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Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers

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Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers

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About our Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers

The Lutron Skylark dimmer, available in seven gloss colors to match your decor, is a basic slide-to-dim control with an additional on/off switch that will save your previous selected lighting level. This model is for low voltage xenon or low voltage halogen lighting systems that use magnetic transformers (12 or 24 volts).

  • 2 Models:
    SLV-600P: 450 watts, single pole
    SLV-603P: 450 watts, 3-way
  • Dimming Range: full range dimming that can save energy and extend lamp life
  • Poles: dimmer is designed as either a single pole or a 3-way dimmer switch; not both in one
  • Preset: Skylark® models include an on/off switch to save the previous selected lighting level
  • Maximum Wattage: maximum lamp load wattage that can be controlled is 450 watts. This dimmer can control a magnetic low voltage transformer that is rated at 600 VA.
  • 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.]
  • 7 Designer Gloss Finish Colors: Ivory (IV), White (WH), Almond (AL), Light Almond (LA), Gray (GR), Brown (BR), and Black (BL). (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 NOT Included: does NOT include a wallplate. Compatible with Lutron Claro style wallplates.
  • Depth: all Lutron Skylark® dimmers measure 1.44in deep into the wall box
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Lutron Skylark® Dimmers for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers, please call 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.

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Specifications & Measurements

Wiring diagram for model SLV-600P

Wiring diagrams for model SLV-603P


Product Reviews
Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers
1 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Cory Klein
San Diego, CA
1 Stars

Not the best
August 6, 2012
The switch when it's in the middle will make the lights flicker for a second. Also if they are on a 3 way and the dimmer is completely down it will not turn on from any other location. The dimmer has to be about a quarter of the way up so you can turn on from another location.

Questions & Answers
By Bill Ganz from Waupun WI on February 20, 2013
Will this dimmer work to control a magnetic transformer for LED ribbon light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 20, 2013


It depends. If the magnetic transformer is dimmable and intended to be used with the LED ribbon light, then the manufacturers should indicate which type of dimmers are compatible.

Dimming LEDs connected to transformers can be tricky, so I'd suggest contacting the manufacturer of the ribbon light for more info. Often the manufacturer will have a list of approved dimmers.

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