rendered conductive when the input voltage is a DC voltage; and
a control circuit configured to control the load regulation circuit to control the power delivered to the electrical load, the control circuit configured to operate in an AC mode when the input voltage is an AC voltage and in a DC mode when the input voltage is a DC voltage;
wherein the control circuit is configured to disable the power converter when operating in the DC mode.

US Pat. No. 10,334,977

MOUNTING BRACKET LOCK

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A window treatment comprising:a rail that is elongate between a first end and an opposed second end;
first and second mounting brackets defining a first attachment member and a second attachment member, respectively, wherein the first and second mounting brackets are configured to attach to the first and second ends of the rail via the respective first and second attachment members;
a covering material that is configured to be supported by the first and second mounting brackets; and
a first mounting bracket lock that is configured to be slidably attached to the rail and that is configured to, when in a locked position, prevent the first attachment member of the first mounting bracket from detaching from the rail;
wherein the first mounting bracket lock defines a first projection that extends from the first mounting bracket lock, the first projection configured to engage with a first surface of the first mounting bracket via a friction fit to secure the first mounting bracket in the locked position.

US Pat. No. 10,398,007

CONTROL MODULE FOR A LIGHTING FIXTURE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A control module for a lighting fixture, the control module comprising:a front cover portion comprising a plastic lip configured to rest against a bottom edge of a metal lighting fixture;
a main printed circuit board that extends from a front side of the control module to a rear side of the control module, the main printed circuit board having a wireless communication circuit mounted thereto, the main printed circuit board comprising a loop antenna for communicating radio frequency communication signals via the wireless communication circuit, wherein the loop antenna is located on the main printed circuit board such that at least a portion of transmit/receive portions of the loop antenna are contained within the plastic lip when the control module is attached to the lighting fixture; and
a sensor printed circuit board that is attached perpendicular to the main printed circuit board to enable at least one sensing circuit mounted to the sensor printed circuit board to face the front side of the control module.

US Pat. No. 10,367,582

METHOD OF OPTICALLY TRANSMITTING DIGITAL INFORMATION FROM A SMART PHONE TO A CONTROL DEVICE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A control device for controlling an electrical load comprising:a wireless communication module configured to receive wireless communications on a wireless network;
a controller responsive to the wireless communication module; and
an optical module configured to receive an optical signal comprising programming instructions from at least one of a visual display or a camera flash light source of a wireless device, wherein the programming instructions are configured to enable the wireless communication module to receive messages via the wireless communications on the wireless network; and
wherein the controller is configured, in response to the programming instructions in the optical signal received from the at least one of the visual display or the camera flash light source of the wireless control device, to connect to the wireless network and receive the messages on the wireless network via the wireless communication module, the controller further configured to control the electrical load in response to the messages received via the wireless communications on the wireless network.

US Pat. No. 10,379,208

FAN SPEED CONTROL DEVICE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A motor control device for a ceiling fan, the motor control device comprising:a motor drive circuit configured to control a rotational speed of a motor of the ceiling fan;
a RADAR circuit configured to transmit and receive RADAR signals; and
a control circuit configured to:
receive the received RADAR signals from the RADAR circuit;
process the received RADAR signals to detect harmonic frequencies present in the received RADAR signals due to a wobbling of the ceiling fan; and
detect an occupancy condition or a vacancy condition in response to the processed RADAR signals.

US Pat. No. 10,379,505

COMMISSIONING LOAD CONTROL SYSTEMS

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A load control system comprising:a plurality of control devices, wherein the plurality of control devices include a control-source device and a control-target device, wherein the control-target device is capable of controlling an amount of power provided to an electrical load at a location based on digital messages received from the control-source device, and wherein the control-source device or the control-target device is determined to be a load control discovery device configured to send a discovery message to the plurality of control devices; and
a system controller, wherein the system controller is configured to discover one or more of the plurality of control devices that received the discovery message from the load control discovery device, wherein the system controller is configured to notify a network device of the discovered one or more of the plurality of control devices that received the discovery message, and wherein the system controller is configured to receive association information from the network device that indicates an association of at least one of the discovered one or more of the plurality of control devices with the location of the electrical load for enabling control of the electrical load at the location.

US Pat. No. 10,407,982

RETENTION SYSTEMS FOR WINDOW TREATMENT INSTALLATIONS

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A roller shade retention system comprising:a roller shade assembly that defines opposed first and second ends that are spaced from each other, the roller shade assembly comprising a roller tube and a shade material, and configured to be secured in a mounted position relative to a structure such that an axis of rotation of the roller shade assembly remains in a fixed location relative to the structure during normal operation of the roller shade assembly;
a first retention bracket that, when mounted to the structure at a first location, is configured to at least partially surround a first portion of the roller shade assembly such that, during normal operation of the roller shade assembly, the first retention bracket does not carry weight of the roller tube or the shade material; and
a second retention bracket that, when mounted to the structure at a second location that is spaced from the first location, is configured to at least partially surround a second portion of the roller shade assembly such that, during normal operation of the roller shade assembly, the second retention bracket does not carry weight of the roller tube or the shade material,
wherein the first and second retention brackets are further configured to absorb corresponding portions of an impact force associated with detachment of the roller shade assembly from the mounted position, and to limit displacement of the detached roller shade assembly from the mounted position; and wherein the first and second retention brackets define respective first and second openings that are sized to allow raising and lowering of the shade material of the roller shade assembly therethrough, wherein a width of at least one of the first and second openings is narrower than a diameter of the roller tube.

US Pat. No. 10,410,802

SELF-ADJUSTING FRAME FOR MOUNTING OVER A WALL-MOUNTED ELECTRICAL DEVICE

Lutron Technology Company...

1. A remote control device that is configured for use in a load control system having a load control device, the load control device configured to control an amount of power delivered to an electrical load that is electrically connected to the load control device, the remote control device comprising:a mounting frame that is configured to be attached to a yoke of a mechanical switch installed in a wallbox, wherein the mechanical switch controls whether power is delivered to the electrical load;
a control unit that is configured to be attached to the mounting frame, the control unit including a control interface and a wireless communication circuit, the control unit configured to translate a user input from the control interface into a control signal that controls the load control device, the control unit further configured to cause the wireless communication circuit to transmit the control signal; and
a faceplate that is configured to be attached to the mounting frame, the faceplate having an opening that is configured to receive at least a portion of the control interface,
wherein the mounting frame includes a biasing member that extends inward from a perimeter wall of the mounting frame, the biasing member configured to bias a rear surface of the mounting frame against an outer surface of a structure that surrounds the wallbox, and
wherein the biasing member includes an attachment portion and a pair of resilient spring arms that suspend the attachment portion relative to the perimeter wall of the mounting frame such that the attachment portion is spaced outward relative to the rear surface of the mounting frame.