A 2-way switch is the most common type of light switch. This is used when you you have a light which you need to control from two different locations. An example of this could be a hallway light which you need to control from both the ground floor...
A mounting box depth of 35mm is required for double USB sockets.
A mounting box depth of 47mm is required.
Retractive toggles require 35mm back box depth and retractive rocker switches require 25mm depth.
A retractive 2 way and off toggle switch will be needed for this setup which is compatible with smart home applications.
Yes, but this can only be done on smart home applications when using retractive toggles.
Yes. Our dimmer switches use soft start technology, enabling the dimming settings to be changed in that period. The mechanism causes a slow build up, meaning less strain on the LED and improved longevity of the LED driver.
Retractive switches are compatible with smart home applications. They are a versatile switch for smart homes due to the fact that they can be programmed to trigger a wide variety of applications. Additionally, they can be used for door entry systems...
If you want to switch a light on and off from more than two different locations, an intermediate switch is required. You only use intermediate switching if you want to switch more than two locations, you always need 2 x 2-way switches one at the start...
Yes, they are intelligent dimmers so they will figure out what they are driving, the only thing to be mindful of is to not mix the type of bulbs on one circuit, e.g. halogen with LED bulbs.
For a 250 w dimmer the minimum is -5w and for a 150 w dimmer minimum is 5w.
Adjusting the minimum brightness setting. You can also adjust between leading and trailing edge, please refer to instructions for details.
These two types of phase cutting dimmer inherit their names from the part of the AC wave that they cut off. Leading edge dimming cuts off the front edge of each waves’ half cycle. Conversely trailing edge dimming cuts out the second half of each waves...
The 250 w will handle 100 watts of LED bulbs, but 250 watts of incandescent and halogen bulbs. 400w will handle 150 w of LED and 400 watts of incandescent and halogen. Do not exceed maximum wattage.
Our switches are compatible with a 25mm back box. A mounting box depth of 35mm is required for dimmers, single, standard double and double USB sockets.