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Tru-Universal Single Pole/3-Way Dimmer, White
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General Info
Color: White
Number Of Poles: Single Pole/3-Way
Style: Rocker
Listing Agencies/Third Party Certifications
RoHS: Yes
CSA Listing Info: C22.2 No. 184
CSA Standard: Yes
cULus: Yes
UL Standard: Yes
UN SPSC: 39121502
Construction Information
Component 4: 78500705329
Depth (US): 1.25"
Height (US): 4.25"
Width (US): 1.75"
Technical Information
NEMA Rating: Yes
Volts: 120
Volts (AC): 120 VAC, 60Hz
Watts: 700
Buy American Act Compliance
Country Of Origin: CHINA
This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
LEED Contribution: Yes
SSL 7A Compliant
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unreliable Highest price, but low quality. I am an engineer and general contractor so no stranger to equipment. I have a Tru Universal Radiant switch to control kitchen recessed LED lights. The switch worked for 2 months before failing. It will not dim properly and will not respond to reset instructions and hard boot. Made in China. Typical. I recommend finding a different brand.
Date published: 2020-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Touch dimmer These are great. I installed 6 all together. They work just fine. One just died on me and needs to be replaced. Kind of pricey.
Date published: 2019-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Radiant Dimmer We had a unique color combination in our kitchen. The switch cover had a wide range of covers that solved the problem. Tru-Universal dealt with the different types of lighting so that I didn't have to figure-out on my own.
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As advertised Had trouble finding a 3 way dimmer that was compatible with the LED's I was using in my basement project. Then I came across this one advertised as universal. Made a couple of calls to the Lagrand tech support to discuss before I ordered 3 of them. Installed them and they work perfectly. Could not be happier.
Date published: 2018-08-30
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Hooked dimmer to 3 way switch. Previous switch had one red / one black going to brass screws and one black going to black screw with a copper ground. I went black to black, the black/red to brass on the dimmer. Ground to ground. Flashing white led now?

Asked by: alcal418
The RH703PTU universal dimmer requires a WHITE Neutral wire to the silver terminal to function correctly.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-06-23

I just had 4 new led ceiling lights put in I'm looking at the wires theres 2 black and 1 copper. Theres white in the back of the outlet box but they are twisted together. Where do I put the wires???

Asked by: Mrspardo
To install the RH703PTUTC dimmer, you black HOT wire goes to the black terminal, your black LOAD wire goes to 1POLE terminal, and you can create a "jumper from the silver NEUTRAL terminal to the bundle of white wires.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-05-11

Just purchased HMRWCCV4 dimmer switch at Lowe’s.  Employee told me it would work as a stand alone switch for single pole application.  Back of this switch has 3 screws... one labeled Remote and the other two labeled Load.  Not exactly sure how to install

Asked by: Cowbell5217
The HMRWCCV4 is designed to be used with a master dimmer and CAN NOT be used alone.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-05-11

I have 3 wires from the house (black, white, & bare copper) & 3 wires from a light fixture (black, white, & green). Where do the wires from the house go? Where do the wires from the light fixture go? My Legrand switch has common, neutral & single pole.

Asked by: DKim
Good Evening, The black from your panel goes to the black screw, the black to the light goes in the 1-pole screw. Next, you take a jumper wire and you wirenut that and the two whites together. The free end of the jumper will go into the back of the dimmer where it says "neutral." Hope this helps!
Answered by: Tech Support
Date published: 2020-04-27

I installed a Radiant Dimmer to control a fixture with LEDs and set the trim pot for max dimming.  When I move the slide from bottom to top, max brightness occurs before the top and then the light gets dimmer at the very top.

Asked by: AdamC
I would reach out to our Technical Support Team so they can assist with programming the dimmer for the LED's you are controlling. Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us -
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-04-10

Will this work with a liathonia 6 inch wafer light

Asked by: Yackie
Yes, the universal dimmer is designed to be used with recessed LED can lights.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-03-04

Can you use a screw type face plate instead of a screwless with this dimmer? RH703PTUW

Asked by: Steve
Yes, you can use any decorator style wallplate that meets Nema WD-6 dimensional standards(EX: TP26W).
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-02-25

The instructions show you tying Neutral to Load (Which I assume is the Single Pole labelled terminal) . So really? You tie Neutral to Load at the switch?

Asked by: chaz
I had the same question regarding the diagram myself, so thanks for clearing this up. I was not interpreting the "Load" INSIDE the box in the diagram to be the actual Load (light).  It is technically correct but the line showing a connection from the "Load" to Neutral was messing me up, if that one line wasn't there it wouldn't be as confusing.  I was a bit thrown by why the switch needs a neutral going to it but when I realized it has a locator LED (which would always be lit), it made sense. 
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2020-04-05
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