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Don't let your old dimmer rack prevent an upgrade to LED lighting! The PhaseAdept Dimmer Module is a dual-density dimmer module for use in any ETC power enclosure without concern for the age of the equipment. The PhaseAdept Module provides forward- or reverse-phase angle dimming specifically designed for compatibility with LED fixtures and replacement lamps. Phase angle and min scale control are available electronically when used with Sensor 3 and DRd enclosures (CEM3, E-ACP, or P-ACP controllers) and manually if used with Sensor, Sensor+, Unison DR, and Unison DRd with SmartLink (MPE , CEM, CEM+, S-ACP, CMd, or CMEd).
Dual 10A Dimmers
For LED replacement lamps, or electronic low-voltage transformers
Adjustable Forward-/Reverse- Phase, and Minimum Scale per dimmer
Control from CEM3, Echo, or Paradigm processors¹, or local control for older racks
1-watt minimum load
Withstand hot-patching of cold loads up to full rating
100,000A Short Circuit Current Rating
UL and cUL Listed for continuous duty at 100% of rated load
Not all retrofit LED lamps are dimmable, this module only works with lamps intended for traditional 120V dimming. Even then, performance varies considerably depending on manufacturer and model.
All available spaces in a rack must be filled to ensure proper cooling. Use Air Flow modules to complete a rack when fewer than the maximum number of circuits are required. For example, a 6-module rack powering 8x 20A dimmers requires 4x D20 modules and 2x Air Flow modules.
¹ Processor must be updated to latest version before using PhaseAdept modules