In-LineLinc Dimmer - INSTEON Remote Control In-Line Dimmer (Dual-Band) 2475DA1
Control Lighting Without Running Additional Wires for a Switch
- Remotely control hardwired incandescent lights without running wires for a wall switch
- Fits inside a standard electrical box
- Controls up to 400 Watts at 100-277VAC and 50/60Hz
- Featuring dual-band INSTEON technology for the fastest and most reliable performance
This dimmer is designed to be installed within a junction box or in a ceiling fixture allowing you remote control over lights that may not have a direct connection to a wall switch. This allows you to pair the dimmer with any number of INSTEON remote controllers. This dimmer controls incandescent bulbs. If you need to control a fluorescent light fixture or an appliance, try the In-LineLinc Relay. INSTEON also offers a Micro Dimmer Module that wires in behind your existing switches or fixtures. This allows you to keep your existing antique, toggle or decorative wall switches while adding the customizable, dimmable INSTEON remote control functionality.
Note As with all dimmers, the In-LineLinc may feel warm during operation. Rigorously tested and approved to UL-standards, the amount of heat generated falls well within approved limits and poses no threat to your home or the lifespan of the device.
Easy To Install The INSTEON In-LineLinc Dimmer is easy to install and set up. Its small size allows installation in a standard J-box or in a ceiling light fixture. Control each kitchen light individually or rows of can lights with a single INSTEON In-LineLinc Dimmer. Learn more about INSTEON here.
Perfect for Locations without a Switch Whether you're planning to install recessed lighting or have already done so, you don't need to go through the hassle of running the wiring for a new wall switch. By installing an In-LineLinc in a fixture box, you'll be able to control the lights from any location in your home. Simply install the In-LineLinc in the fixture box, link it manually or via an INSTEON Automation Controller, and you'll be able to turn lights on and off and dim them using any INSTEON-compatible controller. For maximum personalized control, wire an In-LineLinc to each non-switched light for the ultimate in mood settings.
Adjustable Ramp Rate Adjust the speed at which the controlled light turns on or off, also known as the ramp rate. For example, you may want the light in the stairwell to turn on instantly so you can see where you're walking. Alternatively, you may want the light in the master bathroom to ramp up in a soft, gentle fashion so you're not blinded in the middle of the night. The ramp rate is adjustable between 0.1 second and 9 seconds if programmed locally. The ramp rate can extend up to 8 minutes (for a simulated sunrise or sunset) if programmed using software such as HouseLinc. This is a great addition to your morning alarm, slowly turning the light on to help you wake up.
Easy to Program Programming an In-LineLinc can be easily done a couple of different ways. The Tap method is best for your initial setup. Simply go into linking mode on any INSTEON-compatible controller and then press the set button on the In-LineLinc for 3 seconds; the load and the status LED will flash. You are now linked and can control the In-LineLinc from the controller of your choice. Keep in mind that once installed in a fixture, the In-LineLinc will not be easily accessible, thus making new links and scene programming difficult. We recommend using software such as HomeRunner RBI to manage the links of your In-LineLinc after it is installed. Remember, you will need to have the INSTEON ID in order to program with software.