• Lutron Toggler Led+ Dimmer Switch | 150 Watt, Single Pole/3 Way | Tgcl 153 Ph Iv | Ivory
  • Lutron Toggler Led+ Dimmer Switch | 150 Watt, Single Pole/3 Way | Tgcl 153 Ph Iv | Ivory
Lutron Toggler Led+ Dimmer Switch | 150 Watt, Single Pole/3 Way | Tgcl 153 Ph Iv | Ivory
Lutron Toggler Led+ Dimmer Switch | 150 Watt, Single Pole/3 Way | Tgcl 153 Ph Iv | Ivory

Lutron Toggler Led+ Dimmer Switch | 150 Watt, Single Pole/3 Way | Tgcl 153 Ph Iv | Ivory

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  • Tested on 1,000s of bulbs and dozens of brands for flicker-free dimming. For list of recommended bulbs view Technical Specification
  • Provides over 250 lighting levels so you can create the perfect light for any activity
  • Works with up to 150 Watts of dimmable LED/CFL bulbs or 600 Watts of Incandescent/Halogen bulbs
  • Lutron patented technology to optimize the dim range of your bulb and prevent interference with other dimmers in the home
  • Can be used in single-pole or 3-Way applications, where lights are controlled from one or two locations
  • Toggle switch turns lights on/off to favorite light level. Small slider dims and brightens the lights
  • Installs in as little as 15 minutes in homes of all ages - NO NEUTRAL REQUIRED
  • Includes (1) Toggler C.L Dimmer Switch; coordinating wallplate sold separately

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I like the adjustability There are two problems with dimming LEDs. One is that many of the cheap LEDS that say they are dimmable are not. There is nothing any dimmer can do about this. You may get partial dimming or none, it's a toss up. For example I bought 2 flood lights at Walmart that worked perfectly well with my old dimmer. Four months later, I went back and bought some more and they would not dim more than about 30%. It turned out that Walmart had changed their supplier and the bulbs were different.At first I thought I needed a better dimmer (one that was specifically listed for LED use), so I bought this one. It made no difference. Then I got a different brand of light and all was well.The advantage of LED specific dimmers like the 153Ph is that there is a settable sensitivity dial inside. With most dimmers, LEDS are hard to adjust because after you go half way down the dimming, the lights are totally off. This makes getting the exact amount of light you want very tricky. On the 153PH you can adjust the lowest dim position to give you just a small glow and the high position will still have the full brightness. Thus, you have the full range of brightness at your fingertips. 5Controls fit through standard switchplate (switch) opening, but note ... Controls fit through standard switchplate (switch) opening, but note the volume of the electronics behind the cover is wider than a regular on/off switch. One will fit into a standard switch box, but if you have a double switchplate and want to use two of these you may find it is hard to get the two switches to fit through the openings. 5... wanted the dimming ones cause hey it adds a nice bit of atmosphere So I decided to go ahead an invest in LED bulbs for my living room and wanted the dimming ones cause hey it adds a nice bit of atmosphere. Now I install them and realize that the old dimmers I have installed in my house just did not do that good of a job with my new LED's. They would cause flickering and just would not have a large dimming range. So I found lutron and bought this one since the design was replacing an old one and I did not want to deviate and buy a new face-plate for three switches. After install and turning that black dial I like how I can dim the lights to almost as bright as a small candle to then have it as bright as a possible. The install was quick, you twist the included green wire to the ground and you can either shove in the hot and neutral to the switch or you can connect to the little legs they have. I would suggest this product to anyone that may not know how old their dimmer is and is upgrading their lights to LED's that dim. Now you can get whatever toggle you want but just a dimmer switch that works with LED's. 4Easy fix for LED flicker and hum Worked perfectly! I am slowly replacing the incandescent bulbs in our home with LED bulbs as they burn out. In one room, once I had converted to all LEDs, I noticed an annoying hum and flicker when the lights were dim. I read this and learned it was due to the older dimmer switches not being compatible with the low wattage LED bulbs (by the way - the thrifty trick to fix this is to keep one incandescent bulb in the circuit).I bought my LEDs on Amazon (Vivid Lighting, 9.5W, 800 lumen, 2700K) and while Lutron keeps a list of compatible bulbs, this was not on it. Nevertheless, I thought I'd give it a try. Wiring was easy (3 wires total) but be sure to follow manufacturer directions so you don't electrocute yourself. Pleased to report it works fine.As my other rooms hit "critical mass" and the last incandescent bulbs burn out, I suspect I'll see the flicker and hear the hum in those rooms as well. So it's good to know I can easily install these to fix the problem. 