Keep the old-fashioned architectural look and feel of Arts & Crafts or Victorian era homes with this reproduction narrow trimmed light dimmer switch. Top button even clicks when pushed on or off, just like the original switches, bottom button has smooth turning action. Narrow dimmers specifically designed for installation next to another dimmer, ceiling fan control or GFCI outlet. Fits in any push button switch plate opening.
- 300 watt (derated to 200 watt max.), 125 volt
- solidly-built single-pole fader control, knobs spaced 0.963" apart on centers
- trimmed dimmer switches can only be used for 400 watts because it is cut to fit next to another dimmer or non-mechanical switching device in a multiple gang electrical box
- quiet click, on/off button stays depressed when on, dimmer knob rotates then clicks off
- S90DMCUT by Classic Accents, two pearly buttons; made in Taiwan
- 1 year warranty
- 4-1/8" H x 1-3/4" W (1-1/2" to top of ground screw) x 1-1/2" D from top of strap to back of device; strap is raised 1/8" from surface of device
- pushbutton protrudes about 3/4" (ON) or 13/16" (OFF) from surface of device; dimmer cap protrudes 13/16" at all times
- black housing on back of device is 2-3/8" H x 1-3/4" W x 1-3/8" D from face of device strap
- for dimming incandescent or 10W or greater dimmable CFL or LED light bulbs that are compatible with rheostat dimming switches, permanent fixtures only
- read tips for choosing the best dimmable LED light bulbs for push button dimmers; compatible with all major brands of dimmable LED and CFL light bulbs
- not for use on ceiling fans or fluorescent fixtures
- works with electronic low voltage light systems if installed before the transformer in the circuit, will not work with magnetic low voltage systems
- fits standard electrical boxes, mounting hardware included
- patented by Classic Accents
- UL and cULus (Canadian) Listed
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Q & A
Q. When do I have to use a narrow pushbutton dimmer switch? A. You must use trimmed off push-button dimmers in situations where they are being installed next to another dimmer or ceiling fan control otherwise they won't fit. Standard dimming switches and fan controls are too wide to stack side by side. These devices have a large metal flange around the switch that helps dissipate heat. When you trim this off, this causes derating, meaning that the switch cannot handle as large a load as before. So with these 300 watt push dimmers, they are derated to 200 watts.