Dimming lighting control

The ZSD07 device can be used for stand-alone lighting control or attached to the Lumina RF ecosystem to dim/brighten lights at scheduled preset times or control remotely via an app.

02/15/2016


The ZSD07 device can be used for stand-alone lighting control or attached to the Lumina RF ecosystem to dim/brighten lights at scheduled preset times or control remotely via an app. Courtesy: LevitonLeviton's Lumina RF Decora Wall Switch Dimmer combines dimming capabilities for any 0 to10 V controlled load with wireless automation. The ZSD07 device can be used for stand-alone lighting control or attached to the Lumina RF ecosystem to dim/brighten lights at scheduled preset times or control remotely via an app. The smart dimmer accepts input voltages of 120, 230, and 277 Vac and features a commercial-grade 10-amp load control with a mechanically held latching relay for high-inrush loads. The wireless range between devices in a Lumina RF ecosystem is optimized at 75 ft. The ZSD07 is UL- and CSA-listed and meets ASHRAE Standard 90.1 2010 and California Title 24 2013 energy-code requirements.

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