5Very happy. These dimmers work great on LED ceiling fixtures. I would estimate at least an 80% drop in light output at full dim. Also has an adjustment on the front panel to fine to the minimum maximum dim. I have installed three of these with no issues on any. Nice that they did not require changing my switch plates. I prefer the old fashion toggle switch type/ All around good product, for a lot less than similar models. Installation is easy enough. 5This product worked perfectly for my LEDs I have 6 kitchen flood lights which I had replaced with LED bulbs. I found that the Lutron TGCL-153P-WH-3 will work perfectly IF you read the directions first and follow them. I did not. I simply removed the old switch and reconnected the wires to the same exact spots on the new switch as where they had been connected on my old switch. And that did not work out too well. So then I read the directions. Turns out that my old switch only had 3 locations to connect the wires but the new Lutron had 4 locations. So reconnecting the wires to the same locations as they were on my old switch was incorrect. The Lutron switch required that the "hot" current wire be connected on the opposite side of the switch as described in the directions. So, once I removed the hot wire from where I had initially connected it, and then when I connected it to the location described in the directions, then the switch and lights worked perfectly! The lights are able to be dimmed gradually all the way down to very low. (The brand of LED bulbs is Kichler from Lowes and they replaced my 65W bulbs) 5It depends. How well this dimmer works will depend on a few things. First know that there are two versions of this dimmer: Revision 1 and Revision 2. Rev 1 had a white trim wheel that looked like a sprocket. It also had a ground screw. Rev 2 has a black trim lever that goes left/right and a ground wire (instead of a screw). Rev 2 also is heavier than Rev 1 due to higher grade capacitors.Rev 1 was a decent dimmer but it did not tend to last in a CFL/LED environment. The LED lights in my application began to flicker with the Rev 1 after 9 months. I have a house full of Cree LR6 DR-1000s. Even turning the trim wheel all the way up did not prevent flickering with the use of dimming. The switch only became functional at full power on/off. With any use of dimming, there was flickering after 9 months. I then went to a local hardware store and bought the same model dimmer. This is when I realized there were design changes and usability changes (detailed below). I confirmed all of this with Lutron 1.800.523.9466.Rev 2 is an improved design with higher quality capacitors. The dimming function is improved compared with Rev 1. I was probably able to dim to an apparent light output of 60% with Rev 1. Rev 2 dims lower (maybe 40%-50% apparent light output). There is one problem though. There is about a 1/2 second delay of the lights turning on when the switch is thrown. I called Lutron because I thought something was wrong with the dimmer. The delay is a known issue with this Rev 2 design. I was told by Lutron that it is a byproduct of making the dimmer more compatible with the various LEDs and CFLs. I was also told by Lutron that the delay will also be there if you use it on incandescent bulbs. All the newer mechanical LED/CFL dimmers will have this delay issue. The digital LED/CFL dimmers like the Maestro MRF2-6ND will not have a delay issue.I miss the instant-on experience with Rev 1. However, if Rev 2 lasts longer it may be worth it if I can get used to the delay. I'm going to try it for a few weeks and see.Other than that, just know that LEDs do not dim nearly as much as incandescent bulbs. Depending on the observer a stated "25% dimming level" on the packaging of the LED bulb or fixture will appear much brighter than expected. Apparent light levels may be closer to 50% in some applications, even though actual light output by a meter may be closer to 25%.One other fact that I thought was interesting is that Lutron makes the same product for different retailers with different model numbers. For example, this dimmer is the same as the Ariadni AYCL-153P.UPDATE at 3 months (December 12, 2013):I am still using the dimmer and it is performing well. I did adjust to the approx 1/2 second delay and decided to keep the dimmer. In the interim, I did get the much more expensive digital Lutron dimmer for another application where I wanted a remote (66011WH Lutron MRF2-6ND-120-WH Maestro Magnetic Low Voltage Dimmer with Radio Frequency Receiver - White). As Lutron customer service stated, there is no delay with the digital dimmer. While I like the instant-on function, the sub-second delay with this product is not a deal-breaker in my opinion. 