Leading Edge LED Dimmer 400W

Leading Edge LED Dimmer 400W

Reference number: UK-PRLD400W
Connected load: 60-400VA
Trailing edge phase control
Two-way control
Without Heat sink

Product Details

Leading Edge LED Dimmer 400W

The UK-PRLD400VA is a Leading Edge Dimmer, designed for incandescent, linear halogena and GU10 halogen, as well as wire wound low voltage transformers when de-rated at 20%.


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Dimming method:

Leading edge phase control


Three Years 

Features and applications

√Push button mechanism

√Inbuilt over-temperature protection

√Compact design


1. Pre-sale service

a. We provide 18 hours online service, your inquiry will be on our priority attention.

b. We can customize your own brand image with a professional team for design and promotion.

c. Experienced R&D team can provide ODM&OEM service.

. Sample and trial order is available

e. Professional expert for technical and design issue

2. After Sale service

a. Updated the shipping information as soon as possible.

b. Ensure the Adaptor delivery on time.

c. Documents will be sent correctly and promptly.


1. What is the soft start feature?

When the dimmer is turned on, it will slowly bring the lights to the set level over a period of around a second. This is designed to extend the life of both the lamps and the dimmer but preventing any spikes on start up.

2. What is overload protection?

Our dimmers have an overload protection feature. This feature will work in different ways for each different dimmer. Overload protection mode will kick in if you mistakenly connect your dimmer to too many lights or transformers. It will protect itself from failure by turning the lights down or off until the load is corrected.

3. Does it have over-temperature protection?

To combat overloading or insufficient de-rating, a good dimmer will automatically reduce lamp brightness when the dimmer is getting too hot. Then once the dimmer has cooled down, it will automatically resume normal operation. This is an excellent safety feature and it’s good to explain this to homeowners.