Secondly I wondered if anyone knows whether there’s a smaller resistive load that could be used as this one is 59mm diameter so quite large. What you’ve been told is largely gobbledygook. Some have been waiting longer! Thanks for this info. I had the same problem, so returned them and got and bought from ledhut instead and my setup now runs fine.

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Yes this does work. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. A two gang dimmer switch, I did a lot of research beforehand and thought that this setup should work fine. They are also switching mode power supplies, but are designed specifically to work under triac- based dimming.

It’s really a switching mode power supply intended for powering LEDs. Viewing 6 posts – 1 through 6 of 6 total.

I’m guessing that lightwaveRF also does as well.

Yes you should attach the resistive load between the LED transformer and main well, in parallel with the LED mains input to be more precise. Not bothered about them being dimmable but, if that is lightwaaverf by-product, then that’s fine too. Would this one be suitable?


I don’t know if these exist.

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Thanks for this info. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Hi there, I recently bought my first Lightwave product. When I connect the lights lightwagerf the dimmer the LEDs just flash on quickly and then off for around 1 second and then back on quickly.

I’m just concerned this one says minimum load Calculate the power draw and find your driver. Some have been waiting longer! If you can put up lightwzverf the halogen looking different you are nowhere near the max load with one halogen and seven LEDs. The small amount of commission obtained helps Chris fund this site for us all to come here and obtain advice and tips, offer advice and tips, have a moan, and so on.

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Built using lightdaverf following technologies: It’s not working because what you linked isn’t a transformer, even though they describe it as one. I have 2 strips of LED lights, 3M each wired in parallel. They function by monitoring the incoming waveform and determine how much dimming is being applied.


I gave up waiting for the new gen heating controls after two years of waiting. Hi I am looking to kit out my house with lightwave gear next week. Suggestions for getting it working Linear load: Buy a switch that works with your LEDs.

I’ve found this one. Hopefully changing the lef to a dimmable one will allow the LightwaveRF switch to function. Tado for heating and cooling.

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Amazon UK has a 2 channel unit herewhich would work for you and provide an extra channel if you needed it later, for something else. Lightaverf Homeeasy switches, harmony hub controlling AV and air con.

Dave 1, 4 Please remember to check out the price comparison guide on this site and if possible, purchase your new kit and lamps by clicking throught the links here. For example, a 10W one: