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SKU: SW-DM106-0-10V/WH • UPC: 806802154947

0-10V Low Voltage LED Wall Dimmer Switch

0-10V Low Voltage LED Wall Dimmer Switch

Electronic Low Voltage, ELV

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Description

After simple installation, easily turn the lights on or off with the paddle switch and use the slide control to adjust the lights to your desired level. Set the mood right with this single pole / 3-way LED wall dimmer switch. UL listed to operate with dimmable LED, CFL, halogen and incandescent bulbs.

  • 0 to 10V low voltage dimming
  • Single Pole or 3 Way Connection
  • Includes standard cover plate
  • Electro-mechanical type
  • Smooth sliding action for precise lighting control
  • For LED or dimmable fluorescent fixtures
  • Maximum Wattage: 120V - 600W, 277V - 550W

Specifications

Style Decorator
Voltage 120-277V
Dimming Voltage 0-10V
Load Rating 120V - 600W, 277V - 550W
Load Type CFL/Halogen/Incandescent/LED
Operation Single Pole / 3 Way
Wall Plate Included
Switch Type Paddle Switch with Slide Dimmer
Dimensions 4.62"H x 1.81"W x 1.6"D
Finish White
Certification UL Listed

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is 0-10V Dimming?

0-10V dimming is a lighting control method that – on direct current voltage (DC) between 0 and 10 volts – can produce light at varying intensity levels. 0-10V dimming is the simplest control system for lighting, providing smooth operation and dimming down to 10%, 1%, and even 0.1% light level. At 10 volts, the light will go to maximum power. At 0 volts, the light will dim to its minimum light level, although sometimes a switch is required to turn the lights off completely.

What is the difference between a single pole and a 3-way switch?

Single pole switches are most commonly used in home lighting circuits to control one or more lights or fixtures from a single location, such as the entrance to a room. Three pole or three-way switches are used to control one or more lights or fixtures from multiple locations, such as the top and bottom of a flight of stairs.

What is the difference between a dimmer and a ELV dimmer?

“ELV dimmer” doesn't mean the dimmer is electronic and low voltage, it means it's for dimming an electronic power supply of a low voltage halogen light. An ELV dimmer cuts the trailing edge of the power wave, to reduce hum. So ELV, Trailing Edge and Reverse Phase actually all mean the same thing.