HAI by Leviton Develops New CFL/LED Dimmer

600W dimmer now available across all HAI by Leviton sales channels

Melville, New York, August 21, 2012 - HAI by Leviton announced today the launch of its new Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) Dimmer. The device is UL listed for CFL and LED bulbs with the ability to control up to 600 Watts of incandescent or Halogen bulbs.


The 600W CFL/LED Dimmer - HAI by Leviton part number 35A00-1CFL - features a special dimming curve that is optimized for CFL and LED bulbs to provide smooth dimming throughout the entire range. The CFL/LED Dimmer also features a minimal brightness level to prevent the bulb from flickering and an auto-off feature, ideal for pantries, closets and other spaces where light is not always needed. A small LED on the switch will blink when the switch is timing out.

"The CFL/LED dimmer controls new high efficiency incandescent as well as dimmable CFL and LED bulbs, for scene setting, energy savings and security," said Jay McLellan, President of HAI by Leviton. "HAI by Leviton Lighting Control, utilizing the advanced Universal Powerline Bus Gen III technology, is a reliable and easy to install full featured communicating product line."

The 600W CFL/LED Dimmer is available in almond, light almond, black, brown, grey, ivory and white. Additionally, the CFL/LED Dimmer uses a standard Leviton Decora style wallplate for limitless d©cor options. The CFL/LED Dimmer is available in a case of 12 (HAI part number 35A00-1CFLCS).

The HAI by Leviton 600W CFL/LED Dimmer is now available across all sales channels. A high resolution photo of the CFL/LED Dimmer can be downloaded here:

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About HAI by Leviton

HAI by Leviton creates integrated automation and security solutions for residential and commercial use. As a leader in home automation, HAI by Leviton offers a complete line of award-winning automation products, connecting all devices - from programmable communicating thermostats, smart light switches and distributed audio systems to video surveillance equipment and access control products - through touchscreen interfaces with VoIP and software that allows access and control of an automation system over the Internet or a smart phone. Learn more at www.homeauto.com, http://www.facebook.com/homeautomationinc, http://www.twitter.com/homeauto or http://www.youtube.com/homeautomationinc.

About Leviton

Leviton is the smart choice, providing the most comprehensive range of solutions to meet the needs of today's residential, commercial and industrial buildings. Leveraging more than a century of experience, Leviton helps customers create sustainable, intelligent environments through its electrical wiring devices, network and data center connectivity solutions, and lighting energy management systems. From switches and receptacles, to daylight harvesting controls, networking systems, and equipment for charging electric vehicles, Leviton solutions help customers achieve savings in energy, time and cost, all while enhancing safety. For more information, visit www.leviton.com, http://www.facebook.com/leviton, http://twitter.com/leviton or http://www.youtube.com/Levitonmfg.

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