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  • Single pole models
  • 3-way models
  • 8 Matte colors
  • Up to 2000W
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Lutron Nova Dimmers for Line Voltage Lighting Systems

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Lutron Nova Dimmers for Line Voltage Lighting Systems

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$24.20
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About our Lutron Nova Dimmers for Line Voltage Lighting Systems
Description

The Lutron Nova dimmer is the "contractor's choice in rugged, linear slide dimmers." With heavy duty components for surge protection and long life, this is a high-quality product that matches any decor. This model is for line voltage (120 volts) lighting systems.

  • 8 Models:

    N-600 N-603P N-1000 N-1003P N-1500 N-1503P N-2000 N-2003P
    600 watts 1000 watts 1500 watts 2000 watts
    single pole 3-way single pole 3-way single pole 3-way single pole 3-way
  • Dimming Range: full range dimming that can save energy and extend lamp life
  • Poles: dimmer is designed as either a single pole (one control for one lighting system) or a 3-way dimmer switch (two controls for one lighting system)
  • On/Off: Nova® models are turned off by sliding the control all the way down
  • Maximum Wattage: depending on the model selected the maximum wattage that can be controlled is 600 watts, 1000 watts, 1500 watts, or 2000 watts
    NOTE: high-wattage dimmers (1500 & 2000 watts) are twice as wide as low-wattage dimmers.
  • Construction: durable nylon construction
  • RFI Suppression: advanced radio frequency protection circuitry
  • Installation: designed to replace standard toggle switches. These dimmers must be mounted in a wall box. Please see the Installation Instructions for details. [Caution: Always check local electrical codes and the National Electrical Code (NEC) before installing any lighting products. It is also wise to consult with a licensed electrician in your geographical area about any electrical details that you might have questions about and to make certain that you are satisfying all of the appropriate electrical codes.]
  • 8 Designer Matte Finish Colors: Ivory (IV), White (WH), Almond (AL), Light Almond (LA), Gray (GR), Brown (BR), Black (BL) and Taupe (TP). (The pricing for all of the colors is identical. However, the lead time for Ivory and White is the shortest; the lead time for all other colors is longer by 3-5 business days.)
  • Wallplate Included: a matching single gang Lutron Architectural style wallplate is included
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Lutron Nova® Dimmers for Line Voltage Lighting Systems, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form.  We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

    UL Listed  1-Year Warranty Satisfaction Guarantee  Installation Difficulty


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Product Reviews
Lutron Nova Dimmers for Line Voltage Lighting Systems
$24.20
3 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Guy
Los Angeles
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nova Dimmer
January 11, 2013
It works as promised and it looks great! Would buy another. Guy
Pros:
Everything is perfect
Cons:
None

Rick Schultz
CA
1 Stars

Dimmer
March 28, 2012
The picture shows it as a single plate but it came as a double wide plate - put the correct photo of it on your website!
Merchant Response:
This customer purchased a 1500-watt dimmer. We state on our website that the 1500 and 2000-watt dimmers are twice as wide as the lower-wattage dimmers. "NOTE: high-wattage dimmers (1500 & 2000 watts) are twice as wide as low-wattage dimmers."
Cons:
Size



Questions & Answers
By Paul Jaszczenski from Orlando, Florida on February 7, 2014
Is the 1500 watt dimmer LED capable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 8, 2014

Answer:
Paul,

It depends on the LED system. Some LEDs are dimmable with standard line voltage dimmers like this one and some are not. You will need to check with the manufacturer of your LED system to learn the dimming requirements.

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