• Lutron Credenza C.L Plug-In Lamp Dimmer for dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, TTCL-100H-WH, White
  • Lutron Credenza C.L Plug-In Lamp Dimmer for dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, TTCL-100H-WH, White
Lutron Credenza C.L Plug-In Lamp Dimmer for dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, TTCL-100H-WH, White
Lutron Credenza C.L Plug-In Lamp Dimmer for dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, TTCL-100H-WH, White

Lutron Credenza C.L Plug-In Lamp Dimmer for dimmable LED, Halogen and Incandescent Bulbs, TTCL-100H-WH, White

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  • Provides the best dimming performance for dimmable LED bulbs (for list of approved LED bulbs, view Technical Specification" below)
  • Works with up to 100 Watts of dimmable LEDs or 300 Watts of Halogen or Incandescent Bulbs
  • Dims table and floor lamps to suit any activity
  • Easy slide operation allows you to adjust lights to desired level
  • Easy plug in installation; no wiring required

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I must have received a defective dimmer. I purchased the Lutron dimmer to use on a string of Edison style LED lights that are dimmable.I had several problems with this dimmer.1. When I plugged in the string, I immediately noticed that the entire string light intensity dropped, even with the dimmer slider set to full bright. Without a way to measure the light loss, I'd estimate about 30%.2. Using the dimmer slide on the unit, the dimming wasn't gradual, very noticeable and very choppy.3. The entire light string would turn off for a moment, then back on. This happened randomly throughout the entire evening. At first I thought it was the string lights, so I removed the dimmer for testing. As soon as I removed it, the lights became much brighter (with the dimmer slide set to full) and the blinking stopped for the rest of the night. I tried the dimmer the next evening, the problem started happening again. So I removed the dimmer and the problem stopped.The light string is in an enclosed lanai and not exposed to the weather. I have since tested another dimmer on the same string of lights and it is working as it should. Full light intensity and no on and off behavior.Amazon has a great return policy so I returned the dimmer. I'm sure I just got a defective dimmer since so many people have posted what a great device it is. 2The answer to those fragile three-way switches! This is fantastic! Three-way light switches have a short life-span, and before you know it, your lamp is blinking and flickering. Your choices until now are replace the lamp or replace the switch mechanism (doable but not exactly fun). Just bought a new three-way lamp to replace the last one that died, and its switch turned out to be damaged from the beginning. But... it was the last one in stock and we really wanted to keep it. By hooking it up to this device, we can not only dim the lamp more effectively than even a normally working switch would do, but we have eliminated the need to wrestle with a damaged switch (that would eventually end up breaking entirely). This inexpensive device saved an expensive lamp. 5Beware -- Problematic for Low Wattage Dimmable LEDs This unit is problematic for low wattage dimmable LED bulbs. Though it was recommended to work with the Hyperikon LED Outdoor Commercial String Lights,Hyperikon LED Outdoor Commercial String Lights, 48ft with 15 Dropped Sockets, 2W LED S14 LED Bulbs included - Weatherproof Vintage Edison Outdoor String Lights for Patio, Backyard, Wedding, it does nothing more than blink that set of lights on/off/on at about a 1Hz rate. Using another buyer's suggestion, I put one 40w candelabra style incandescent bulb in place of one of the LED bulbs. This little trick allows this Lutron dimmer to work in an almost acceptable manner, though it feels very strange to be wasting power heating up that incandescent bulb while the LED bulbs remain very cool. So, it seems the string of fifteen, 2w bulbs, for a total of 30w, is below the Lutron dimmer's operating threshold. 2Does not work on LED cafe string lights This dimmer does not work on LED cafe string lights (and the lights do say dimmable.) I have two 48ft strings put together, and even on the highest setting it is way too dim. Going down to the lowest setting hardly changes anything at all. I tried using it with an extension cord as well as plugging it directly into an outlet. I purchased this one specifically because it was mentioned on the string light page as "frequently purchased together." I tried it on a lamp and it worked perfectly fine, so I guess it's just not compatible with these string lights. (Hyperikon LED Commercial String Lights) 1Great for LED strings if you use 1 trick. At first, I used this with 2 strings of outdoor LED lights. 