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Lutron Skylark Contour Dimmer for Electronic Low Voltage Transformers

Lutron Skylark Contour Dimmer for Electronic Low Voltage Transformers

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CTELV-303P

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Product Overview
  • Slide to dim
  • On/Off preset switch
  • Energy savings
  • UL listed
Description
This Skylark Contour dimmer is designed for lighting systems using electronic low voltage transformers. It features a slide control and an easy-to-use rocker switch that returns light to the previous set level. It is both a single pole and 3-way switch and can control a maximum of 300 watts.
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
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 JoAnne:

Do you need a special dimmer for my under cabinet LED light fixtures? I know I had to return the dimmer switch I bought for my Living Room because it did not say for LED and get another one that did. I was given this Skylark model for the 5 fixtures I am putting under my cabinets in the kitchen from an electrical supply company. Is it Ok for them?.

Answer from Pegasus:

Dimming LEDs is complicated and there is not a standard type of dimmer to use with them. Your best bet is to ask the manufacturer for a recommended dimmer.

Question from Alan:

I presently have LED rope lights with a Lutron electronic dimmer switch (single pole) but the lights will not turn off completely (a low current always flows to them). Will this switch rectify that situation so that they can be dimmed and also turned off completely?

Answer from Pegasus:

This is also a Lutron electronic low voltage dimmer so I am not confident the dimming will be different without testing. I would suggest consulting the manufacturer of your rope light for a recommended dimmer and wattage rating.

Question from Dimetrius:

Does this dimmer require a neutral?

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes, it requires a neutral wire.