Ariadni® Toggler® AY2-LFSQ-IV

Ariadni® Toggler® AY2-LFSQ 1-Pole Dual Traditional Fan Control/Dimmer Switch, 120 VAC, 1.5 A, Ivory

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Ariadni® Toggler® AY2-LFSQ-IV

Designed to match your existing traditional switches, this fan control provides 3-speed control of paddle fans for enhanced comfort and convenience. Easily turn the fan on and off with the toggle switch. While the fan is on, use the sleek slide control to adjust the fan speed.

Ariadni® Toggler® Fan Control/Dimmer Switch, 1-Pole Dual Traditional, Series: AY2-LFSQ, 120 VAC, 1.5 A, 300 W, Quiet 3-Speed Operational Mode, Wall, Screw Terminal, 0 to 40 deg C, Gloss, Ivory, Environmental Conditions: 0 to 90% Non-Condensing Relative Humidity, 4.6 in H x 2.86 in W x 0.23 in D

Amperage Rating      :      1.5 A
Environmental Conditions      :      0 to 90% Non-Condensing Relative Humidity
Temperature Rating      :      0 to 40 deg C
Terminal Type      :      Screw
Series      :      AY2-LFSQ
Operational Mode      :      Quiet 3-Speed
Type      :      1-Pole Dual Traditional
Voltage Rating      :      120 VAC
Warranty      :      Limited
Mounting      :      Wall
Finish      :      Gloss
Color      :      Ivory
Dimensions      :      4.6 in H x 2.86 in W x 0.23 in D
Power Rating      :      300 W
  • For use with one ceiling paddle fans
  • Wallplates not included
  • Features toggle switch for on/off and a small slide to adjust fan speed
  • Offers 3 quiet fan speeds for increased comfort
  • For use with 1 ceiling fan
  • Power failure memory
  • Superior RFI suppression
  • Turn left for fan control
  • Use slide to turn fan on/off and adjust fan speed
  • 3 quiet fan speeds designed to prevent motor hum (for use with one ceiling paddle fan)
  • Turn right for Dimmer
  • Toggle turns light on/off
  • Dimmer features slide up to brighten, down to dim
  • No derating required if ganged
  • Traditional wallplate opening
  • Two loads 1.5 A for fan and 300 W Incandescent/halogen for dimmer
  • For single location use