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With Bypass still flickering LED





I have changed the normal light bulbs because the consume a lot of energy and replaced the by dimmable LED light bulbs. Now when I dimm the two LED light bulbs the total consumption is 5W.


I have installed a Fibaro Bypass 2 and did a recalibration of the Dimmer 2. Still when I dimm the lights below 20% they start flickering. I also played with parameter 38 but at value 255 - automatic correction always enabled the flickering is less but still persist.




Who can help me solve this? Also I really don't understand why a bypass isn't built in the Fibaro dimmer by default.



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Hi Kevin, I know that it was 4 years ago but could you resolve this problem? I have the same problem with dimmer 2 and LED light with power suply and the total cosumption is 9watts in my case but the problem still persist. Thanks in advance. 

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