|UMA 12-14 Volt Light Inverter (10-700-14) for UMA Electro-Luminescent Light Strips. FAA PMA.|
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wrong item for my application did not use it
UMA 14V LIGHT INVERTER PMA
Works well. No issues...
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Yes, this unit does have dimming capability. However, part # 6002 (UMA DIMMER POT 1K OHMS, 5W) must be purchased as well. With the dimming switch 6002, part # 10-02083 does have dimming capabilities. We have added 6002 to the "Accessories" tab for convenience.
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Per the manufacturer, a PWM-type dimmer is not used. The Dimmer Potentiometer used would be UMA# 1G01 1K 5W.
Per the vendor, "If it is 1K/ 10W pot then yes, our UMA is 1K and 5W."