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Dimming switch for pendant and 2 x LED strips

Ja55

Active Member
Hey All

I'm bit a new to all this and need some advice.

The idea is to have 3 seperate lighting circuits for my lounge -

1. A pendant light
2. Blue LED strip lighting
3. Warm white LED strip lighting

I'd like a wall mounted switch which will allow me to switch any of the circuits on / off and dim them. Ideally I'd like the unit to remember the last setting too.

The pendant light will use a regular indacescent bulb and the LED strip lights are likely to be the single colour 12v or 24v versions.

I dont think I can use a regular 3 gang dimmer switch due to the LED strips being powered by a transformer. So not sure what I can use / need?

Thanks
Jas
 

hornydragon

Distinguished Member
You will need to do quite a lot of work to achieve that! Alot depends on the control options for the LED units and their drivers...
 

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