Dimmer Switch for LED Light 200VA

Dimmer Switch for LED Light 200VA

Reference number: UK-PRD200VA
Connected load: 10-200VA
Trailing edge phase control
Two-way control
CE listed
Without heatsink

Product Details

Dimmer switch for led light

The UK-PRD200VA eliminates dimmer buzz with self re-setting overload protection, so it is able to handle overload situations. For example, if the wattage of the bulbs/lamps is accidentally too high on a circuit. This is achieved by the dimmer cutting out before there is any damage until the load is reduced. Although optimized for LED lighting loads, the dimmer also provides excellent compatibility with other common lamp types such as incandescent lamps, halogen lamps/transformers and dimmable CFL’s.

Specification

Reference number:

UK-PRD200VA

Colour:

Grey

Rated Voltage:

AC220V-240V~,50Hz

Connected Load:

10VA-200VA (1-15LEDs,150Wmax)

Dimension(mm):

63.15*26.04*41.60

Weight(g):

39.6g

Dimming method:

Trailing edge phase control

Warranty:

Three Years

Certificate

CE

 

Features and applications

*Minimum load of 10W, maximum 200W

*Soft start function to reduce the electric shock

*Over temperature protection

 

FAQs

1. How do I know what type of dimmer to buy? 

You can select a dimmer based upon the electronic standard that your country uses, now we provide Australian, European, England and America standard, Brazil and South Africa series has been developing and is testing now. Besides, it depends on the fixture or the type of light source you wish to control. Dimmer switches are generally used for ceiling mounted fixtures. They come in a variety of styles including traditional rotary and contemporary slide models. Tabletop, cord dimmers and socket dimmers are used for plug-in lamps.

2. Where can dimmers be used?

Dimmers can be used to control lighting almost anywhere in a commercial building or residence: Commercial uses include hotel and hospitality, ballrooms, conference room, auditorium, cinema, healthcare, places of worship, restaurants, retail, office and other commercial spaces. Residential uses include living, dining and entertainment areas, bedrooms and bathrooms, kitchens and utility areas, family and game rooms, dens, home theater, hallways and exterior/ landscape/pool lighting.

 

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