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Lutron S-10P-IV Dimmer Switch, 1000W 1-Pole Skylark Incandescent Light Dimmer w/Preset - Ivory
About the Lutron S-10P-IV 1000W Skylark Single-Pole Preset Incandescent Dimmer - Ivory
Part of the outstanding Skylark series of switch dimmers from Lutron, the ivory 1000W Lutron S-10P-IV offers the ultimate ease and convenience for users. With its independent on and off rocker switch and sleek design, this unit fits perfectly with a wall plate of a variety of decorator styles (which are sold separately).
The electromechanical Lutron S-10P-IV is a single-pole dimmer unit that has an ivory color and a 1,000-watt load rating. It has a voltage of 120 V, and is certified via the standards set forth by UL/CSA. The Lutron S-10P-IV Skylark Single-Pole Preset Incandescent Dimmer (ivory) comes with a limited one-year warranty directly from the manufacturer.
If you’re looking for the best dimmer unit on the market to control your lighting units, the Lutron S-10P-IV is definitely the optimal solution for you. With a great design and high level of functionality, it will only add to the overall appearance of your home.Use with Decorator Style Wallplates (SOLD SEPARATELY)
- Rocker switch returns light to your favorite light level
- Slide up to brighten, down to dim (adjust light to suit any activity)
- Color: Ivory
- Switch Type: Single Pole
- Type: Electro-Mechanical
- Load Type: Incandescent
- Load Rating: 1000W
- Voltage: 120 Volt AC 60Hz
- Standards and Certifications: UL/CSA
Limited (1) one year warranty through the manufacturer
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Will this prevent my lights from flickering with my 17- 60 watt light bulb chandelier when I turn the lights down low?by Steve E. on 06-20-2012
The current flickering is being caused because you have reached maximum wattage allowable through the dimmer. The Lutron S-10P-IV above has a 1000W wattage rating, and will handle a lot of wattage before flickering will occur. To properly calculate what wattage dimmer you need, add up the wattages of the bulbs being used on your chandelier, so you know the maximum wattage. Select a dimmer that exceeds this wattage to allow for some clearance. If you continue to get flickering, you can reduce the wattage being used by changing your bulbs to lower wattage bulbs.
NOTE: If you decide to lower the wattage of your bulbs by replacing them with LED light bulbs, you may experience flickering unless you are using a LED dimmer such as the items listed here (click to view).on 06-20-2012Please login or register before adding a question.