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Skylark 150-Watt Single-Pole/3-Way Preset CFL-LED Dimmer

$22.97 /each

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The Skylark C.L dimmer provides optimal dimming performance of LED bulbs. This dimmer works with up to 150-Watt of dimmable LED/CFL or 600-Watt of incandescent/halogen, allowing you to control multiple bulb types on the same circuit. It is designed to control a broad range of dimmable LED and CFL bulbs from a variety of brands including Philips, Cree, GE, EcoSmart and Lighting Science. The Skylark dimmer features slide knob to adjust your light to any activity. Use the rocker switch to turn your lights off or on---returning the lights to your favorite level. Coordinating Claro wall plate sold separately.

  • For use with up to 150-Watt of LED and CFL bulbs (please see compatible bulb list under specifications)
  • Also controls up to 600-Watt of incandescent and halogen bulbs
  • Can be used in single pole or 3-way applications
  • Features a slider to adjust lights and a rocker switch to turn lights on/off or to preset level
  • Coordinating wall plate sold separately
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Can this switch be used to control a ceiling fan?

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No. The ceiling fan switch was literally right next to this one at my Home Depot. Buy that one.
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Get a fan speed control for fan motor this one is lights only like SFSQ-FH-WH or for one that controls fan on one slide and light on another use S2-LFSQH-WH
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You can control the light on the ceiling fan but not the fan motor
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April 6, 2016
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This product is for use with bulbs.
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minimum wattage

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Is there a minimum wattage required for proper operation of the dimmer ?. For example I will have 6 led recessed fixtures @ 66 watts total on the lighting circuit.
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There is a 150W max...not aware of a min. I have this dimmer in two places in my house. One powers two 60W incandescent bulbs, and the other powers six 60W LED bulbs. Both light up fine.
My guess is it would work fine with your can lights (as long as they are dimmable).
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The 66 watts should work just fine
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For led lights, the minimum wattage is between one or two bulbs. This is dependent upon how the led bulb is manufactured and currently there is no manufacturing standard. That being said, 6 fixtures definitely meets our minimum wattage requirement.
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Can you get this in beige?

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Yes.
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Don't have a beige but think you mean like Ivory(change WH to IV) or Almond (WH to AL). Would recommend going to Home Depot with sample of what you are trying to match
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This product is available in Light Almond (SCL-153P-LA), Ivory (SCL-153P-IV), and Almond (SCL-153P-AL). I would recommend looking at all 3 of those options to see which one might best match your application.
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can u run dimmer off a line that already has dimmer on it

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can u branch off dimmer with another dimmer for 2 more lights
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If you are on power side (line side) of dimmer not on dimmed side, will work but you cannot hook up to a line that is already dimmed
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No, this is not something that would be possible to do. You can only use one dimmer per circuit.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Switch is nice, but figuring out what bulb to buy is a nightmare. The two stars is based completely on my frustration of finding a compatible bulb. If you want to go LED with this dimmer, the box says LED 150W. That's it. Employing just this criteria (which should say "150W maximum") narrows down the number of "compatible" bulbs by a factor of zero. Home Depot doesn't sell indoor LED bulbs that exceed 150W from what I can see so you should be able to buy any dimmable LED bulb...right? Wrong. But wait! Lutron provides a bulb compatibility PDF file that will help! Trying to figure out what bulb to buy with this document reminds me of using microfiche in the 80s. I have an idea. How about I just type in my dimmer model # and you give me a list instead of having me wade through dozens of pages of a PDF on my phone in aisle 11. Or just put it on the stupid box! By this point I was in serious need of a hug. You're probably saying to yourself "I'm actually reading your diabtribe while sitting in aisle 11. Could you please quit whining and wrap this thing up?!?!" My bad. EcoSmart 60W dimmable LEDs made a loud buzzing sound with this dimmer at brighter settings. My second purchase was Cree 60W 5000K LEDs and so far they work perfectly with no buzzing. Good luck! August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bathroom dimmer It's nice to take the bright lights down about 50% when you first wake up on a dark morning or enjoying an extra friendly bath at night. Love it! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great variety and this one was perfect for my needs Very smooth easy to install - PVR is excellent - would reccomend July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Dimmer for Recessed LEDs I recently installed 3 recessed LED fixtures in my media room and selected this model to match existing on the other side of the room. I was happy to find the same make/model as what was on the other end of the room. Easy install and had no problems. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This Eliminated Light Flicker at low light levels My lights would flicker at low light levels and sometimes turn off on their own. This dimmer completely eliminated that problem!!! This dimmer gives me consistent output at all levels Highly recommended!! April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ` I bought 6 Cree CR30 65W equivalent bulbs and noticed with the Lutron Skylark Incadescent only dimmer (previously installed) they would flicker very fast and annoy me. So, I did some research and found this dimmer is approved by Cree and also by Lutron in independent tests for their Cree 65W equivalent BR30 bulbs. Easy installation and once it was installed, I did not see it flicker at all on any setting of the dimmer. In addition as you can see in the attached, the lowest setting on this SKYLARK 150 WATT 1-POLE 3-WAY PRESET CFL/LED DIMMER is the top bulb pictured and the other bulbs are the old Incandescent switch's lowest setting...as you can see the lowest setting is much more on par with an incandescent bulb in a dimmer. This really helps with the LED bulbs sold at HD so I would recommend using this device to dim LED bulbs. February 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking switch This switch is a bit bulky and if you have a small Junction box, it is difficult to align the face plate to its previous state. I would recommend this switch as a vanity switch and not an entry switch, as it's a little harder to get used to if you're switching from a toggle switch. You may mistake the lever as the main switch and overlook the actual on and off switch, so not good for a main entry. Overall, it's a good switch if you need it for a second light in a lit room. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by If your recessed LED lights flicker, this is the one. Has an adjustment for maximum and minimum under the switch plate cover. Had new recessed LED lights installed and they kept strobing on high. This switch is designed to curtail the highest and lowest settings which negatively affect the LEDs. January 5, 2016
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