Varilight Steel Effect 1-Gang Touch/Remote 400W Dimmer Switch

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This Varilight contemporary style, steel effect, 1-way, interior dimmer switch is suitable for mains/low voltage lighting in 1 way circuits or multiway with optional touch slave dimmer(s).

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Model - IDSI401MS

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Features and benefits

Control and dim your lights by touch or by remote control - no need to leave your sofa with Varilight touch/remote dimmers. Superior trailing edge technology provides the optimum dimming solution. Use a spare button on your existing remote handset or buy dedicated Varilight remote handset

  • Decorative faceplate is easily removable
  • No visible fixing screws
  • Is not suitable for wirewound transformers and fans

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Varilight Steel Effect 1-Gang Touch/Remote 400W Dimmer Switch
Brand Varilight
Construction material Metal
Finish Steel effect
Surface Finish Brushed
Power output 400W
Number of gangs 1G
Number of ways 1
Voltage 230V
Width 86mm
Depth 30mm
Standard BS EN 60669-2-1
Model IDSI401MS

Help & Advice

How to guides

How to understand lighting circuits

How to understand lighting circuits

Lighting circuits are wired in two different ways, using either junction-boxes or loop-in ceiling roses. These days, the loop-in system predominates - though individual circuits often combine the two for the most economical use of cable.

Unlike power circuits, lighting circuits are always of the radial type: the cable leaves the consumer unit and runs to each outlet position before terminating at the last fitting on the line. Most houses have at least two lighting circuits - usually one upstairs and one down.

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