30 light of 2W each. At high power it was 1/2 bright. Over 10% of the slider travel it went down to almost no light with the rest majority of the slider doing nothing. And it flickered. I replaced one LED bulb with a 60W incandescent size A15 bulb with an E26 base. Now it is perfect! Full brightness and linear dimming down to almost off. An A15 bulb is pretty much the same size. A 60 watt bulb seems about the same brightness as the 2W LED in this application. Very happy with it except the incadescent bulb required to make it work right almost doubles the power draw of the whole setup. No biggle though. 4Great dimmer for the Brightech Pro LED commercial grade outdoor lights. Works perfectly with the Brightech Ambience Pro LED Weatherproof Outdoor Commercial Grade Lights 48-Foot Strand. The dimmer allows the LEDs to be dimmed from very low to full brightness without flickering and with very fine adjustments. The dimmer also has an off position when you dim it down as far as it will go. The off position has discernible resistance So it helps prevent accidentally turning it to the off position. For best performance, plug the dimmer in between the lights and any extension cord you may use, not between the wall outlet and the extension cord. 5Like others here Like others here, I was ready to throw this in the trash with zero stars because it did not work with a 12-led light string. I had bought all replacement dimmable bulbs, and was really irritated to find it would still only power the string at maybe 20% illumination max, no matter high or low setting. Then, bingo, another commenter suggested replacing one of the led bulbs with a standard incandescent bulb. In my case, a 40W bug lite. Evidently the dimmer needs a threshold current draw to work properly: my 12x2W LED string wasn't enough, but 24+40W was. 3Did not work with Edison style patio lights I purchased this to work with Brightech LED Edison Style lights. Brightech Ambience Pro LED Waterproof Outdoor String Lights - Heavy Duty, Hanging Vintage Edison Bulbs - Dimmable 2W, 24 Ft Patio Lighting Cafe Bistro Market Commercial Grade StrandAmazon recommended this as something bought with that product, but it didn't work. It appears the dimmer can't run the bulbs even though they say they're dimmable. I was a little surprised because I've only used Lutron products in my home, and their in-wall dimmers are great. But in this case, it doesn't work. I'm sure I'll find another use for it, but it didn't work as intended. 2Excellent for dimming LED bulbs (those that are advertised as dimmable) Product came fully functional and clean.I purchased this because I wanted an dimmable desk lamp that was energy efficient. Based on other reviews, it seemed that dimmable CCFL (fluorescent) bulbs could sometimes buzz or flicker, so LED seemed the way to go even though it may be a bit more expensive. I paired this device with a cheap desk lamp and a Cree dimmable bulb. The Lutron dimmer works very well without making noise or causing flickering (although this may also be caused by your bulb. The light couldn't go as dim as I liked, but was still pretty good. I would say about 25-35% of full brightness.I also happened to measure voltage out of the device if anyone cares. My utility voltage is 118V. At max brightness the dimmer outputted 105V and at minimum brightness it outputted 15V (AC of course).I would purchase this device again if I ever needed another one.Update: After taking a close listen, the device does cause a slight buzz regardless of whether it's dimmed on not when on the device. The buzz is not there when connecting the lamp directly to the wall socket. However, it is pretty faint. I could only hear it when the room is quiet and I am directly in front of the bulb (within a 1-2 feet).I measured wattage using the P3 Kill-a-watt. For my 9watt Cree bulb, at full dim it measured 2 watts. 5How well it works depends on your bulb I was hesitant to order this product given the very mixed reviews, but I wanted a dimmer on my bedroom lamp enough to take the risk.The dimmer itself is fine. It works as advertised. But how well it works depends which bulb you are dimming with it. This dimmer was bought specifically to dim the lamp on my bedside table, which currently has an LED installed.I tried the dimmer with a CFL bulb installed in the lamp, and it caused the bulb to hum or buzz. Yuck. But I'm getting rid of my CFLs anyway.I've been on something of an LED adventure recently. LED is finally coming around, but there's still a lot of variation in the quality of the bulbs. First I tried this dimmer with a couple of those Cree LEDs you can find at Home Depot (they are listed as dimmable). The bulbs hummed when dimmed, and as others have said the dimming range was narrow. You could only dim to about 50% of full output. This was a lousy result and I was about to send the dimmer back to Amazon, but I did some research on Google and it turns out not all LEDs are created equal.To elaborate on the hum, it's a subtle electrical hum emanating from the bulb itself (not the dimmer). I hate noise. I think electrical hums are one of the great nuisances of modern life. We're all accustomed to light fixtures humming or buzzing in the workplace and school, like those ghastly, ubiquitous fluorescent ceiling panels - but when I'm at home I like to have peace and quiet.Next, I bought a Philips LED through Amazon and installed it in the same lamp, with the dimmer. I bought the new bulb specifically because the reviews say it doesn't buzz. Well, the bulb does buzz, but you can only hear it if you put your ear about 4 inches from the bulb. From a foot away or more, it's effectively silent. I'm not sure why this is, but it's good enough for me. The Philips bulb also dims much lower than the Crees; thus, dimming it actually worth the trouble.So, ultimately, this dimmer is good. Just make sure the bulb you're using is up to the task. 4
