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Leviton 300-Watt Incandescent-CFL-LED Tabletop Dimmer, White
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Leviton

300-Watt Incandescent-CFL-LED Tabletop Dimmer, White

$11.97 /each
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Leviton offers a full line of dimmers and lighting controls that bring Energy Smart Living to your home. These devices easily replace standard wall switches throughout the house and provide an immediate energy payback. Create the perfect mood in any room and save energy by installing dimmers today.

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what does it mean by 300 watts?

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February 19, 2016
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The adapter can support up to 300 watts.
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February 18, 2016
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The maximum load the dimmer can control is 300 Watts of incandescent or halogen bulbs, and 150W of CFL or LED bulbs. Each bulb has a wattage rating, and the total wattage rating of all of the bulbs you are controlling cannot exceed the rating of the dimmer.
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Safe for Garage fluorescent(long tubes) fixtures? Or LED equivalent?

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September 17, 2016
I have and LED long tube style light for the garage, and a same style Fluorescent fixture for the garage. Is it safe to plug these both into this switch? Or just one per switch?
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October 3, 2016
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We do not recommend mixing load types on any of our dimmers.
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Three way light socket

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January 5, 2016
My lamp socket is for a three way bulb but I am using it only for a Dimmable LED bulb that is always switched on in either the second or third position (first position of the three way switch only works for three way bulbs). Is this a problem for the dimmer or is the warning only for the actual use of a three way bulb and my second question is do they even make dimmable three way bulbs?
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January 11, 2016
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The TBL03 will work for your application.
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non dimmable cfl bulb

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What is the danger of using a non dimmable CFL bulb with this dimmer? I have a lamp with two independently switched light sockets and purchased a Dimmable LED bulb for one of the sockets and figured if I needed to use the non dimmable CFL bulb in the other socket I would just slide the dimmer all the way on before switching power to it. I noticed that this non dimmable CFL bulb would still light at the minimum dimmer setting without any flicker and would increase to a maximum brightness before the dimmer slide was at the maximum setting(non linear). The dimmable LED light is used for watching TV and the non dimmable CFL is a reading light. I read that I shouldn't use a non dimmable CFL even at the maximum setting of a dimmer switch. Is this true or am I in danger with the setup I have.
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January 11, 2016
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The TBL03 is rated for dimmable LED/CFL bulbs; it is not designed to be used with non-dimmable LED or CFL bulbs.
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300-Watt Incandescent-CFL-LED Tabletop Dimmer, White is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from When it worked, it was better than the regular incandescent model, but it just stopped after seve... When it worked, it was better than the regular incandescent model, but it just stopped after several months. Now, it turns the lamp on to the lowest setting, but it won't go any higher.
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are a snap to connect and use. Wish I had found them years ago These are a snap to connect and use. Wish I had found them years ago
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT PRODUCT EXCELLENT PRODUCT
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not an energy saving product Purchased this product with the intent to use it with three or four dimmable LED bulbs. The dimming feature worked well enough although bulbs would hum or buzz through the full range, but would do so more loudly as light levels dropped. It was my understanding that the LED buzz with dimmers was less of an issue with units designed for the newer technology. As far as energy savings go, this dimmer was horrible! Three 40W-equivalent dimmable LED bulbs in the lamp alone draw a total of 20W. With this unit the power draw reached a peak of 95W, nearly five times bare-bulb draw at around 50% on the slider. At the dimmest setting, the draw was 65W. The best power use was at full brightness with 35W consumed, just under double the base draw of the bulbs without the dimmer. Do not buy this product expecting to lower your power use!
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just OK - It works great with some dimmable LED bulbs, but it flickers with some too. Unfortunately, with Philips "Warm Glow" dimmable bulbs, the flicker is extreme. I can't say whether it's the bulb or the dimmer, but those two are definitely not compatible. - The slider is flush with the switch body, so there is no opportunity for good leverage in moving the slider away from either end or the range. I often have to wedge in a finger-nail to get it going. - There is no full-on for this switch. At the top of the range, you are still going thru the dimmer electronics. And therefore many of my LED bulbs flicker at what should be full-on. The only solution I've found for this is to back off slightly from full-on, to a point where the flicker settles down. And then I'm not really getting the full light output any more.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Features are not as good as old model Had to buy a new one since the old one broke. The old model has an LED indicator and a screw mounting recess on the back. The new model does not. The quality on both is poor. If you use it daily, don't expect them to last more than a day longer than the 5YR warranty period.
Date published: 2016-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does save energy, if you measure properly Another review said that this is not an energy saving product. That is not true. They probably were only looking at voltage times current, or VA, which does not consider the power factor, or PF. The utility meter measures, and you are billed on, Watts. If you have an AC power meter that takes PF into consideration, you'll see the Wattage go down as you dim. The PF will also go down, from around .8 toward .1 for instance. The controller does not get hot, which is another indication that the dimmer is not wasting energy. Home Depot's only in-line dimmer from Lutron is maked "incandescent only" and causes some of my dimmable LEDs to flicker when I try dimming them. The Leviton does a good job energy-wise and light-wise, and the small amount of humming at low light levels generally does not bother me.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the Investment Purchased Leviton brand, three for decorative lamps with colored and clear incandescent light blubs, softened the intensity enhancing décor. Just connected lamp plug into table top dimmer plug turned lamp switch on, switching control to table top dimmer/on/off. Then plug the lamp dimmer plug into an outlet. Has six foot cord. Per Installation instructions; do not use with 3-way bulbs, use with compatible dimmable CFL and dimmable LED blubs. Comes in white or black. I purchased two more as gifts. Brand sold on line is different then ones sold in store. Make sure compatible with light blubs. Highly Recommend.
Date published: 2013-05-14
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