Lutron dimmer hook up

lutron dimmer hook up

Do all LEDs work with Lutron dimmers?

Not all LEDs are created equal! Need a Lutron dimmer to work with an LED bulb? Need the right LED bulb to work with your Lutron dimmer? Use our Bulb/Dimmer Compatibility Tool to find the right match! Effectively dimming LED bulbs can be challenging, because performance varies between models.

What is the phone number for Lutron dimming?

1.844.LUTRON1 (588.7661) . Before calling it’s most helpful to have answers to the following questions: What type of bulb do you want to control? How many switches control the lights you want to dim? How much wattage do you want to control?* Which style of dimmer do you want? What type of bulb do you want to control?

What is the warranty on my Lutron dimmer products?

Warranty on your Lutron dimmers and products will be void if installed outside of the guidelines and instructions provided in the Wiring Wizard tool [the “Wizard”]. NOTE: The Lutron Wiring Wizard tool is for use and guidance in installing Lutron retail products only and is not for the use or installation of any other manufacturer’s products.

What is the Lutron wiring Wizard?

We make it even easier with the Lutron Wiring Wizard, an interactive tool that provides installation guidance in multiple ways – videos specific to your type of dimmer, a step-by-step interactive guide, and a PDF of the wiring diagram.

How much light can a Lutron dimmer handle?

A standard Lutron C·L dimmer, for example, can handle 600W of incandescent lighting or a maximum of 150W of LED lighting. This is because CFL and LED bulbs add much more stress on a dimming control than an incandescent light bulb. However, 150W of LED lighting will typically give you more light output on average than 600W of incandescent lighting.

How does Lutron determine the best dimmer/bulb combinations?

That’s why Lutron works with LED manufacturers to help determine the best dimmer/bulb combinations. We test new bulbs every day, monitoring and noting dimming performance (range, smoothness, shimmer, buzzing, etc.), as well as the electrical characteristics of the bulb to make sure it is compatible with the dimmers being tested.

Do LED lights work with a dimmer?

By reducing voltage to an incandescent bulb, it automatically dims, but LED’s on the other hand, already convert high voltage to low voltage, so reducing the input would have no effect on the light whatsoever. If less power was made available, the lights would simply go out. So then, do LED lights work with a dimmer?

How much power can a dimmer control handle?

A standard Lutron C·L dimmer, for example, can handle 600W of incandescent lighting or a maximum of 150W of LED lighting. This is because CFL and LED bulbs add much more stress on a dimming control than an incandescent light bulb.

What is the Lutron installation guide tool?

This tool provides step-by-step instructions and guidance, including installation videos, a walk-through of installation instructions, and a PDF wiring diagram, for a home-install of Lutron products, dimmers and switches.

What is the warranty on my Lutron dimmer products?

Warranty on your Lutron dimmers and products will be void if installed outside of the guidelines and instructions provided in the Wiring Wizard tool [the “Wizard”]. NOTE: The Lutron Wiring Wizard tool is for use and guidance in installing Lutron retail products only and is not for the use or installation of any other manufacturer’s products.

How do I find a Lutron wiring diagram?

Search the Lutron archive of wiring diagrams. To find a diagram for a specific product or system, please use the drop-down menus below. 1 Specify the Product or System Find Your Product or System Name 0-9 A Architectural Style Ariadni / Toggler dimmer Ariadni / Toggler fan control B C Caséta Wireless Centurion dimmer D Designer Style

How do I contact Lutron support?

Contact Us Lutron Headquarters & Lighting Control Institute 7200 Suter Road Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299 1-610-282-3800 Online Support Center Contact Support 24/7 844-LUTRON1 (588-7661) International Contact Information Provide Site Feedback Not Sure Who to Contact? Technical Documentation & Support Technical Documentation & Support Overview

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