3Great idea, but has a temperamental dimmer. These dimmers are a bit temperamental, as my family is learning. I originally installed them to help reduce light in certain parts of the home to help our baby sleep. Because sometimes even bright hallway lights leak through a closed doorframe that might wake the baby. So less light at times is good, hence a dimmer.That being said, this is my third dimmer unit from Lutron and two of the three malfunction around the dimmer s 100% area. When turning on a light while the dimmer is at full brightness/100%, the bulbs (both incandescent and qualifying LED) shine at approximately 15-20% brightness. From there, dropping the dimmer to about 90% then back to 100% fixes the issue for the lighting session. But as soon as you toggle the switch to off then back on, back to 20%. Very strange.I ll probably try another brand next time. 2Looks like the issues were fixed I bought one of these from my local big box hardware store and I don't know what Revision it is but it works great and I didn't have any of the issues as the other reviewers described. I'm using the switch to dim two Cree 100w equivalent bulbs. It's about as instant on and instant off as you can get with LED bulbs. When you dim the the lights and shut off the switch if you leave the light off for a few mins there is a delay when turning the lights back on. For example, if I dim the lights half way then turn off the switch. I leave my house to go grab some coffee, when I come back and flip the switch there is a 1-2 second delay before the lights turn on. If you want them to turn on instantly always shut the switch off with the dimmer all the way up (full brightness) or I think you can turn the slider up all the way before turning it on. There is only a delay if you've been away for a while, if you leave the area and maybe go to the bathroom or the kitchen for a snack and come back you won't have the delay. Again, the delay does not happen if you are at full brightness. Also the dimmer has an adjustment that lets you set how low the lowest dim point is. It's a rubber piece on the front of the switch that you move toward + or - to adjust it.Basically with your dimmer adjustment set to + all the way you get your full 110volts when your dimmer slider is all the way up and 35volts when it's all the way down.When you have it set all the way to - (minus) it is still 110volts when the slider is all the way up and 6.5 volts when it's all the way down. 5Amazing service, they stand behind their products. This switch is awesome. I have it configured in a 3-way circuit with LED lights for my vanity. It was easy to install with really clear instructions. Surprisingly, after about a year and a half the switch failed on me. I was passed the warranty, but I called tech support anyway. They did a little troubleshooting with me, and are sending me a new one free of charge. I don't write many reviews but their service, and the fact that they stand behind their products, made me want to sing their praises. I have used several other switches from them, and never had any problems. I absolutely recommend this. 5
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I like the adjustability There are two problems with dimming LEDs. One is that many of the cheap LEDS that say they are dimmable are not. There is nothing any dimmer can do about this. You may get partial dimming or none, it's a toss up. For example I bought 2 flood lights at Walmart that worked perfectly well with my old dimmer. Four months later, I went back and bought some more and they would not dim more than about 30%. It turned out that Walmart had changed their supplier and the bulbs were different.At first I thought I needed a better dimmer (one that was specifically listed for LED use), so I bought this one. It made no difference. Then I got a different brand of light and all was well.The advantage of LED specific dimmers like the 153Ph is that there is a settable sensitivity dial inside. With most dimmers, LEDS are hard to adjust because after you go half way down the dimming, the lights are totally off. This makes getting the exact amount of light you want very tricky. On the 153PH you can adjust the lowest dim position to give you just a small glow and the high position will still have the full brightness. Thus, you have the full range of brightness at your fingertips. 5Controls fit through standard switchplate (switch) opening, but note ... Controls fit through standard switchplate (switch) opening, but note the volume of the electronics behind the cover is wider than a regular on/off switch. One will fit into a standard switch box, but if you have a double switchplate and want to use two of these you may find it is hard to get the two switches to fit through the openings. 