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Is Dimmer-2 a phase cut-off dimmer?


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Hello,
For my living room I need a phase cut-off dimmer. Is the Dimmer-2 a dimmer of this type?
Using this dimmer I can now switch my lights On and Off but I can not dim, even though my LED lights and transformer are dimmable.  :-(

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  • Hello Tundel,

    I had read the manual but in the manual this question is not answered.
    The words 'phase' and the word 'cut' do not appear in it.
    Nowhere I can find what type of dimmer it is.

    If it is a phase cut off dimmer then I can continue changing parameters. (Tips are welcome)
    If it is not then I stop trying.

    Thank you for your reply.

     

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    Hi, 

    from Fibaro technical explanation we can read, that Dimmer 2 (FGD-212)

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  • Thank you Flash!
    Continuing my experiments with parameters has resulted in dimmable LEDs. Nice!


    Question answered, problem solved :-)

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