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Maxdim Mini Dual Dim Control Unit

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Part# 11-09752
MFR Model# 9100-001-F

Overview

Two Channel, complete, compact, light weight, powerful, solid state dimmer. 5 to 35 VDC, 0-5 A per channel, control over 175 watts per channel in a .85 inch square by 3" package.

Applications and features:
  • Aircraft instrument panel lighting
  • Excellent control of Nulite instrument lighting
  • Smaller DC motor
  • Instrument Panels
  • Nulite dimmers
  • UMA dimmer
  • Avion Glare shield dimmer
  • Boat Cruiser Cabins
  • LED lit panels, Excellent LED control
  • Hundreds of DC Lighting Control applications

Included:
  • MaxDim Mini unit
  • Installation instructions
  • Color coded terminals
  • Reference panel label
  • STC pending printout for your logs
  • Installation template
  • Knobs

   
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Specifications

  • Click here for dimensions
  • STC, PMA, RTCA/DO-160E SEC 21: RFE Qualified
  • Complies to Cessna AD 93-24-15 regarding cockpit fires.
  • Assembled in the USA
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