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I must have received a defective dimmer. I purchased the Lutron dimmer to use on a string of Edison style LED lights that are dimmable.I had several problems with this dimmer.1. When I plugged in the string, I immediately noticed that the entire string light intensity dropped, even with the dimmer slider set to full bright. Without a way to measure the light loss, I'd estimate about 30%.2. Using the dimmer slide on the unit, the dimming wasn't gradual, very noticeable and very choppy.3. The entire light string would turn off for a moment, then back on. This happened randomly throughout the entire evening. At first I thought it was the string lights, so I removed the dimmer for testing. As soon as I removed it, the lights became much brighter (with the dimmer slide set to full) and the blinking stopped for the rest of the night. I tried the dimmer the next evening, the problem started happening again. So I removed the dimmer and the problem stopped.The light string is in an enclosed lanai and not exposed to the weather. I have since tested another dimmer on the same string of lights and it is working as it should. Full light intensity and no on and off behavior.Amazon has a great return policy so I returned the dimmer. I'm sure I just got a defective dimmer since so many people have posted what a great device it is. 2The answer to those fragile three-way switches! This is fantastic! Three-way light switches have a short life-span, and before you know it, your lamp is blinking and flickering. Your choices until now are replace the lamp or replace the switch mechanism (doable but not exactly fun). Just bought a new three-way lamp to replace the last one that died, and its switch turned out to be damaged from the beginning. But... it was the last one in stock and we really wanted to keep it. By hooking it up to this device, we can not only dim the lamp more effectively than even a normally working switch would do, but we have eliminated the need to wrestle with a damaged switch (that would eventually end up breaking entirely). This inexpensive device saved an expensive lamp. 5Beware -- Problematic for Low Wattage Dimmable LEDs This unit is problematic for low wattage dimmable LED bulbs. Though it was recommended to work with the Hyperikon LED Outdoor Commercial String Lights,Hyperikon LED Outdoor Commercial String Lights, 48ft with 15 Dropped Sockets, 2W LED S14 LED Bulbs included - Weatherproof Vintage Edison Outdoor String Lights for Patio, Backyard, Wedding, it does nothing more than blink that set of lights on/off/on at about a 1Hz rate. Using another buyer's suggestion, I put one 40w candelabra style incandescent bulb in place of one of the LED bulbs. This little trick allows this Lutron dimmer to work in an almost acceptable manner, though it feels very strange to be wasting power heating up that incandescent bulb while the LED bulbs remain very cool. So, it seems the string of fifteen, 2w bulbs, for a total of 30w, is below the Lutron dimmer's operating threshold. 2Does not work on LED cafe string lights This dimmer does not work on LED cafe string lights (and the lights do say dimmable.) I have two 48ft strings put together, and even on the highest setting it is way too dim. Going down to the lowest setting hardly changes anything at all. I tried using it with an extension cord as well as plugging it directly into an outlet. I purchased this one specifically because it was mentioned on the string light page as "frequently purchased together." I tried it on a lamp and it worked perfectly fine, so I guess it's just not compatible with these string lights. (Hyperikon LED Commercial String Lights) 1Great for LED strings if you use 1 trick. At first, I used this with 2 strings of outdoor LED lights. 30 light of 2W each. At high power it was 1/2 bright. Over 10% of the slider travel it went down to almost no light with the rest majority of the slider doing nothing. And it flickered. I replaced one LED bulb with a 60W incandescent size A15 bulb with an E26 base. Now it is perfect! Full brightness and linear dimming down to almost off. An A15 bulb is pretty much the same size. A 60 watt bulb seems about the same brightness as the 2W LED in this application. Very happy with it except the incadescent bulb required to make it work right almost doubles the power draw of the whole setup. No biggle though. 