- Controls two 12.5A circuits
- Equipped with spade lug terminals
- Solderless crimp spade connectors and reference panel label included
- Simple installation process equipped for a multitude of applications
- Solid-state device with efficient, compact design
- Fully self-contained with no separate control modules
- No requirement for heat sinks due to negligible heat production
- Controls standard incandescent, halogen, high-intensity LED lights, pre-inverter electroluminescent strips, pre-inverter UMA lighting, Nulites, and cabin glare shield LED strips
- FAA, STC, and PMA approved, RTCA/DO-160E Qualified
MaxDim Duo Dimmer Control Unit | 12-35V, 12.5A, Spade Terminals
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The MaxDim control unit is the perfect option for controlling lighting and instrument panels in new or existing aircraft. This fully self-contained controller works with incandescent and LED lights, pre-inverter electroluminescent strips, Nulite systems, and more without the need for separate control modules. At less than an ounce the device is very light and produces a negligible amount of heat so that heavy heat sinks are not needed.
Model 9100-001-C uses spade connectors with 12.5A max current per circuit.
Panel label 1.63 x 1.63 in.
Control unit: 1.25 in. diameter
150 Watts @12 VDC
300 Watts @ 24 VDC
430 Watts @ 35 VDC
12 to 35 VDC
0 to 12/35 VDC
0 to12.5 A
-30°C to +65°C
FAA PMA STC SA01800SE
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