Incandescent Dimmers

Incand. Dimmers

Incandescent Dimmers

Light dimmers cause incandescent lights to dim or brighten depending on the adjustment. Normal household current is 120 volts at 60 hertz alternating current. This means that the current changes direction within the circuit 60 times per second. The dimmer uses the alternating aspect of the current to reduce the current to the bulb without reducing the voltage. The dimmer only works with incandescent lights and will not work with fluorescent or other forms of light bulbs.

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