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Thread: Correct control/switch for Hi-Lume A-Series LED driver with G4 bulbs

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    Correct control/switch for Hi-Lume A-Series LED driver with G4 bulbs

    I have posted this in the LED solutions as well but this sub-forum appears to be more read.

    I have two bedroom pendants each with their own Hi-lume A-Series driver (max 40W), and each with 7 1.5A G4 bulbs connected through separate strand wires. After connection, I was recommended to use the RRD-8S-DV as the control, but the control did not power on the lights. I would find out later that the RRD-8S-DV has a minimum 40W load (which makes no sense as the LED driver is max 40W). We have also tried using the RRD-6CL with no luck.

    Can someone please point out which would be the correct control to use? Thank you.

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    Hi ingan, I would suggest emailing the model of the driver to systemsupport@lutron.com. We'll then be able to recommend the correct dimmer or switch that will work for your drivers.

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    Thanks Mike, the model is LTEA4U1UKL. I will send that to the email you recommended.

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