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    Lightbulb New Light Issue

    Hi everyone,I installed a new light on an existing PD-6WCL-WH-C standard Caseta dimmer. The light documentation says: "Do not use 0-10V or magnetic dimmer"I didn't think this was an issue but it's now flickering quite often.Question 1: Do I need to replace the dimmer?Question 2: Is there another Caseta dimmer I can replace it with?Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince81 View Post
    Hi everyone,I installed a new light on an existing PD-6WCL-WH-C standard Caseta dimmer. The light documentation says: "Do not use 0-10V or magnetic dimmer"I didn't think this was an issue but it's now flickering quite often.Question 1: Do I need to replace the dimmer?Question 2: Is there another Caseta dimmer I can replace it with?Thanks for your help
    "Do not use 0-10V or magnetic dimmer" sounds like they are asking for an ELV/reverse phase dimmer. Sometimes they are called trailing edge. If so, you need the PD-5NE.
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