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Lutron Diva Single-Pole Electronic Low Voltage 300W Preset Dimmer - Gloss Finish - DVELV-300P See details.

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Finish:
  • Model# DVELV-300P
  • Brand: Lutron
  • Height / Length: 4.96"
  • Width / Diameter: 2.94"
  • Depth: 1.44"
  • Lamping: 300W (Bulb NOT included)
  • Capacity: 300W

Important Note

Diva 300W Electronic Low Voltage Preset Dimmer:
  • Electrostatic discharge protection
  • Captive paddle switch and linear slider
  • Square law dimming
  • Mechanical air-gap switch to disconnect load power
  • Includes radio frequency interference suppression circuitry
  • Power-failure memory
  • Precise color consistency
  • UV stable color

Features

Features:
  • Large paddle switch with a captive linear-slide dimmer for a standard designer wallplate opening
  • Preset dimmer
  • Dimmers feature built-in soft-glow night light
  • Uses standard single-pole wiring for easy installation
  • 4 wires: Black for hot, Red for load, Green for ground, and White for Neutral
2.5" deep backbox required for installation. Coordinating designer accessories and wallplates sold separately.

Questions and Answers

  • I recently purchased 3 LBL Lighting Flow Modern / Contemporary Pendant Light - HS377 and I would like to know the dimmer switch that I would need.
    ToddOct 26, 2006
    The transformer for these LBL pendant lights are electronic; thus you will need a low voltage electronic transformer. 50W x 3 fixtures means that you will need a dimmer which can handle at least 150W watts. The ones we recommend is the Lutron Diva Single-Pole Electronic Low Voltage 300W Preset Dimmer - Gloss Finish - DVELV-300P. There is a good chance that you might be able to use a regular household line voltage 120V dimmer to control the dimming at about half of the cost. However, if you want to be sure and get them working the first time and save the labor, then I would go with Lutron's Diva low voltage electronic dimmer.
    Tony - Arcadian LightingOct 27, 2006

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