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radiant® Tru-Universal Single Pole/3-Way Dimmer, Tri-Color

RH703PTUTCCCV4 radiant Collection
radiant Tru-Universal Single-Pole/3-Way Dimmer is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12.
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$65.94 USD

Upgrade your space with superior dimming control and exceptional style. The radiant® Tru-Universal Dimmer works with virtually any 120V dimmable bulb or fixture, adjusting to the precise light level you want, without the flicker. Unsure what dimmer your bulb needs? Avoid uncertainty with Tru-Universal Dimming. Part of the radiant® Collection, it also features clean lines and smooth control for a sophisticated touch. Made exclusively for use with screwless Wall Plates from the radiant® Collection, sold separately.
Color Tri Color (White, Ivory, Light Almond)
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Features

  • Works with virtually any 120V dimmable bulb or fixture on typical residential (and light commercial) wiring. Usable in both single-pole and 3-way applications.
  • Self-calibrates when you select your fixture's lighting type, automatically setting the appropriate minimum voltage to eliminate flicker and poor performance.
  • Low-profile paddle switch offers smoother On/Off control, while a separate, ergonomic slider allows you to adjust light levels with precision.
  • Locator light illuminates when switch is off, emitting a soft glow to help you find it in the dark.
  • Constant memory features returns lights to their previous level when turning back on or after a power outage.
  • No derating* required in multi-gang applications. *Reducing the maximum wattage a dimmer can handle. This is sometimes required for multi-gang applications.
  • Features durable, high-impact resistant thermoplastic construction.
  • More color options available to fit any style, including finishes to match current hardware and lighting trends.
  • Complete the look with a sleek, screwless radiant® Wall Plate, and coordinate with other designer switches and outlets available from the radiant® Collection.

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color White
Country Of Origin China
Switch Type Paddle
Number of Switches 1
Warranty Type Limited Lifetime Warranty
Dimensions
Product Width US 1.75 in
Product Depth US 1.25 in
Product Height US 4.25 in
Technical Information
Number of Gangs 1
Amperage 15 A
Bulb Compatibility CFL, Fluorescent, Halogen, HID, Incandescent, LED, Universal, Xenon
Number of Poles 3-Way, Single Pole
Wattage 700 W
Mounting Type Box
Voltage 120.0 V

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Radiant Switches and Wallplates I installed the radiant switches and screwless wallplates throughout my entire house. With a sleek and simple design they look really good. As an architect, I’d recommend these products to anyone. Technical support was very helpful with questions regarding wiring the dimmer switch.
Date published: 2020-11-13
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
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 3 out of 5 by from Grounding Wire It would be great if it didn't need a grounding wire.... unfortunately, they could not be used due to this for certain switches.
Date published: 2024-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Design + Easy to install, good technical solution, sleek design
Date published: 2024-01-04
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Questions & Answers

does the RH703PTUW work on electronic dimmable driver?

Asked by: kay
Yes, the Radiant universal dimmer is rated to handle both ELV(electronic) and MLV(magnetic) drivers.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-04-13

do you need a neutral for this tru-universal dimmer?

Asked by: bob
Yes, the universal dimmer will require a Neutral connection.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2023-01-02

Have the RH703PTUW 3-way or single pole. Set to F. Using it as a single. Common from power, single pole to light and green grounding. Turn it on and LED flashes but does not go through power up test, light do not turn on. Incandescent 40watt 120v.

Asked by: Bingus
The RH703PTUW dimmer requires a Neutral wire connected to the silver terminal for it to function. If you do not have a Neutral in the electrical box and are controlling an incandescent light load, you could use the RH703PW or RHCL453PW. They do not require a Neutral connection.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2023-01-02

I have a legend rhcl453ptcccv6. Just trying to change colors. Got the frame off but can’t get the switch rectangular off. How hard and which way to pull, lift or whatever? Hope you can help me. This is not a 3way.

Asked by: Sarge
To remove the paddle switch just pull up from the top or bottom and it will pop off. You can also use a flathead screwdriver and place it under one end of the switch and pry it off that way.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-10-04

Can either or both RH703PTUTC or RH703PTUW be used in a 90 sq. ft. bathroom to dim (3) individual/single LED Wall Sconces from dweLED lighting where dampness and humidity tend to be?  The bathroom has (1) Ventilation fan and (1) window.

Asked by: Jules
Yes, both of these dimmers will work in a normal bathroom application setting that has proper ventilation.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-07-30

Can the locator led be turned off? I have a RH703PTU dimmer.

Asked by: George
The locator LED can not be disabled on the RH703PTU dimmer.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-06-22

Does turning off the power to the RH703PTU dimmer remove all programming and reset the dimmer to factory settings?

Asked by: George
If the AUTO-CAL was not locked out, resetting power to the dimmer will force the dimmer to reset the light level back to the factory default. NOTE: When the dimmer loses power, when it turns back on it tries to set its minimum output voltage at an optimal level for the light it is dimming. If you want to override this behavior, lock in your Min Level Trim adjustment as follows: • Once you reach the Min Level Trim desired, hold down the CAL button until the Locator LED stops flashing. This takes approximately 10 seconds. This locks-in your new minimum output voltage setting and prevents the dimmer from overriding your setting after it loses power.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-12-09

We lost power a week or so ago and now the switches are all offline. Do I need to hard reset them to bring them back or is there an easier way?

