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AAL06-C2-K Smart Dimmer, 5 A, 120 V, 300 W, CFL, LED Lamp, 3-Way, Ivory/Light Almond/White
Sku: 7193691-052303-18
$ 46.00 / Card
9 Available for SHIP TO STORE
Description Expand Icon Collapse Icon
Replaces a standard switch. Provides smooth, full range digital dimming for incandescent, halogen, electronic low-voltage, magnetic low-voltage, dimmable LED/CFL and Fluorescent lighting. 300 W dimmable LED/CF, 600 W Incan/dimmable ELV/halogen/dimmable FLR 600 VA MLV, 120 VAC, 60 Hz requires neutral connection in wallbox. Ability to set min/max dimmer level for maximum compatibility with different loads. Rapid start feature which allows the light to come on instantly in the case of LED/CFL loads and the ability to disable that feature. One master dimmer works with up to five (5) accessory dimmers, Orgill Sku #339-6181. Tri-color packaging which provides one unit box with three color faceplates. cULus listed and NOM certified.
Features Expand Icon Collapse Icon
  • Electro-mechanical push pad for On/Off operation with separate dim/bright bar
  • 10 secs delayed-off feature by pressing and holding push pad for 2 secs when dimmer is on
  • Selectable rapid start feature to ensure lamp start-up at low preset light levels
  • LED light level display for presetting illumination levels and master or accessory units for multi-location control
  • Adjustable low-end and high-end trimming to prevent lamp flickering
  • No de-rating required for CFL/LED in multi-gang installations
  • Preset feature allows user to return to previous light setting when turning lights on
Specifications Expand Icon Collapse Icon
Voltage Rating
Ivory/Light Almond/White
Current Rating
Color Change Faceplate Kit
Wattage Rating
Temperature Rating
0 to 40
Control Type
ON/OFF Push Pad
Mounting Type
2.4 in L x 3 in W x 4.4 in H
Start Type
Frequency Rating
Number of Poles
Terminal Type
Lead Wire
Lamp Type
Operation Modes