LL-101

i2Systems LightLink Marine Dimming Module

i2Systems LightLink Marine Dimming Module

Description

The i2Systems LightLink Marine Dimming Module features a continuous dimming cycle as long as the switch is engaged.

Features

  • Compatible with i2Systems Apeiron, Ember and Profile lights
  • Dimming control via a momentary switch or contact
  • Small size, encapsulated, fits into most switch boxes
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$122.00
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Operation is simple! Press and hold the momentary switch to initiate dimming cycle. Dimming cycle continues to dim as long as switch is engaged, ranging from 100% to approximately 5% intensity holding 2 seconds at each position before dimming the opposite direction. Briefly press and release momentary switch for on/off operation.

Specifications:

  • Input Voltage: 6-36 Volt DC
  • Dimensions: Width: 1.5" x Height: 0.5" x Depth: 1.0"


Features:

  • Compatible with i2Systems Apeiron, Ember and Profile lights
  • Dimming control via a momentary switch or contact
  • Small size, encapsulated, fits into most switch boxes


The LL-101 means that no matter what level you have the lights at when you turn them off, they will resume at full brightness when turned back on.

The LightLink LL-101 is capable of dimming and controlling up to
(20) i2Systems Fixtures, including:

  • Apeiron A1110
  • Apeiron A2162
  • Ember E1150
  • Profile P1100


(20') i2Systems

  • S-Line S1200
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
i2Systems LightLink Marine Dimming Module LL-101 LightLink marine dimming module for Apeiron, Ember, and Profile lights
$122.00
In Stock

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