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3-Way - Lutron Ariadni/Toggler Dimmer for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers

3-Way - Lutron Ariadni/Toggler Dimmer for Magnetic Low Voltage Transformers

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AYLV-603P

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Product Overview
  • Toggle on/off switch
  • Slide dimmer
  • Energy savings
  • UL listed
Description
This Ariadni / Toggler Dimmer is designed for low voltage xenon or halogen light fixtures powered by magnetic transformers. It has an easy-to-use toggle switch with a small slide dimmer. It can power up to 450 watts of lighting load.
  • Maximum wattage varies based on lighting load type. When connected to a magnetic low voltage system the max load is 450 watts. These dimmers can control a magnetic low voltage transformer that is rated at 600 VA.
Specifications
Width (in)
3
Height (in)
5
Length (in)
1
Quantity Being Sold
1
Input Voltage
120V
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
Finish
Black
White
Brown
Almond
Ivory
Light Almond
Warranty
1 Year
Mounting Type
Wall
Material
Durable Nylon
Locations
Indoor
Controls Type
Magnetic Dimmer
Controls Locations
3-Way
Neutral Wire Required
No
Controls Maximum Load
450W
Compatible Lighting Loads
Incandescent
Xenon
Halogen
Wallplate Included
No
Brand Style
Lutron Fassada
Condition
New
Voltage System
Low Voltage
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Question from Chris Madden:

Few questions. 1) I see some products that place the dimmer on the low voltage line itself and others that (like this one) place the dimmers on the high voltage side and seem to reduced the power going into the transformer itself. Is one method better than another? 2) If I purchase this switch and PODX-300P-TB will I be able to dim incandescent low voltage lights? 3) If I decide to use LED bulbs do I have to be concerned with polarity?

Answer from Pegasus:

1. Dimming on the line voltage side is the standard for incandescent low voltage lighting. Dimming on the low voltage side is a technology occasionally used with LED light sources. 2. Yes you will. 3. When dimming LED light bulbs you need to be concerned with compatibility. Not all LED bulbs are compatible with magnetic transformers and magnetic dimmers.

Question from Chris:

I see that this dimmer is designed for low voltage xenon or halogen light fixtures powered by magnetic transformers is it also compatible with your LED button puck lights?

Answer from Pegasus:

Chris, yes it is compatible with the dimmable LED drivers for use with the button puck lights.