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

$21.97 /each
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The Contour 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 Contour dimmer features a smooth slide, captive 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 captive knob to adjust lights and a rocker switch to turn lights on/off or to preset level
  • Coordinating wall plates sold separately
  • Contour design with a smooth-slide captive knob for precise lighting control
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Can i use this switch for a ceiling fan with lights?

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August 15, 2016
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Yes, the switch can be used for a ceiling fan with lights.
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You can use this product to dim the lights on a ceiling fan if the lights are controlled separately from the fan but this product is not rated to control a fan directly.
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Will this work on fluoroscent tube light

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August 23, 2016
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no, flourescents are not dimmeable
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This product is not rated to control fluorescent tube lighting. Most tube lighting has a ballast attached to it and you would need to match the dimmer with your installed ballast.
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Lights flicker

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I have 4 lights on this switch. Occasionally they will flicker on and off. Is that because of the 150 Watts for LED lights. If I am reading the description correctly they only draw 17 Watts per Bulb or a total of 68 watts

I have two identical sets in two different rooms and they both flicker occasionally

Bulbs are Sylvania T64T007540
LED 17PAR 38/DIM/850/FL40?W 120Vac 60 HZ 147mA 17WSH1423 1300 Lumens 5000k 40"
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I had similar problem, with several different bulb makes/ models. I did eventually try a Phillips 60 watt equivalent Soft White dimmable LED bulb which has worked flawlessly. I am operating a single fixture only however, but might be worth a try in your setup.
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Flickering lights are normally a sign of incompatibility between the dimmer and the LED lights that you are working with since at this time, there are no manufacturing standards for LED bulbs. The best way to find a proper dimmer for your lights would be to contact the manufacture of the bulbs or if you would like to find lights that work well with the Lutron dimmer, you can use their tool at Read More
Flickering lights are normally a sign of incompatibility between the dimmer and the LED lights that you are working with since at this time, there are no manufacturing standards for LED bulbs. The best way to find a proper dimmer for your lights would be to contact the manufacture of the bulbs or if you would like to find lights that work well with the Lutron dimmer, you can use their tool at lutron.com/ledtool. Read Less
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Can you use two dimmers in a three way circuit

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With this product line it is not possible to use two dimmers in a three way together. Instead you could use our Maestro products which use master and companion dimmers so you can have multiple dimmers in a circuit together.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 165 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Dimmer, versitile and matches the other dimmers and switches. We have this switch in multiple location: one is as a two-way switch running six LED floods in the Kitchen. An identical switch operates eight LED floods over the living-room TV-viewing area. A third single-pole switch operates the wagon-wheell chandelier with Edison bulbs - so this is a very versatile switch. At the lowest setting the dimmer provides a mild ambient mood, while at the highest they give full illumination depending on the bulb wattage. Wiring as a two-way was a bit tricky and as always it is vital to get the "traveler" wires correct so that the switch can be turned on and off from each location. It matches the other wall switches nicely. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great I was having trouble with my LED lights flickering. I installed the Skylark Contour and no more flicker. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by simple and easy. changed all my switches to them love them. easy to install August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fits the bill Needed this for an LED light - specified by the manufacturer. It does the job and looks good - but I thought they were a bit pricey. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Update - bulb important THIS UPDATES MY REVIEW OF June 16 2016. I tried several bulbs which indicated they would work, however did not work optimally. Those names will not be mentioned, but the bulb that now works properly all the time (and dims nicely) is a Phillips Soft White dimmable LED 60 watt equivalent. I don't care for the softer, more traditional 'warmer' glow of the light (very similar to a standard incandescent in color), but it works the way it should. I'll probably look for this brand/ style in the 'Daylight' model. Didn't mean to pan the switch when it, in fact, will work properly 100% of the time with the proper bulb. June 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great, but should have push-in connections Works great, but should have push in connects or quick connects August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Light Dimmer This light dimmer is sturdy yet nice looking. Nothing fancy but worthwhile. August 3, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by About half right. Installed fairly easily, seems to be of good construction. However, it does not dim the LED light regularly. It works 'properly' about 50% of the time. The other times, it causes the blinking/ strobe effect which some of these products do. I tried it with several compatible bulbs (you do have to make sure the switch is used with the correct type of bulb), same outcome each time. The draw of the LED bulb is very small, which may affect the dimmer. It was attempted on a single fixture with a single bulb in it. I'll probably have to either go back to a standard switch in this room, or change out the fixture and dimmer switch. No worries Home Depot has a reasonable return policy! : ) June 15, 2016
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