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TRÅDFRI Driver for wireless control, smart gray,

Price $ 40.00

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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 Number603.426.61

Product details

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.

By connecting this product to the DIRIGERA hub, you get even more out of it and can also control it, together with other smart products, in the IKEA Home smart app.


IKEA of Sweden

  • This product is part of our smart home range. Connect it, along with other smart products, to DIRIGERA hub and IKEA Home smart app for more features and functions.

    To be completed with ANSLUTA power cord, sold separately.

    Power consumption standby/off mode: <0.3W.

    Output voltage 24V.

    Input voltage 100-120V.

    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.

    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 www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • This product bears the CE mark.


Width: 11 1/4 "

Depth: 2 1/8 "

Height: 3/4 "

Power: 30 W

  • TRÅDFRIArticle Number603.426.61

    Width: 2 ¼ "

    Height: 1 ¼ "

    Length: 13 ½ "

    Weight: 10 oz

    Package(s): 1

Great upgrade for LED lights!JohnThis new version transformer/controller works perfectly with the older LED lights. The new features such as smooth dimmer are great. I needed to replace the previous unit which started to intermittently malfunction after 7+ years. Just remember to get the new version remotes.3
Very difficult to pair with wireless remoteConor B.Pairing the LED Driver with the wireless remote is EXTREMELY buggy and inconsistent. It took me over 30 minutes of trying to pair, no success, reset, try again, no success, reset... Until finally it paired. Once paired the product worked flawlessly for over 1 year, until one day I had to toggle the main circuit breaker of my house and the wireless remote no longer worked. Once again, re-pairing the remote took over 30 minutes of trying over and over. I found that the following process yielded the best results: Unplug/power off the LED Driver for 10 seconds. Plug/power on the LED driver, and within 5 seconds press and hold the little "Reset" pinhole switch for approx. 5 seconds. Next, attempt to pair the wireless remote by press-and-holding the pair button of the remote for at least 10 seconds. I noticed that there is a little LED inside the wireless remote that will begin pulsing when the pairing process is working. You may need to move the remote around to find the "sweet spot".2
Light ‘em upThomasWorks well.5
Easy to useFionaEasy to connect to the Oversidan lights.5
Lack of Info and Total Pain to install, but works!Konrad C.I too was about to leave a 1 star review, b/c I was having the same problems as others...the LED lights would pulse/flash every 10 secs or so. I thought my driver was faulty. Before returning it, I did some deep digging on line. In reality, unless you pair the tradfri dimmer remote to this driver, it will always pulse like this. The instructions do not tell you this...I found out on reddit. So I then tried to pair the remote...which I can confirm, is a total PITA. It took a LOT of attempts, resets, etc to get it to pair. Easily spent 40 mins. This is from someone who has paired tons of smartplugs, bluetooth devices, hardwired dash cams, etc. I'm not a luddite, but this was asinine. Once everything paired, all the pulsing/flickering stopped. It dims and turns on/off perfectly. Ikea really needs to include better instructions or videos b/c they're getting returns/negative reviews due to lack of info. If you don't want the remote/dimmer, get the Ansluta 19w driver, and avoid this mess2
TrashChristopher K.Ikea must have accepted a bad batch of these 30watt transformers. I got two for online purchase, same problem every other one star reviewer has: 10 second flicker and unable to pair with any remote. Took them back to local Ikea and picked up two new ones. Same result. Ikea would be very wise to pull these from the shelves while they still have a shred of credibility left.1
It’s just fineKimbleyIt’s just fine5
Dose not workMohanad M.I couldn't pair it with the remote, and the lights was keep blinking every 10 seconds1
Low voltage transformerGLENNGreat for low-voltage lighting5
Works great!HeatherThis driver works great for my oversidan lights in my closet. I have 5 lights connected to it. The lights come on when I open the door like it supposed to, and goes off when I close my closet door.5
The lights look great in our library.TimWorks great to power and control multiple lights.5
Love the lookALICELove the look5
Won't pair!Ann H.I purchased a 30W dimmer and 10W dimmer. The 10W paired in 15 seconds with the Tradfri square remote. The 30W never worked so off to Ikea to purchase another. It wouldn't pair either, so back to Ikea to get another remote and it wouldn't pair. Back to Ikea to try buy the Styrbar remote. It paired immediately with the 10W dimmer but it will not pair with the 30W dimmer. What a waste of time! The remotes will not pair with this device. Don't buy it if you want to use a remote!...and by the way, the lights do flicker slowly for about 10 to 15 minutes and then finally stay on.1
30w DriverAnonymousWILL NOT PAIR and IKEA Customer Service have no idea of their product.1
TRADFRI ControllerMichaelEasy to setup and love the lighting system5
Great for Home AutomationKEITHI purchased this because the all in one Ansluta was impossible to find, but I am glad I did. This one has built in Zigbee, so I was able to connect it to my hub without issue and I can control the lighting to my cabinets, remotely. I did not need to by the puck or anything, except the power cord. It is a bit pricey, but since I did not need to buy a remote dimmer, it is reasonable.5
FlickersJames L.The driver flickers off momentarily every ten seconds or so. It's garbage.1
Bought 6 of them and none of them connected to their remoteElias W.I had to take the remotes and power supplies to IKEA to connect them. Now I had a power outage and they're disconnected again. Looks like they're not made for the USA.1
Easy, smart, energy-savingAnonymousEasy, smart, energy-saving5

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