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ENR 24 Dimmer RacksLeviton's ENR 24 rack houses twelve plug-in Dimmer modules available in 120v dual 1.8kw, 2.4kw and single 6.0kw capacities, 240v dual 2.5kw and single 5.0kw capacities.
Colortran Leviton Dimmer RacksCommercial Entertainment / Theatrical / NSI Leviton's NSI products transformed the way the world thinks about lighting controls. Our control systems are designed to unlock your vision and creativity, giving you the power to animate your lighting like never before. And when you consider their versatility and technological advances, our controllers, dimmers and fixtures are remarkably affordable. Colortran Division, Leviton Manufacturing Company
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