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  • can the 2774D control a LED dimmable ballast?

    i am looking at a lighted mirror, and they recomend using a leviton IP710-DLZ dimmer. This dimmer has separate load output wires requiring a 4 wire setup. Does the insteon switch work with LED ballasts/regulators?

    below is the regulator and wiring with the leviton switch.
    https://www.mirrorsandmarble.com/Dim...ulator-DPR.htm


    Also i didnt see anything about low voltage magnetic ballasts being compatible with the dimmer switches.
    Last edited by infinkc; 04-04-2018, 01:44 PM.

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    No not the one you are asking about.

    The web page indicates it is a 0-10VDC dimmer controlled LED supply. The Leviton in the diagrams is one that varies the dimming voltage from 0-10VDC and turns the AC line voltage input On and Off. It is also marked. Will NOT work with a standard dimmer on the sales page.

    The two wire 2474D varies the AC line voltage. Steals power through the Load and is made for incandescent bulbs only.
    Last edited by BLH; 04-04-2018, 03:33 PM.

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    • #3
      Unfortunately Insteon doesn't make anything that would allow you to control that with Insteon. You may be able to find the discontinued 2475da2 somewhere which allows for 0-10v control

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      • #4
        Originally posted by lilyoyo1 View Post
        Unfortunately Insteon doesn't make anything that would allow you to control that with Insteon. You may be able to find the discontinued 2475da2 somewhere which allows for 0-10v control
        thanks! didnt know that existed.

        Think im just going to buy a newer dimmable LED ballast that can use a standard switch.

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