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Cabac S-Click Rotary Digital Dimmer 2-Wire HNS630DT

SKU: 33.001.0630

Availability: Special Buy-In




The S-Click HNS630DT digital dimmer is simple to use and employs a familiar rotary-style dimming method. Turning the knob clockwise will brighten the lights and turning the knob anti-clockwise will decrease brightness. The wider range capability of the HNS630DT provides deep-dimming to zero on most lamps. A separate switch is required for ON/OFF control.

This 2-wire rotary dimmer features programmable minimum brightness, patented ripple tone rejection and has the advantage of being suitable for dual switching. This makes our HNS630DT the perfect choice for dimmable LED lighting.

Applications and Compatibility

Suggested uses include incandescent, Dichroic 12V, CFL and most dimmable lighting. Compatible with S-Click 3-Wire Timers and Switches.

The HNS630DT is suitable for dual switching.

Knobs included to suit Clipsal and HPM style wall plates.

The HNS630DT is designed for indoor use. It is not rated for outdoor installation. NOT SUITABLE FOR FANS AND MOTORS.

Operating Conditions

  • Operating Voltage: 230-240Va.c. 50Hz
  • Operating Temperature: 0 to +50 degrees Celsius
  • Certified Standard: AS/NZS 60669.2.1, CISPR15
  • Maximum Load: 350W
  • Minimum Load: 1W
  • Maximum Current capacity: 1.5A

Note: Operation at temperature, voltage or load outside of the specifications may cause permanent damage to the unit.

The HNS630DT is to be installed as part of a fixed wire electrical installation. By law such installations must be made by an electrical contractor or similarly qualified person. No more than one dimmer can be connected to the same lamp.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Barcode 9318674109952
Weight (kg) 0.0400
Brand S-Click
Brand SKU HNS630D
Packaging Retail Box
Warranty 1 Year Warranty


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