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The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with lighting loads.

SKU:
DILUTMLC
Type:
Dimmer - Inline
Height:
0.500 (1/2in)
Width:
1.000 (1in)
Voltage (Max):
120V

Bulk discount rates

Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount

Buy 10 - 24 and pay only $6.95 each
Buy 25 - 99 and pay only $6.75 each
Buy 100 or above and pay only $6.00 each
  • The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.
  • The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.
  • The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.
  • The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.
  • The Lutron LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.
$7.50

Description

The LUT-MLC load adapter is provided to help ensure proper operation of the switch with LED, CFL, fluorescent, and ELV lighting loads.

*Please Note:

  • Dimmers are NOT Returnable.
  • Dimmers are Tested to be in Working Order before they leave the factory.
  • Dimmers are Electronic Devices and Can Be Damaged If Improperly Installed.
  • Dimmers are Electronic Devices and Can Be Damaged If Overloaded.

Features

  • When controlling one of these load types, a LUT-MLC may be required, especially at lower wattages.
  • If the status LED on the switch is flashing or a solid red color, a LUT-MLC must be installed.
  • It is recommended to install a LUT-MLC with these load types regardless of wattage to guarantee best performance.
  • The LUT-MLC must be connected to the neutral and switched hot feed to the load. Install the LUT-MLC inside a load fixture or in a separate junction box within the circuit.

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