Varilight 2-Way Single Brushed Steel Switch

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Product code:
5021575161021

Varilight 2-Way Single Brushed Steel Switch

Product code:
5021575161021
Varilight 2-Way Single Brushed Steel Switch
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Product Information

Flat Screwless profile switch with brushed steel finish. 2 gang internal switch, ideal for controlling 2 circuits. 2 way switches make it possible to control the same light from 2 locations.

  • Location: Internal use
  • Switch type: Dimmer
  • Suitable for: Bedroom, living room and kitchen

Features and Benefits

  • V-Pro programmable dimmer with 3 dimming modes for widest compatibility and adjustable minimum brightness setting to deliver full dimming range of LED light bulbs
  • Sophisticated overload protection
  • Soft start extends bulb life
  • Made in UK
  • Domestic lighting circuits
  • Product must be earthed for proper safety
  • Sleek and low-profile product
  • This product is appropriate for 1 to 10 dimmable LEDs up to maximum 100 W, mains and low voltage halogen loads up to maximum 250 W

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Varilight 2-Way Single Brushed Steel Switch
Material Metal
Depth (mm) 48mm
Finish Brushed steel
Height (mm) 86mm
Location Internal
Model JDSP252S
Number of gangs 2
Number of ways 2
Pack quantity 1
Profile Flat Screwless
Standard BS EN 60669-2-1
Voltage 250V
Power output 250W
Width (mm) 86mm

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

  • Caution contains hazardous content

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