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Old 09-05-2015, 11:24 AM   #1
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Dimming interior lights

I have seen a few threads recently where people talk about adding the remote control dimmer from Amazon to control the led strip under the awning. I think this is a great idea and just ordered mine this morning. But has anyone added a dimmer to their interior led lights? I'm sure the same device would work but I really would prefer a hard wired unit and not a remote. I really couldn't find anything I liked on Amazon. Any thoughts?
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Old 09-05-2015, 12:24 PM   #2
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I have never done this but I do know the LED LIGHT DIMMERs is a pulse width change device. Not one that drops or raises the DC VOLTAGE like the incandescent automotive bulbs like to see...

I have seen them in the various hardware stores like office depot, lowes etc... Of course on AMAZON as well...

My night lights are several flicker type candles scattered around the trailer. They come automatic and work great for us...

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I got one from Amazon a few years ago ... never used it ... so if you search you can find it there
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