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Hi, i try to use the Dimmer 2 to control DC 12V dimmable LTE strip light, but from what i understand that Dimmer 2 need 100V ~ 240V AC power supply. the thing i confused is that the manuals shows it is passable to work on DC 12V LED light could anyone help me to understand how to make this works, many thanks Kevin
Dimmer 2 and AR111 G53 LED 12V spotlights
dejavu1987 posted a question in Dimmer and BypassHey all, I'm planning to buy Dimmer 2 to control spotlights in my kitchen. I've asked in a local Fibaro store for an advice on how the whole light installation should look like to allow Dimmer 2 to switch on/off and dim the lights. The guy said I would need to use 230V powered lights (at least that's how I understood it) - so GU10 in that case, and the use of a transformer in the circut might be a problem for Dimmer. The case is that I would like to have AR111 lights and there's much more choice in the market for ones with G53 socket rather than GU10 - in fact most AR/ES111 GU10 offer more than 15W+, while I would like to keep it around 10W each bulb. The question then is - do you have any experiance connecting 12V bulbs + transformer with Dimmer 2? Is it really a problem? or it just requires to use a specific transformer to work? Any tips are greatly appreciated. Attached some pictures on how I believe they would like it to be and how I would like it to work. PS. I'm no electrician, so forgive me if it's missing anything important. Thanks in advance!