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Hi, I have been using dimmer 2 for years with old ceiling spotlights. But now I have set up new 5 watt led spotlights from Biltema (https://www.biltema.dk/byggeri/belysning/indendorsbelysning/indbygningsspot/indbygningsspot-led-ip20-2000041100 - only available in DK, S, N, FI). I have one group with 13 lamps that I might want to make dimmable and 7 in another group which must be made dimmable. Another group of 13 lamps is expected soon must also be dimmable. Dimmer 2 does - as far as I understand - not work with less than 50 watts. So I hope the groups with 13 lamps (65w) will work without any trouble? But I have had som trouble with the group with 7 lamps. I think I have torched the dimmer. I am unsure if I torched it before or after I also installed a bypass. I have a new one, but as far as I understand it is important do know if the lamps are resistive, resistive-inductive or resistive-capacitive. I have asked Biltema. They do not know! Does anyone have experience with these lamps from Biltema? Don't I stand a fair chance of torching another dimmer even with a bypass unless I find out what type they are? Thanks,
Guest posted a topic in Home AutomationI have a RGBW dimmer module (working on 12V) to drive a couple of spotlights. The dimming level (from 0 to 100%) with a Halogen spotlamp (50W) is perfect, but with LED spotlight it isn't that great, as i ordered and tested a couple ones from Aliexpress! (LEDspot with COB led build in - dimmable) 1. In your opinion and advice which type - brandname - wattage LEDspot works BEST with the RGBW controller from Fibaro ? 2. Referring to Question number 1, is the dimming level still great with a single or twin LED-spots which works BEST for you?