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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
DIMMER FOR LIGHTING NE 20 National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
ST7537DIMMER National Microchip ST Not Provided Not Provided
P20F3PI Radwell Prescolite Lighting, Lighting Accessories DIMMER SLIDE 18A 120V 4-40W FLOURLAMPS 2GANG IVORY
KL27510011 Radwell Beckhoff Not Provided 1-CHANNEL UNIVERSAL DIMMER TERMINAL, 230 V AC, 300
AN603PAL Radwell Lutron Not Provided AVIENA 600 W 3 WAY PRESET ALMOND INC DIMMER
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  • PICDIM Lamp Dimmer for the PIC12C508
    The PIC12CXXX family of devices adds a new twist to the 8-bit microcontroller market by introducing for the first time fully functional microcontrollers in an eight pin package. These parts are not stripped down versions of their larger brethren, they add features in a package smaller than available
  • Electronic Timers and Dimmers
  • Dimming AC Incandescent Lamps Using A PIC10F200
    One of the earliest circuits in home electronics is the venerable incandescent AC lamp dimmer. It is also one of the most challenging circuits to get right. In this technical brief we will examine how using a microcontroller can both simplify the circuit and make it efficient. Early dimmers were
  • High Efficiency - Low Cost LED Dimming
    This circuit can be thought of as having two separate. portions. There is a LED management portion and there is. a dimmer management and PWM Signal portion. The LED management portion charges the output. capacitor to a "DC" state. The dimmer management portion. provides loading current for an SCR
  • ENERGY STAR (R) Compliant - Low Cost LED Dimming
    This circuit can be thought of as having two separate portions. There is a LED management portion and there is a dimmer management and PWM Signal portion. The LED management portion charges the output capacitor to a "DC" state. The dimmer management portion provides loading current for an SCR
  • Case Study - Light Butler: An Integrated Lighting System
    While working on a home lighting project, Alan Butler found a need for a lighting control device that combined a digital timer, motion detector, photo sensor and dimmer in one compact package. Searching the shelves of some large home centers in Alpharetta with no success, he discussed his lighting
  • Controlling Consumers' Expectations of LED Lighting: Why Dimming is So Important
    Census Bureau estimated that there are over 75 million owner-occupied homes (2007) and almost 5 million commercial buildings (2003) in the United States. Many of these buildings, both commercial and residential, already have dimmers installed. These existing dimmers are controlling a multitude of light
  • Finding Immunity to Voltage Sags (.pdf)
    the lights appear dimmer. Not a big deal, but to automation equipment, sags can mean equipment shutdown, loss of data and inexplicable resets.

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