5... wanted the dimming ones cause hey it adds a nice bit of atmosphere So I decided to go ahead an invest in LED bulbs for my living room and wanted the dimming ones cause hey it adds a nice bit of atmosphere. Now I install them and realize that the old dimmers I have installed in my house just did not do that good of a job with my new LED's. They would cause flickering and just would not have a large dimming range. So I found lutron and bought this one since the design was replacing an old one and I did not want to deviate and buy a new face-plate for three switches. After install and turning that black dial I like how I can dim the lights to almost as bright as a small candle to then have it as bright as a possible. The install was quick, you twist the included green wire to the ground and you can either shove in the hot and neutral to the switch or you can connect to the little legs they have. I would suggest this product to anyone that may not know how old their dimmer is and is upgrading their lights to LED's that dim. Now you can get whatever toggle you want but just a dimmer switch that works with LED's. 4Easy fix for LED flicker and hum Worked perfectly! I am slowly replacing the incandescent bulbs in our home with LED bulbs as they burn out. In one room, once I had converted to all LEDs, I noticed an annoying hum and flicker when the lights were dim. I read this and learned it was due to the older dimmer switches not being compatible with the low wattage LED bulbs (by the way - the thrifty trick to fix this is to keep one incandescent bulb in the circuit).I bought my LEDs on Amazon (Vivid Lighting, 9.5W, 800 lumen, 2700K) and while Lutron keeps a list of compatible bulbs, this was not on it. Nevertheless, I thought I'd give it a try. Wiring was easy (3 wires total) but be sure to follow manufacturer directions so you don't electrocute yourself. Pleased to report it works fine.As my other rooms hit "critical mass" and the last incandescent bulbs burn out, I suspect I'll see the flicker and hear the hum in those rooms as well. So it's good to know I can easily install these to fix the problem. 5Very happy. These dimmers work great on LED ceiling fixtures. I would estimate at least an 80% drop in light output at full dim. Also has an adjustment on the front panel to fine to the minimum maximum dim. I have installed three of these with no issues on any. Nice that they did not require changing my switch plates. I prefer the old fashion toggle switch type/ All around good product, for a lot less than similar models. Installation is easy enough. 5This product worked perfectly for my LEDs I have 6 kitchen flood lights which I had replaced with LED bulbs. I found that the Lutron TGCL-153P-WH-3 will work perfectly IF you read the directions first and follow them. I did not. I simply removed the old switch and reconnected the wires to the same exact spots on the new switch as where they had been connected on my old switch. And that did not work out too well. So then I read the directions. Turns out that my old switch only had 3 locations to connect the wires but the new Lutron had 4 locations. So reconnecting the wires to the same locations as they were on my old switch was incorrect. The Lutron switch required that the "hot" current wire be connected on the opposite side of the switch as described in the directions. So, once I removed the hot wire from where I had initially connected it, and then when I connected it to the location described in the directions, then the switch and lights worked perfectly! The lights are able to be dimmed gradually all the way down to very low. (The brand of LED bulbs is Kichler from Lowes and they replaced my 65W bulbs) 5It depends. How well this dimmer works will depend on a few things. First know that there are two versions of this dimmer: Revision 1 and Revision 2. Rev 1 had a white trim wheel that looked like a sprocket. It also had a ground screw. Rev 2 has a black trim lever that goes left/right and a ground wire (instead of a screw). Rev 2 also is heavier than Rev 1 due to higher grade capacitors.Rev 1 was a decent dimmer but it did not tend to last in a CFL/LED environment. The LED lights in my application began to flicker with the Rev 1 after 9 months. I have a house full of Cree LR6 DR-1000s. Even turning the trim wheel all the way up did not prevent flickering with the use of dimming. The switch only became functional at full power on/off. With any use of dimming, there was flickering after 9 months. I then went to a local hardware store and bought the same model dimmer. This is when I realized there were design changes and usability changes (detailed below). I confirmed all of this with Lutron 1.800.523.9466.Rev 2 is an improved design with higher quality capacitors. The dimming function is improved compared with Rev 1. I was probably able to dim to an apparent light output of 60% with Rev 1. Rev 2 dims lower (maybe 40%-50% apparent light output). There is one problem though. There is about a 1/2 second delay of the lights turning on when the switch is thrown. I called Lutron because I