Asked by: JKLMS
The RH703PTUTC dimmer is not a "wi-fi" dimmer so it shouldn't go off-line. I would suggest trying the calibration button found under the wallplate or contacting Technical Support for assistance: Radiant products 1.844.957-3783 opt 1, then 2 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-05-18

Do these come in matte black?

Asked by: Matt
The Radiant dimmers have interchangeable color kits available. RHKITBK is Black and it has a Satin Black finish. https://www.legrand.us/wiring-devices/light-switches-and-dimmers/dimmers/radiant-interchangeable-face-cover/p/rhkitbk?text=rhkitbk
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-05-03

Why does the 3 way wiring diagram show a traveller wire hooked to the terminal labelled single pole as well as to the 3 way terminal. I have hot to common, red to traveller, white to neutral, gnd to gnd on box, light on switch flashing, no power to light?

Asked by: MJL1
The universal dimmer requires a separate Neutral connection so it would be wired as follows: Hot to Common, Travelers to 1pole and 3way, and Neutral to White terminal. Radiant products 1.844.957-3783 opt 1, then 2 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-06-02

Why is the LOAD and the NEUTRAL connected on the figure 1 (graphic)?

Asked by: Frank
The universal dimmer requires a Neutral to function, The LOAD and Neutral wires do not need to be connected together.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-12-11

I was sold a radiant RH703PTUW to use with a light fixture that uses a LED Driver. Is this correct? How do I hook up the switch?

Asked by: PB172
As long as the LED driver is NOT 0-10V, this dimmer should work and wiring instruction link is attached. https://legrand.webdamdb.com/directdownload.php?ti=38628442&tok=Tmbx4IYMgWSfhtWODTG8egRR
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-01-13

Installed product when I tested wouldn't work manually. Downloaded app can unhook and rehook and the lights come on at this point the program will dim the lights and bring back bright gut if I turn off with app they won't come back on.

Asked by: Lynne
Please contact Technical Support to get this resolved . The RH703PTUTC is not Wi-Fi and does not work with an APP so they will need the correct model number to assist you. Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-12-03

Do I need a companion switch if installed with 3 way , regular switch?

Asked by: Golfnut
To complete a 3way installation using the RH703PTUW dimmer, it would be used with any standard 3way switch in the other location.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-05-12

Why is the dimmer controlling the speed of my ceiling fan? When the lights are dimmed,  the ceiling fan slows down regardless of what speed it’s on. Is it possible the ceiling fan need to be rewired because I upgraded the switch? 

Asked by: TL Moore
I would suggest contacting Technical Support to go over the dimmer wiring see it is not designed or rated for fan /motor control. 1.800.223-4185 opt 1 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-28

Installed 3 of these (same box) to cntrl LED lights in our bedroom. They work fine, but get noticeably warm, even with the lights off all night. With the wall plate removed, I measured 105 - 110F on the mounting ears . Makes her nervous, any thoughts?

Asked by: BrentM
It is normal operation for a dimmer to feel warm to the touch. The allowed temperature from UL is 140 degrees in Fahrenheit for the face of a dimmer.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-01-25

Every time I turn the light off the LED binks rapidly and when I turn it back on it recalibrates but the dimmer never works. What is going on? I have a red wire at the single pole black on the black screw, white on the neutral and green to the copper.

Asked by: Not an electrician
I would suggest contacting Technical Support directly to troubleshoot your installation Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-07-21

Hello there I just got done installing a tru universal dimmer switch and the led Indactor flash fast and light wont turn on, in need of help

Asked by: evan
The True Universal dimmer requires a separate Neutral wire to function correctly and will "flash" if it is not connected.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2022-08-06

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: 2020-08-13

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: 2020-07-19

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: 2020-10-14

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 - tech.support@legrand.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: 2020-08-17

In the US smart dimmers are labelled (Line, Load, Neutral, Ground). This is labelled ( Neutral, Common(!?), Single Pole(??!%?), Ground) Is Common=Line? Is Single Pole=Load?

Asked by: chaz
The RH703PTUTC is not a "Smart" Wi-Fi dimmer but a standard single pole/3way dimmer so the terminals are marked as Common(Load or Hot), Neutral(required), 1pole, and 3way.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-07-10

Is this dimmer compatible for fixtures requiring a TRIAC style dimmer?

Asked by: Granularsound
Yes, it is compatible with virtually any dimmable lamp, load, and fixture on typical residential and light commercial wiring (with the exception of 0-10V LED drivers).
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-01-07

Does this dimmer switch itself come in a nickel finish so I can match the rest of the switches thruout my home or do I have to deal with mismatch finishes?

Asked by: Granularsound
You can use the interchangeable facekit(RHKITNI) to make this dimmer Nickel to match your other devices. https://www.legrand.us/search.aspx?q=rhkitni
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-01-02

Hello, I need help. I connected the 3 way switch per the instructions included. The Legrand dimmer works just fine but the other 3 way switch on the other end no longer functions. Am I doing something wrong? Thx

Asked by: Esco
I have a RH703P Dimmer switch that I am a little confused on the install. The old dimmer had two red wires one going to a black wire and one red wire going to the white. then one black wire going to another black wire. I thin=k that's to main power source or hot wire does that go to the Black terminal on my Legard Dimmer? Thanks
Answered by: JIm k
Date published: 2019-12-20
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