TRÅDFRI Driver for wireless control, gray,


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Now it's really easy for anyone to use smart lighting. This driver allows you to connect your integrated lighting from IKEA – turn on, turn off and dim so you always have the right light and mood at home.

Article Number103.561.89

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When you add TRÅDFRI gateway and IKEA Home smart app, you can create several groups of light sources and control them in different ways.

Use the wireless dimmer to dim, turn on/off up to 10 light sources - all will behave in the same way.

Helps lower your electric bill because dimming the lights saves energy.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number103.561.89
  • To be completed with ANSLUTA power cord, sold separately.

    Power consumption standby/off mode: <0.3W.

    Output voltage 24V.

    Input voltage 100-120V.

    You can connect up to 3 units to the driver, as long as the total wattage does not exceed 10 W.

    A flashing light indicates when the maximum wattage for the LED driver is exceeded.

    You can connect up to 10 TRÅDFRI LED drivers in one installation.

    Works with IKEA Home smart.

    Add the TRÅDFRI gateway and IKEA Home smart app for control through Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit or Google Home.

    Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

  • Material
    Polycarbonate plastic
    Warning:This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
  • This product bears the CE mark.


Width: 7 3/8 "

Depth: 2 1/8 "

Height: 3/4 "

Power: 10 W

  • TRÅDFRIArticle Number103.561.89

    Width: 2 ¼ "

    Height: 1 ¼ "

    Length: 7 ½ "

    Weight: 5 oz

    Package(s): 1


Works greatALICEWorks great5
Deceptive packaging and marketingderekVery confusing when buying. I have never used because I am done throwing money away to get all the parts I need to get the original light I bought. Packaging only shows picture with no description of what else you need to buy.1
kitchen lightingPatThis version of the driver will accept all the light bars we need for under counter lighting. The entire system was easy to install and set up. The only issue for installation was my personal inability to hold the piece in place while installing in the screws. Painters tape to the rescue!5
Great kitchen lighting power supplyTODDFlawless wireless lighting control for under cabinets5
DisappointedJenniferCould not pair the lights to the remote. Big hassle to get help online or in store. I finally Gave up and returned the lights and all the components.1
Great little office lightsTODDGot these lights to brighten the home office to do zoom meetings 👍5
junkIpooh1971this thing doesn't work. first you need to make sure you get a cable to be able to use it. I spent hours trying to pair it with a remote controller. this should be literally a 1 minute thing. such a waste of money and time!1
Can"t connect any of the power supplies to remoteLJWagnerVery buggy, can't connect any 30w tradfri supply to the remote.1
For Alexa, you’ll need the gateway AND a remoteSmart Home GuruSupposedly you can pair with Hue hub but that wasn’t my case. I had to buy the gateway only to learn that you need to set up a remote or dinner or other controller as a first step — but WHY? This is such a bad design.5
Do a little research and follow the directions.TerkwoizI was compelled to create an account to write a review for this product (and all of the Trådfri line). These products are excellent and work exactly as they should! I’ve read all of the negative reviews - people complaining about no included power cords, exceeding the allowable wattage, not being able to pair devices to the hub, etc., etc. Sorry but this is all user error or just plain user laziness. I have over a dozen bulbs, many remotes, drivers, under-counter led strips, and outlets all connected to the TRÅDFRI hub and working perfectly. The only issues I’ve ever occasionally had are with pairing remotes to the hub. But I solved this by restarting the process. IKEA is constantly updating the TRÅDFRI software and firmware for all of the devices and this can sometimes take time. Sometimes people just need to admit when they don’t understand something rather than writing negative reviews out of frustration. Do a little research on the products (you can download all of the instructions for EVERY ikea products including the TRÅDFRI line). Download the instructions and see what you need for your intended use before you purchase and surely before you start spewing negative reviews. Again, the TRÅDFRI line is excellent and I hope IKEA continues to improve and expand it.5
Tradfri line has got to go.JRohr73I know this is quite a negative review so I apologize for this. I had to buy three different Tradfri products. I first bought a smart plug version. That is when I found out that I wasn't going to get away with paying less than 10 bucks for a working switch. So, I bought the product this review is for. I returned it so I never used it, but we also discovered that there is still a requirement to buy a USB cable for this. We returned the above product and got the Tradfri hub. We thought this would be the last expense on this. We were so wrong. We get the hub home, set it up. Guess what product it won't work with. Yes, the very smart plug we had already purchased. That was it for us. We returned that hub as soon as we could. Why do I say the line has got to go? Because value minded people who want a working smart plug should not have to buy more than one product to have the desired smart feature in their homes. A plug should be ALL YOU NEED and it should be compatible with Alexa, Apple, and Google home products. FULL STOP. For the price I would have had to pay to achieve this with Ikea's Tradfri line I could have bought 5 smart plugs from Amazon, which is exactly what we did. Also, if you want people to not be inconvenienced by multiple trips to Ikea, it would be helpful to have these products in a better lit area of the stores and to have very explicit signage so there is no ambiguity as to which products the consumer will need and what products each part is compatible with.1
Why on earth would something not come with a cord?dane75IKEA - what is going on with you? Why on earth would you sell something without a power cord and NO indication that it doesn't come with one? I get some products where they're configurable or interchangeable, but this is a grey box that doesn't do anything without a power cord and, of course, its custom to this product, so you can't just swap another cord for the one that doesn't come with the product.1
unable to configureNprasadsBought 2 of them so that I can configure the dimmer and control over mobile app. But I am unable to configure, user manual is of no help.1
Wireless connection never work!!!Tran58I bought 2 driver ( 10w and 30w) and 12 led with 1 remote control, try to connect to remote so it can turn on or off and dim the lights but it never connect, now just switch on/off, instructions manual was no help!!1

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