CACD: Dimmer - Install Guide




The Dimmer module is hard wired to the mains power and uses wireless RF for the control communication. To comply with Australian / NZ wiring rules a Dimmer module should always be used when controlling circuits that require the control device to be installed in the roof space. This module is only suitable for locating indoors however, it can control lights which have a suitable rating that are located outdoors or in wet areas. The Dimmer module is not suitable for speed control of ceiling fans.  Conventional dimmers cannot  be incorporated into a circuit using an iZone Dimmer module.


The difference between an iZone Dimmer module and an iZone Dimmer Switch module is explained below:

iZone Dimmer Module - Primarily use iZone wireless switches to control the lights and the associated lighting circuit is permanently powered on. This has the advantage of incorporating the light switch, AC temperature sensor and the movement sensor into one switch. If the light is switched off at the wireless switch l it can still be turned on from the App or via a schedule.

iZone Dimmer Switch Module - Uses the customers own light switch which provides ON/OFF inputs to the Dimmer Switch Module. The Dimmer Switch Module will interface with standard rocker switches, momentary switches and switches that use an LED indicator or back light on the switch. The advantage of this option is the customers can select whichever style of switch they prefer and can match the other electrical and data outlets in their home or office. If the light is turned off at the wall switch it can still be turned on from the App or via a schedule.

Wireless antenna:

The wireless antenna should be screwed in tight and after installation it should point up

Manual On/Off button:

To test the LED dimmer module you can press this manual on/off button to turn the lighting circuit on and off

Pair button:

To pair the LED dimmer module to the system ensure there is power to the LED dimmer module> Press the pair button on the module > . At the same time press the pair button on the App or iZone touch screen >The blue LED inside the module (close to the pair button) will flash rapidly to indicate the module is pairing to the system

Remove cover to expose terminals:

Remove the terminal cover to expose the wiring terminal. Wire in accordance with the wiring notation on printed on the top cover. There are also wiring restraint cable ties that should be used to restrain the wiring in place. This should only be done by and electrician

Knock outs for wiring / conduits:

There are two knock outs for wiring or conduits to located on the end of the module. Drill or knock out accordingly

Mounting point:

There are two mounting points on the module to allow the module to be mounted to roof timbers



Model numbers



AS/NZS 61058 ;  C Tick  N29007;  

Power supply

Input: 220 - 240VAC 50Hz

Power consumption

Maximum  2.05 Watts switched on (no load connected)

Minimum 1.2 Watts switched off

Maximum connected load permitted

1 Amp


Hard wired

Control frequency

433 MHz

Operating Temperature

-20oC to +50oC


Suitable for indoor use only


An iZone bridge (COCB) is required to control an iZone LED Dimmer module

Size & Weight

Height: 150 mm (Excludes mounting lugs and antenna)

Width 85 mm

Depth 36 mm (Excludes Antenna)

Weight 220g

(Designed to fit through a standard 95mm diameter down light hole)


Switch the power off at the switchboard

Remove the Dimmer module from the packaging

Cut the circuit to the device being controller and terminate the wiring as indicated on the casing

Test the dimmer switching using the manual On/Off button on the module


Pair the iZone Dimmer module to the iZone Bridge by pressing the pair button on the Dimmer module and on the screen simultaneously



The blue LED adjacent to the pair button on the module will flash blue several times to indicate it is pairing


Name your Dimmer module on the screen or app

Group your Dimmer module to other devices or switches

In the details section set up the maximum and minimum brightness levels