|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.75 x 2.2 x 4.25 inches|
|Item model number||DVCL-253P-WH|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Wired electric|
|Amperage Capacity||15 Amps|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Switch Style||Rocker Switch|
Lutron Diva LED+ Dimmer for Dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs | 250-Watt, Single-Pole or 3-Way | DVCL-253P-WH | White
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- Tested on 1, 000s of bulbs and dozens of brands for flicker-free dimming. For list of recommended bulbs view "Technical Specification"
- Provides over 250 lighting levels so you can create the perfect light for any activity
- Works with up to 250 Watts of dimmable LED/CFL bulbs or 600 Watts of Incandescent/Halogen bulbs
- Lutron patented technology to optimize the dim range of your bulb and prevent interference with other dimmers in the home
- Can be used in single-pole or 3-Way applications, where lights are controlled from one or two locations
- Rocker switch turns lights on/off to favorite light level. Discreet slider dims and brightens the lights
- Installs in as little as 15 minutes in homes of all ages – NO NEUTRAL REQUIRED
- Includes (1) Diva LED+ (formerly C.L) Dimmer Switch; coordinating wallplate sold separately
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|Item Dimensions||1.75 x 2.20 x 4.25 inches||11.00 x 6.00 x 7.00 inches||1.75 x 2.00 x 4.20 inches||1.50 x 2.20 x 4.00 inches||4.80 x 3.12 x 4.80 inches||0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 inches|
The Diva 250 Watt LED+ Dimmer features advanced dimming circuitry that is designed for compatibility with most high efficacy light bulbs. Screw-in dimmable light emitting diode lamps (LEDs) and screw-in dimmable compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are a great energy-saving alternative to incandescent or halogen light sources; however, your standard dimmer will not dim these light sources. The Diva LED+ works with dimmable LED and CFL screw-in bulbs up to 250 Watts and is also compatible with up to 600 Watts of standard incandescent and halogen bulbs, allowing you to control all 4 bulb types on the same circuit. It is designed to control a broad range of dimmable LED and CFL bulbs from a variety of brands including Philips, Cree, GE, Eco Smart and Lighting Science. With the same features as Lutron's Diva Dimmer, the large paddle switch turns the light on/off and returns to your favorite setting. The discreet slider adjusts the light level to suit any activity. Please see the Lutron Compatible Bulb List under Technical Specification to view the current listing of compatible bulbs that work with this dimmer. Coordinating Claro wall plate sold separately.
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So why the 5 star review? Because I called the toll free Lutron number at 7PM (PDT) on a Monday night. A smart man answered, and talked me through fixing a mistake I'd made in wiring it. He stayed with me on the phone while I opened a second electrical box and described how the 2nd switch in the circuit was wired. (Incidentally, if you're replacing a 3 way switch, don't assume the wires in the box with match the colors on the dimmer- take a picture of your original switch wiring before cutting wires (duh)).
Amazing. Didn't even think someone would answer the phone... Plus the switch works great and you can leave it a a dimming level you like while turning just on/off. Plus it matches similar on/off switches in the same box.
Single pole installation was as easy as installing a switch ever could be. A few wires and screw it back in. Functionally, everything worked just as advertised.
The one suggestion I have for the product managers would be that the minimum light level needs to be about half what it is now. Its pretty low now, but nowhere close to the dimness you can get with incandescent. Of course, using bulbs from the approved list may have better dimming behavior.
In the end, I kept this dimmer in place over the Leviton DSM10-1LZ because it didn't flash when turning on (see my Leviton review). Even though the minimum on the Leviton was lower, I preferred a higher minimum with no flash.
The main problem is that it is difficult to mount two or three switches like this on the same gang into an electrical box because the holes the screws go into cannot be seen after one screw is even partially in. If Lutron had provided screws an inch longer this would not have been an issue. I had to buy screws to install the switches (or spend one heck of a lot of time getting the shorter screws to work.)
The unit has heat sinks that must be broken off if other switches are in the same gang. It would have been so easy to take just a little bit of metal off of the heat sinks so the switch could fit without breaking off the heat sinks. If the switch next to this switch is not a dimmer there is no reason it has to be as wide as they are. That also would have fixed the problem for some installations.
The product does not dim the LED lights I have as well as the product designed for incandescent lights. When the lights are turned on they turn on then turn off and then turn on. The adjustment on the switch does not fix this. In Lutron's defense, the LEDs I have are not listed as ones that Lutron recommends or has tested.