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400VA AC Light Dimmer [Project]
posted September 28 2013 11:18.55 by spic0m




This is a simple TRIAC AC load dimmer used to control the power of a resistive load such as incandescent lamp or heater element. The max load it can handle is 400VA. Such a circuit is often found on cheap commercial light dimmers and is prooven to work reliable for the rated power.

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