4Great dimmer for the Brightech Pro LED commercial grade outdoor lights. Works perfectly with the Brightech Ambience Pro LED Weatherproof Outdoor Commercial Grade Lights 48-Foot Strand. The dimmer allows the LEDs to be dimmed from very low to full brightness without flickering and with very fine adjustments. The dimmer also has an off position when you dim it down as far as it will go. The off position has discernible resistance So it helps prevent accidentally turning it to the off position. For best performance, plug the dimmer in between the lights and any extension cord you may use, not between the wall outlet and the extension cord. 5Like others here Like others here, I was ready to throw this in the trash with zero stars because it did not work with a 12-led light string. I had bought all replacement dimmable bulbs, and was really irritated to find it would still only power the string at maybe 20% illumination max, no matter high or low setting. Then, bingo, another commenter suggested replacing one of the led bulbs with a standard incandescent bulb. In my case, a 40W bug lite. Evidently the dimmer needs a threshold current draw to work properly: my 12x2W LED string wasn't enough, but 24+40W was. 3Did not work with Edison style patio lights I purchased this to work with Brightech LED Edison Style lights. Brightech Ambience Pro LED Waterproof Outdoor String Lights - Heavy Duty, Hanging Vintage Edison Bulbs - Dimmable 2W, 24 Ft Patio Lighting Cafe Bistro Market Commercial Grade StrandAmazon recommended this as something bought with that product, but it didn't work. It appears the dimmer can't run the bulbs even though they say they're dimmable. I was a little surprised because I've only used Lutron products in my home, and their in-wall dimmers are great. But in this case, it doesn't work. I'm sure I'll find another use for it, but it didn't work as intended. 2Excellent for dimming LED bulbs (those that are advertised as dimmable) Product came fully functional and clean.I purchased this because I wanted an dimmable desk lamp that was energy efficient. Based on other reviews, it seemed that dimmable CCFL (fluorescent) bulbs could sometimes buzz or flicker, so LED seemed the way to go even though it may be a bit more expensive. I paired this device with a cheap desk lamp and a Cree dimmable bulb. The Lutron dimmer works very well without making noise or causing flickering (although this may also be caused by your bulb. The light couldn't go as dim as I liked, but was still pretty good. I would say about 25-35% of full brightness.I also happened to measure voltage out of the device if anyone cares. My utility voltage is 118V. At max brightness the dimmer outputted 105V and at minimum brightness it outputted 15V (AC of course).I would purchase this device again if I ever needed another one.Update: After taking a close listen, the device does cause a slight buzz regardless of whether it's dimmed on not when on the device. The buzz is not there when connecting the lamp directly to the wall socket. However, it is pretty faint. I could only hear it when the room is quiet and I am directly in front of the bulb (within a 1-2 feet).I measured wattage using the P3 Kill-a-watt. For my 9watt Cree bulb, at full dim it measured 2 watts. 5How well it works depends on your bulb I was hesitant to order this product given the very mixed reviews, but I wanted a dimmer on my bedroom lamp enough to take the risk.The dimmer itself is fine. It works as advertised. But how well it works depends which bulb you are dimming with it. This dimmer was bought specifically to dim the lamp on my bedside table, which currently has an LED installed.I tried the dimmer with a CFL bulb installed in the lamp, and it caused the bulb to hum or buzz. Yuck. But I'm getting rid of my CFLs anyway.I've been on something of an LED adventure recently. LED is finally coming around, but there's still a lot of variation in the quality of the bulbs. First I tried this dimmer with a couple of those Cree LEDs you can find at Home Depot (they are listed as dimmable). The bulbs hummed when dimmed, and as others have said the dimming range was narrow. You could only dim to about 50% of full output. This was a lousy result and I was about to send the dimmer back to Amazon, but I did some research on Google and it turns out not all LEDs are created equal.To elaborate on the hum, it's a subtle electrical hum emanating from the bulb itself (not the dimmer). I hate noise. I think electrical hums are one of the great nuisances of modern life. We're all accustomed to light fixtures humming or buzzing in the workplace and school, like those ghastly, ubiquitous fluorescent ceiling panels - but when I'm at home I like to have peace and quiet.Next, I bought a Philips LED through Amazon and installed it in the same lamp, with the dimmer. I bought the new bulb specifically because the reviews say it doesn't buzz. Well, the bulb does buzz, but you can only hear it if you put your ear about 4 inches from the bulb. From a foot away or more, it's effectively silent. I'm not sure why this is, but it's good enough for me. The Philips bulb also dims much lower than the Crees; thus, dimming it actually worth the trouble.So, ultimately, this dimmer is good. Just make sure the bulb you're using is up to the task. 4
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