- Dimmable LED home lighting?
I’m renovating an old property and part of this will include a complete re-wire. I’d really like to use LED were possible (probably in down lighters) as they use so much less power and don’t have as much nasty stuff in them like CFL lamps.Posted 9 years ago
I’ve been looking at using these Deltech lamps as a GU10 replacement
The downside is that these type are not dimable so it’s all or nothing. Does anyone know of anything suitable for dimming – I guess you need to look at a separate control unit and low voltage?stevebSubscriber
OK, I’m in the LED lighting industry.
First, beware cool white…tends to be very cold and blue. I wouldn’t want it in a domestic environment.
That link appears to the a warm white version, but its not 100% clear. Warm whites aren’t as bright as cool, typically 75-80% of the lumen output. Some tend to a strange shade of pink too!
Neutral white is the most pleasing if you can find it, output lies between cool and warm.
Try before you buy.Posted 9 years ago
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