In-LineLinc Dimmer - INSTEON 2475D Remote Control In-Line Dimmer

The Most Advanced Remote-Controllable In-Line Dimmer


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    Manufacturer Product No.:2475D, INSTEON In-LineLinc Dimmer
    Patent No.:U.S. Patent No. 7,345,998, International patents pending
    Warranty:2 years, limited
    On-Levels:32 locally, increments of 1% with software
    Ramp Rates (full-ON to full-OFF):0.1 to 9 seconds if programmed locally, 0.1 seconds to 8 minutes if programmed remotely
    LED Indicator:Off when load is on and vice versa
    Operation Modes:INSTEON only, X10 only, INSTEON and X10 Combo Mode
    Combo Mode Message Order:INSTEON, INSTEON cleanup, X10
    Multi-Way Circuit Support:Yes, as a receiver only that controls a load
    Setup Memory:Non-volatile EEPROM
    INSTEON Features
    INSTEON Addresses:1 hard-coded out of 16,777,216 possible
    INSTEON Links:417
    INSTEON Powerline Frequency:131.65 KHz
    INSTEON Minimum Transmit Level:3.2 Vpp into 5 Ohms
    INSTEON Minimum Receive Level:10 mV
    INSTEON Messages Repeated: Yes
    Ramp Rates (full-ON to full-OFF):0.125 to 9 seconds if programmed locally, 0.125 seconds to 8 minutes if programmed remotely 
    Wire Nuts:4 included
    Mounting:Mounts in single-ganged junction box or light fixture such as a recessed can light.
    Operating Conditions:Indoors, 32 to 104°F, up to 85% relative humidity
    Dimensions:2.75" H x 1.75" W x 0.88" D (2.75" H without screw tabs)
    Weight:3.6 oz
    Supply Voltage: 120 Volts AC +/- 10%, 60 Hertz, single phase
    Power Wire Leads:6", 16 AWG, stranded,600V, 105°C insulation, ends stripped and tinned, LINE (black), LOAD (red), NEUTRAL (white)
    Ground Lead:6", 18 AWG, stranded, bare copper
    Load Types:Wired-in incandescent lighting devices
    Maximum Amps:2.5 amps
    Maximum Load:400 Watts
    Power Consumption:0.78 Watts
    Certification:Safety tested for use in USA and Canada (ETL)
    X10 Features
    X10 Primary Address:1 optional (comes unassigned)
    X10 Status Response:Supported
    X10 Resume Dim:Supported (by setting Local On-Level to zero)
    X10 Powerline Frequency:120 KHz
    X10 Minimum Transmit Level:3.2 Vpp into 5 Ohms
    X10 Minimum Receive Level:20mV into 5 Ohms
    X10 Messages Repeated:No

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    Review of 2475d Review by Tony Bryhan
    Review of 2475d

    After years of using X10 I decided to try the 2475D Dimmer Remote module since the Leviton 6376 was discontinued. I used it in conjunction with a 2476D Wall switch. This system is not reliable because of susceptibility to noise. I spoke to a Tech Rep. and purchased a new 2475D. It too would loose command of the light I was trying to control when items were plugged in on the same circuit, e.g., the charger for my MacBook Pro laptop. The lack of control was random. Many days I could use the computer but on some days I'd go to turn on or off the light and the LED's on the 2476D would rise and fall indicating a signal was being sent, but the 2475D would not respond. I'd have to flip the circuit breaker to go to bed. I was told I could purchase an in-line filter but with 4 outlets on the same circuit, having to plug in an additional-cost device seemed testimony that design of the 2475D was inadequate. I have an old Leviton system in another circuit and it has never had similar RF/EMI problems. I hated to admit defeat but the Tech Rep. said the interference was normal. I threw this system away and purchased a new controller/dimmer from Watt Stopper,

    Posted on 5/20/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by FROMM ELECTRIC
    Review of 2475d

    Product worked Great

    Posted on 5/20/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by JEFFREY
    Review of 2475d

    Solved the no common wire problem for this one location.

    Posted on 5/18/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by JAMES
    Review of 2475d

    First time using the in-line dimmer with the switchlinc dimmer. They both worked great together.
    I had 3 can lights in a bed room sofit, the homeowner wanted to add a a ceiling fan but there was no way to get a wire to where the other switches were or even to supply power to the fan. I could not get down the wall. But I could get to the sofit where the cans were. So I made the switch leg going to the first can hot all the time, to get consistent power to the fan. and installed the IN-linelinc at the can. Then Linked the dimmer with the in-linelinc and had a remote for the fan.

    Posted on 5/11/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by STEPHEN
    Review of 2475d

    Good product, since is often not accesible when installed makes programming difficult

    Posted on 4/21/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by JOSEPH
    Review of 2475d

    the X-10 mode for dimming is poor on these
    I bought some of the obsolete X-10 units on eBay and they work a lot better and the old X-10 dimmer modules also work with the led dimmables.

    Posted on 3/23/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by CLAUDIO
    Review of 2475d

    Easy to setup. Great product!!

    Posted on 3/22/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by MATT G
    Review of 2475d

    small enough for my light boxes, and works as advertised!

    Posted on 3/10/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by HERB
    Review of 2475d

    Used RemoteLinc remote, In-LineLinc Dimmers, and Access Point Phase Coupler to set up low voltage art lighting for automatic on/off/dimming and it works FANTASTIC! Easy, easy to set up and works like a charm! Great products!

    Posted on 3/6/2012

    Review of 2475d Review by GREG
    Review of 2475d

    I've had several of these installed for some time and they seem pretty stable compared to other Insteon models.

    Posted on 2/24/2012

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