Constant Voltage LED Dimming Controller

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Colors and Part Numbers

E3X-D02FP (With wireless capability)

E8X-D02FL (With wireless capability & Flying Lead Connections)

E9X-D02FL (With wireless capability & Flying Lead Connections)

NWO-D02FP (Without wireless capability)

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Description

ILLUMRA Constant Voltage LED Dimming Controller delivers 65,000 PWM dimming steps to provide ultra smooth dimming performance through all light levels. These tiny dimmers are 1/2 to 1/4 the size of other LED dimmers and overcome a major challenge faced by traditional LED dimmers; the devices eliminate the issue of choppiness at low dim levels. Through the use of thousands of PWM dimming steps, the ILLUMRA Constant Voltage LED Dimming Controller creates what is perceived by the natural eye as a single continuous dim -- even at low light levels.

These controllers are perfect for energy-saving applications such as architectural dimming, daylighting, load shedding, and manual ON / automatic OFF control. The dimmers may also be used for custom lighting applications. The wireless dimming controller (E3X-D02FP) responds to self-powered wireless light switches, self-powered wireless sensors, wired sensors, and wired switches. The wired dimming controller (NWO-D02FP) responds to wired sensors or wired control switches.

Specifications
ExX-D02FP    |    NWO-D02FP
Range 50-150 feet (typical) | N/A
Frequency 315 868 902 MHz | N/A
Power Supply Input Rating 8-28VDC – 40mA (not incl. load current)
Output Rating Constant voltage 0-28VDC (5A max.)
Input Channels 902MHz PowerNWO -D02FP Power 0-10V Control    
Output Channels 1 output — PWM dimming
Memory Stores up to 25 unique wireless transmitter IDs in memory | N/A
Operating Temperature +13° to +140°F (-25° to +60°C)
Storage Temperature -40° to +140°F (-40° to +60°C)
Dimensions 2.88"(W) x 1.30"(H) x 0.67"(D)  (7.32cm x 3.30cm x 1.70cm)
Radio Certification: FCC (United States): SZV-TCM2XXC IC (Canada): 5713A-TCM2XXC | N/A
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