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LiteGear LiteDimmer Micro Single

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The LiteGear LiteDimmer Micro Single is our entry-level, handheld LED dimmer. As the most basic of LiteGear’s LiteDimmers, it is lightweight and travel-friendly, making it perfect for situations requiring small amounts of single-color LiteRibbon or simply for those on a budget. Its simple yet powerful approach to controlling brightness maintains LiteGear’s standard of performance and quality while allowing the kind of flexibility demanded from lighting professionals. For best results, use with LiteGear LEDs which incorporate current limiting. Additional devices may be required.

Key Features

  • LiteDimmer Micro Single is programmed with the ability to set an adjustable fade time when turning your LiteRibbon on and off.
  • “Aaaaand Action!” Cueing: After setting the fade time, this dimmer function allows for the LiteRibbon to be brought up on cue.
  • From STANDBY: When the cue is given, release the “Power” button, and the LiteRibbon will fade on (with the set fade time) to the desired brightness.
  • From ON: When the cue is given, release the “Power” button, and the LiteRibbon will fade off (with the set fade time).
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Product ConditonNew
SIZE 4 in. x 1.625 in. x 1.125 in.
WEIGHT0.146 lb, 2.336 oz, 66 g
INPUT 12/24V DC, (9-24V DC); input voltage must match load voltage requirements!
RATING 4 amps max. total
WATTAGE96 watts max. total at 12VDC; 192 watts max. total at 24VDC.
CONNECTORBarrel, 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm
OUTPUTDynaRythmic PWM; does not provide “current limiting.”
WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to
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