Inline Dimmers Coming to Current USA TrueLumen LED Strips

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Current USA is adding a little more functionality to their TrueLumen LED strips with the help of a simple, yet very effective product. Their new inline dimmer knob plugs right into the connections between the strip and its power supply, and it allows users to adjust the brightness of the LEDs as well as turn them off. Each dimmer is rated for 12/24V at a 60watt maximum, and they’re compatible with all of the products in the TrueLumen lineup. But that’s not the only new accessory coming to the strip lights.

The TrueLumen Pro LED strips are also getting a simple mounting bracket that allows the strips to be individually seated on the rim of an aquarium. These adjustable docking mounts are simple to install, are made from aluminum, and place the strips approximately 1.5″ above the rim of the tank. We wish these were around during our TrueLumen Pro LED review, as they would have fit perfectly over the edges of our rimless aquarium, but we’re glad they’re coming out a little late instead of never.

Current USA TrueLumen Docking Mount

The Current USA TrueLumen dimmer switch isn’t listed on the manufacturer’s website, but we expect it to be available shortly. The mounting brackets, on the other hand, have been on the site for some time and we assume they’re already available to purchase.

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  • That looks like the exact dimmer from Ecoxotic: 
    http://www.ecoxotic.com/inline-led-dimmer-12-24-volt.html

    • yes, they are the same dimmer switch.

    • That is all Current USA does. They have been copying Ecoxotic for a while now. 

      • Even the video is similar — woman’s hands with the same nail polish color. LOL.

        Must be the same supplier.

  • Uthwycmqty

    I bought a white light LED light, which you stick on the wall by adhesive pad to light up a dark under-the-stairs cupboard.  LED strip

    • Me@aol.com

      LOL. “I bought a white LED light………… under the stairs cupboard” What does that have to bring to this conversation????? It is not the same kind of lighting used for non aquarium use. They say you can, but who is going to pay all that money when a standard strip light MADE for regular lighting is sooooooo much cheaper. Well….enjoy your lit closet.