Touch LED Dimmer - Adjustable Brightness Controller for LEDs
There's no moving parts, so there's nothing to break or wear out over time.
It only takes a light tap to turn it on, and another light tap to turn it off.
And hold your finger to it to smoothly cycle through the brightness levels.
Once you find the perfect brightness to suit your mood, just remove your finger, and your LEDs will stay glowing at that brightness.
It has memory! So even if you remove power to the unit, it will remember the last brightness level. When you turn it back on, it will go straight to the last brightness level. When power is removed, the LEDs will obviously turn off. The when power is re-applied, you must tap the Touch LED Dimmer once to turn the LEDs back on.
Comes pre-wired with two common AC adapter plugs (barrel connector type). But if you don't want to use those, its very easy to just snip off the connectors, strip the wires back, and hook them up directly to your 12v power source / LEDs.
Max current? 3 amps at 12 volts.
Touch LED Dimmer Technical InfoMaximum current / power:
36W / 3 amps @ 12V input
72W / 3 amps @ 24V input
1) ON/OFF function:
Touch the switch and then release
2) Dimmer Function:
Touch the switch and hold. Brightness will be either Min-to-Max or Max-to-Min
If you don't want to use plug, you can cut them off and then connect the red-black wires like below:
Customer questions & answers
Apple's Sleek Look, Oznium's Awesome Product
Jordan Moddes from Kenosha, WI
Well, this touch dimmer looks like a few apple products and it's okay, I hate apple too, but the look is nice.
The dimmer works awesomely ONLY if you touch it with literally a finger. yes, this means if you hold it in your hand and try to do stuff, nothing will happen; why? "the entire case is touchable/conductive" - really smart guy.
Overall really cool and neat and INCREDIBLY small where you can mount literally anywhere. Only opportunity, wish it came with the plugs that go with the controller, but that's when you get creative and just cut those plugs off ;) Great Job Oz and Team and hope to see more cool things!