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Discussion in 'Smart Home, Climate Control & Security Forum' started by nick67, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. nick67

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    We've recently redone our kitchen/dining area which now has 14 50W LV with individual transforer. Currently they are too bright to sit down for a meal, OK for cooking etc.

    What I'm after is a dimmer that can take the load, whether normal or remote.

    Any help much appreciated

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    http://www.lighting-direct.co.uk/shop.asp?rn=0

    do 1000W dimmer switches which should be fine.
    It would be worth e-mailing them with your setup, as low voltage with transformers are a different animal and of course P=IV (Power = current × voltage), so does that mean the switch needs only pass a twentieth of the current (12V vs 240V). E-mail them. They'll know. I don't!
     

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