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PCS 10K Load Resistor for LED Lighting

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SKU: PCILR10K
$18.95

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Solve LED Performance Issues

If your LED fixtures or bulbs have issues with turning off all the way or flickering at specific dim levels, use the PCS 10K Load Resistor for LED Lighting to solve this problem. The resistor wires in parallel with the LED load between the switch load wire (RED) and the neutral wire (WHITE). Because the resistor dissipates only 1.4W at 100 percent brightness, its heat generation is minimal enough that it can be placed directly behind a dimmer switch or right at the load/fixture.

  • Eliminates problems with LEDs flickering or not turning off
  • Dissipates only 1.4W at 100 percent brightness
  • At lower brightness levels, dissipates even less than 1.4W
  • Can install behind dimmer switch or at load

NOTE: Must be wired in parallel, not in series. Installation must be carried out by a qualified electrician only. The circuit breaker or WS1DL must be turned off during installation. Installation must be carried out in accordance with all applicable codes and requirements, including, but not limited to, the National Electrical Code (NEC).

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  • Manufacturer Part #: ILR-10K
  • Power: 120VAC
  • Resistance: 10K ohms
  • Dissipation: 1.4W at 100 percent brightness
  • Warranty: 5 Years

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It was easy to install in a standard electric box, behind the dimmer/switch