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Shuttle 225W - Rotary dimmer

  • Shuttle 225W - Rotary dimmer
  • Shuttle 225W - Rotary dimmer

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Shuttle’s universal press on/off  rotary dimmer is a separately switched, compact, modular dimming mechanism rated at 225W (Maximum loads vary by lamp). The dimmer is designed to detect load compatibility and will switch to leading or trailing edge to suit the load. The dimmer can be programmed to optimize compatibility and is suitable for LED, halogen and incandescent lamps.

Maximum Load Power: 225VA or 0.9A rms

Normal Operating Voltage: 190-253 VAC, 50 Hz +/-5%

Minimum Operating Voltage: 100 V AC

Dimming Method: Leading or Trailing Edge

Max. Wire Resistance (bell-press control): 10 k Ohm

Minimum Load Power:

Resistive, LED and Electronic Transformer: 2W

Inductive: 10W

Retain Memory After Power Failure: Yes

Brown-Out protection: Yes

High Frequency AC transient protection: Yes

Surge Protection: Yes

Software Features:

Microprocessor Control: Yes

Soft Start and Soft Off: Yes

Bell-press Control: Continuous cycling

Maximum Intensity Control: Yes

Memory: Yes, returns to previous dimming level when turned on, except after a power failure.


Operating Temperature: -5 - +40 deg C.

Storage Temperature: -30 - +80 deg C.

Maximum Housing Temperature: 85 deg C.

Relative Humidity: 90% (non condensing)

Enclosure dims: 36mm x 22mm x 22mm


EMC CISPR 15 (2018-05 ED.9.00), IEC 61547 (2009). Safety IEC 60669-1: 2017, IEC 60669-2-1: 2015. CE/EU Conformance Directive 2014/35/EU, Directive 2014/30/EU.



Yes, because even when full on, dimmers supplied the lamp with a maximum of 92-95% of the full AC voltage and hence provides a slight energy saving. As the lamp is dimmed more, the RMS voltage across the lamp is reduced and the energy saving becomes more. As an example, an incandescent or halogen lamp which is 50% dimmed uses at least 40% less energy compared to when fully on.