thought something was wrong with the dimmer. The delay is a known issue with this Rev 2 design. I was told by Lutron that it is a byproduct of making the dimmer more compatible with the various LEDs and CFLs. I was also told by Lutron that the delay will also be there if you use it on incandescent bulbs. All the newer mechanical LED/CFL dimmers will have this delay issue. The digital LED/CFL dimmers like the Maestro MRF2-6ND will not have a delay issue.I miss the instant-on experience with Rev 1. However, if Rev 2 lasts longer it may be worth it if I can get used to the delay. I'm going to try it for a few weeks and see.Other than that, just know that LEDs do not dim nearly as much as incandescent bulbs. Depending on the observer a stated "25% dimming level" on the packaging of the LED bulb or fixture will appear much brighter than expected. Apparent light levels may be closer to 50% in some applications, even though actual light output by a meter may be closer to 25%.One other fact that I thought was interesting is that Lutron makes the same product for different retailers with different model numbers. For example, this dimmer is the same as the Ariadni AYCL-153P.UPDATE at 3 months (December 12, 2013):I am still using the dimmer and it is performing well. I did adjust to the approx 1/2 second delay and decided to keep the dimmer. In the interim, I did get the much more expensive digital Lutron dimmer for another application where I wanted a remote (66011WH Lutron MRF2-6ND-120-WH Maestro Magnetic Low Voltage Dimmer with Radio Frequency Receiver - White). As Lutron customer service stated, there is no delay with the digital dimmer. While I like the instant-on function, the sub-second delay with this product is not a deal-breaker in my opinion. 3Great idea, but has a temperamental dimmer. These dimmers are a bit temperamental, as my family is learning. I originally installed them to help reduce light in certain parts of the home to help our baby sleep. Because sometimes even bright hallway lights leak through a closed doorframe that might wake the baby. So less light at times is good, hence a dimmer.That being said, this is my third dimmer unit from Lutron and two of the three malfunction around the dimmer s 100% area. When turning on a light while the dimmer is at full brightness/100%, the bulbs (both incandescent and qualifying LED) shine at approximately 15-20% brightness. From there, dropping the dimmer to about 90% then back to 100% fixes the issue for the lighting session. But as soon as you toggle the switch to off then back on, back to 20%. Very strange.I ll probably try another brand next time. 2Looks like the issues were fixed I bought one of these from my local big box hardware store and I don't know what Revision it is but it works great and I didn't have any of the issues as the other reviewers described. I'm using the switch to dim two Cree 100w equivalent bulbs. It's about as instant on and instant off as you can get with LED bulbs. When you dim the the lights and shut off the switch if you leave the light off for a few mins there is a delay when turning the lights back on. For example, if I dim the lights half way then turn off the switch. I leave my house to go grab some coffee, when I come back and flip the switch there is a 1-2 second delay before the lights turn on. If you want them to turn on instantly always shut the switch off with the dimmer all the way up (full brightness) or I think you can turn the slider up all the way before turning it on. There is only a delay if you've been away for a while, if you leave the area and maybe go to the bathroom or the kitchen for a snack and come back you won't have the delay. Again, the delay does not happen if you are at full brightness. Also the dimmer has an adjustment that lets you set how low the lowest dim point is. It's a rubber piece on the front of the switch that you move toward + or - to adjust it.Basically with your dimmer adjustment set to + all the way you get your full 110volts when your dimmer slider is all the way up and 35volts when it's all the way down.When you have it set all the way to - (minus) it is still 110volts when the slider is all the way up and 6.5 volts when it's all the way down. 5Amazing service, they stand behind their products. This switch is awesome. I have it configured in a 3-way circuit with LED lights for my vanity. It was easy to install with really clear instructions. Surprisingly, after about a year and a half the switch failed on me. I was passed the warranty, but I called tech support anyway. They did a little troubleshooting with me, and are sending me a new one free of charge. I don't write many reviews but their service, and the fact that they stand behind their products, made me want to sing their praises. I have used several other switches from them, and never had any problems. I absolutely recommend this. 5
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