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    Manufacturer: X10

    Dimming actuator

    €44.99 incl tax
    The LW12 is an in-wall module with built-in dimmer that can be installed behind existing momentary switches or wall outlets.

    The LW12 can be controlled with X10 signals via the mains or a momentary switch connected to the LW12. The LW12 has a memory setting for the last dimmer setting and uses SoftStart and SoftDim. The LW12 is the only X10 module that doesn't use a zero wire. This means it can replace a switch without having to use any extra wiring.

    The AW 12 reacts to the standard X10 commands that are: "All Units On", "All Units Off", "All Lights Off" from any X-10 controller set to its house code regardless of unit code or alternatively individual unit control by "On" an "Off" commands.

    House code and unit code are programmed using any X10 compatible controllers. There is an EEPROM that stores the house and unit code even when the power is cut.
    SKU: LW12
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    Features:
    • Memory function for last dimmer setting:
    • Soft dimming and brighten;
    • Can be programmed to receive group commands (e.g. All Units Off);
    • Compatible with all X-10 devices.


    TechInfo:
    • Supply voltage: 230V +/- 10% 50Hz;
    • Power consumption: <1 W;
    • Maximum load: 250W (can be slightly lower if using halogen lamps with electronic transformer);
    • Ambient temperature: -10C to +40C;
    • Dimensions: 46mm x 46mm x 17mm.








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    Features:
    • Memory function for last dimmer setting:
    • Soft dimming and brighten;
    • Can be programmed to receive group commands (e.g. All Units Off);
    • Compatible with all X-10 devices.


    TechInfo:
    • Supply voltage: 230V +/- 10% 50Hz;
    • Power consumption: <1 W;
    • Maximum load: 250W (can be slightly lower if using halogen lamps with electronic transformer);
    • Ambient temperature: -10C to +40C;
    • Dimensions: 46mm x 46mm x 17mm.








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