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3-Way - Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Electronic LowVoltage Transformers

3-Way - Lutron Skylark Dimmers for Electronic LowVoltage Transformers

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Product Overview
  • 7 Gloss colors
  • Up to 300W
  • 120V input systems
Description
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 previously selected lighting level. This model is for low voltage xenon or low voltage halogen lighting systems that use electronic transformers (12 or 24 volts).
Specifications
Width (in)
3
Height (in)
5
Length (in)
2
Quantity Being Sold
1
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
Finish
Black
White
Brown
Gray
Almond
Ivory
Light Almond
CSA Listed
Yes
Input Voltage
120V
Warranty
1 Year
Mounting Type
Wall
Material
Durable Nylon
Locations
Indoor
Controls Type
Electronic Dimmer
Controls Locations
3-Way
Neutral Wire Required
Yes
Preset Dimmer
Yes
Controls Maximum Load
300W
Compatible Lighting Loads
Incandescent
Xenon
Halogen
Wallplate Included
No
Brand Style
Lutron Claro
Condition
New
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Question from Mary:

Can I wire 3 30in PBA-LED light strips(connected serially) and 1 60 watt transformer that connects to 2 LED puck lights into this dimmer?

Answer from Pegasus:

Mary, as long as you do not exceed the wattage rating of the dimmer (300W) and as long as both systems require the use of an electronic low voltage dimmer, then there is no problem.

Question from Randy:

How is the electronic dimmer connected to the low voltage transformer?

Answer from Pegasus:

Randy, Be sure to check out our wiring diagrams and the installation instructions. The household line voltage connects to the dimmer, which in turn wires to the input side of the transformer. The output side of the transformer connects to the lighting load.