Rocker, Slide Lighting Dimmer, Low Voltage Light Technology, 1-Pole, 3-Way, Ivory
- Item # 13M196
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # CTELV-303P-IV
- Catalog Page # 466
- UNSPSC # 39121502
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- Item - Motion Sensing and Dimming Lighting Dimmer
- Switch Type - Motion Sensing and Dimming 1-Pole, 3-Way
- Light Technology Low Voltage
- Communication Method - Motion Sensing and Dimming Hard Wired
- Switch Style - Motion Sensing and Dimming Rocker, Slide
- Number of Gangs 1
- Operating Voltage - Motion Sensing and Dimming 120VAC
- Max. Capacity @ 120VAC 300W (ELV)
- Color - Motion Sensing and Dimming Ivory
- Installation Location - Motion Sensor Wall Switch Box
- Ballast Type - Light Dimming Electronic Low Voltage Transformer
- Wall Plate Not Included
- Includes Wire Nuts
- Standards CUL
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