Sensor Operated Dimmer for LED Lights
Switch On/Off or Dimmer 24v LEDs
Product Ref: 5050£25.55 inc VAT
This is an incredibly easy to use sensor operated dimmer/switch for use with 12 or 24 volt LED lights.
Can be used to dim or switch a product on and off. A simple wave of your hand underneath the sensor switches the lights as required.
Hold your hand in position and the lights will dim or increase the intensity to your desired level.
When turning the lights back on they will remember their last setting, meaning you will not be dazzled by the intense light.
The sensor includes a red LED which, whilst showing that the product is live, also acts as a handy tool for locating the dimmer in a darkened room.
The sensor is fitted with a JB4 plug to connect to a 12 or 24 volt power supply and a JB4 manifold into which your LED lights connect. Total maximum load is 30 watts.
If your power supply and lights do not have JB4 plugs and sockets you can simply cut off the plugs and connect your wiring with a terminal block or Wago connector.
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
I really like the switch but I have 12v lights not 24v . Would this still work?
Will this dimmer work with my arrow LED strip lights, using a 24V 30W.driver pulling a load of 17.5W?
You say the unit has 2.5 of cable. Presumably this is the length of cable from the driver socket to the sensor itself? If so where in the arrangement is the six port splitter?
Cab you tell me your usual delivery lead time please for the Sensor Operated Dimmer for LED Lights
I need to power 6 led lights but the dimmer seems to conect to one output port on the output ports on the splitter? Can I only power 5 lights with this? it says 6. ?
Can this be used in a bathroom as a replacement ultimately to operate the main LED downlights instead of a wall switch on the outside
I recently purchased from yourselves 6 single surface led lights and a 3/6 fitting power supply. I now wish to add a sensor operated dimmer. My understanding is that I connect the new dimmer socket into my existing driver and relocate all 6 lights from the driver to the new 6 port splitter provided with the dimmer switch. Is this correct.
Can I use the dimmer switch only as a dimmer and use a switch on the wall to switch on and off? Also if I get 3 lights and the dimmer do I need to buy a driver with 3-6 ports?
I have 9 lights to control. If the box on this switch only has ports for 6 lights what do I need to connect more lights?
the picture shows the splitter box connected to I assume the switch, the splitter box supplied is not connected to the switch do I assume that the cable marked input is wired to the supply and output wired to the splitter giving 5 ports to use
I am feeding 3 LED lights from this sensor dimmer. please confirm that the 24V output from the sensor goes into one port on the 6 way splitter supplied and each LED feed into one of the others. there is no input or output marked on the splitter.