Power Dimmer, Push-Button Controlled Electronic Kit (110/230Vac)VellemanPowerful 230Vac, 1KW high-quality dimmer, suitable for incandescent lamps, mains voltage halogen lighting and low voltage halogen lighting in combination with a conventional (wire wound) transformer...Electronics > Circuit Components > Printed Circuit Boards > Development Boardsvelleman_k8038K803817.10Quasar Electronics Limitedhttps://quasarelectronics.co.uk/Item/velleman-k8038-power-dimmer-push-button-controlled-kit
The K8038 Power Dimmer, Push-Button Controlled SELF-ASSEMBLY electronic kit is a powerful 1KW/230V high-quality dimmer, suitable for incandescent lamps, mains voltage halogen lighting and low voltage halogen lighting in combination with a conventional (wire wound) transformer.
easy push-button operation for dimming of light sources.
phase control can be disabled
non-volatile memory for last set light intensity
lots of safety features to make lamps last as long as possible, such as "oftstart" and automatic turn-off after 12h or after 20min at too low intensity
transformer protection in case of defective light sources
LED status indication
suppression of radio & TV interference according to EN55015
operating voltages: 110-125V or 220-240V AC (50/60Hz)
max. load: 1000W/230V or 500W/115V (5A)
max. phase shift with inductive load: 30°
dimming speed: ± 5 sec.
PCB dimensions: 90 x 75 x 40mm (3.5" x 2.9" x 1.6")
WARNING Product operates at mains voltage and is not suitable for children. An isolating enclosure is required (not included). Installation, testing and commissioning should be performed by a competent person. Mains Electricity Info
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