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Thread: 120v LED Strip & Dimming with RR-3PD-1

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    120v LED Strip & Dimming with RR-3PD-1

    Has anyone tried using these newer driverless 120v LED strips that are dimmable with the RR-3PD-1 plug-in dimmer? The manufacturers mention they can be dimmed with a standard ELV dimmer. Was wondering if anyone has had success before I purchase a test kit. Thanks!

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    RR-3PD-1 is a forward phase, no neutral dimmer. You will need the new RRD-PRO switched to ELV or the RRD-6NA to run that strip light properly. If you are trying to plug it in, then you'll need to manufacture the appropriate enclosure for the dimmer with pigtail ends to plug into the wall and the strip light.
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    Thanks Mike, appreciate the info!

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