The lamp dimmer is compatible with most dimmable CFL and LED bulbs.More Details >
The Credenza/C•L table lamp dimmer from Lutron features advanced dimming circuitry design for compatibility with most energy efficient light bulbs. This dimmer works with dimmable CFL and dimmable LED bulbs, as well as halogen and incandescent bulbs. One dimmer allows you to dim a broad range of light sources!
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This LUTRON Credenza/C•L dimmer switch is a sliding low to high range style switch. It is basically a piggy-back plug and cord that you plug into the wall socket, and then piggy-back the lamp plug into the back of it. The cord then can be run to an end table or chair pocket so the slider on the far end of the cord can be easily accessed to adjust the lighting. I've had this dimmer hooked up to our torchiere lamp for a year now. We have a 3,000 lumen LED bulb in it, as we have vaulted ceilings in the living room and lamp light is our only source of lighting. At times I need enough light to do hand sewing, and when it's time for movies we prefer a 25 watt type lighting. Our torchiere lamp came with a 3-way switch which won't adjust brightness with a one-pole LED bulb. My genius brother gave us the LUTRON Credenza/C•L dimmer switch for Christmas in 2016 and the 3000+ lumen LED bulb. We tried it out and LOVE it! Been adjusting that brightness for over 400 nights now and it's just awesome to be able to go from bright to medium light range, all the way down to about the lumens of what I'd expect from a 25 or 30 watt bulb. Once you hit the low threshold the light turns all the way off, so it takes some time to learn how low it will go before it goes out. This dimmer has the lowest threshold of any I've tried. Note: You need to slide the dimmer slide all the way to the end and will feel a little click before the bulb will be completely off. A few times I've just given it a quick slide and later noticed a dim glow still coming from the bulb. If you want the lamp off, be sure to slide all the way to the "click" to be in the off position.