Dimmers can be used for most spotlights. The dimmers regulate the power supply to the lights, so you can make the lights burn more softly and create other lighting colors, such as a dim-to-warm LED lamps or spots. Different types of dimmers are available.
- Dimmer for LED lamps 230 volt: can be used for LED lamps 230 volt, without transformer or LED driver.
- Dimmer for 12v LED lamps (retro-fit) with an electronic transformer: can be used for LED lamps or retro-fit on 12 volts with an electronic transformer.
- Dimmer for LED lamps 12v-24v with LED driver: can be used for LED lighting on 12-24 volts, dimmable with LED driver 12v-24v.
- Dimmer switch for 12v-24v cabinet lighting LED
- Remote dimming of 12v-24v cabinet lighting LED
- 3 steps dimming of 230v LED lamps
Step-by-step plan for installing a built-in dimmer
Step 1: Turn off the power first!
Step 2: Remove the cover from the light switch. Unscrew the light switch from the flush-mounted box. Disconnect the wiring.
Step 3: Pull the dial off the dimmer. Check that the dimmer fuse is tight. Strip the wires (if necessary) and attach them to the dimmer.
Step 4: Screw the dimmer into the flush-mounted box. Press the rotary knob back in.
Step 5: Turn on the power and check if the dimmer is working properly.
This information is not legally binding.