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LED with HLG-240H-42B driver and Fibaro Dimmer


Nicolas B.
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Hi,

 

i am rather confused, and quite new to this.

 

I went for buying some lamps for my new house, and I explained the person that I’ll be using Fibaro. No one in this country (Israel) knows about these modules so it’s pretty hard.

 

The person at the shop asked me if I wanted the LED to be dimmable, and he then told me that he’ll change the transformer and put a 1-10V transformer/driver.

 

Description of the driver can be found here 

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Would this work with a Dimmer 2? If not? What kind of driver should I ask to make sure it does work?

 

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No you can’t use dimmer 2. You will need qubino 0-10v dimmer. It will also work with a 1-10v driver 

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Or use a Z-Wave dimmable LED driver...

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