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  • #16
    Insteon (PWM) dimmer modules aren't the problem with LED lights. The bulbs themselves (although they are labeled as "dimmable") really don't work well. Two things happen when dimmed below 50%. First, the color spectrum shifts from warm white to cool white and second, the bulbs start to flicker at low PWM ddimming values.....Somebody tell me a brand of 120 VAC LED bulb that keeps it's warm color flicker-free when dimmed....Sticking with incandescent!

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    • #17
      Sylvania,but not dimmable to zero.
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      • #18
        Philips warm glow comes to closest to incandescents that I've found. They dim low and come on low as well.

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