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Thread: LMJ-5T-DV-B to dim 0-10V LED fixture

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    Question LMJ-5T-DV-B to dim 0-10V LED fixture

    Hello, we need to dim a bunch of LED recessed lights and the housing is dimmable using 0-10V technique. For a RA2 system the only option we have is to add a LMJ-5T-DV-B controlled via a seeTouch keypad. The spec of the LMJ module mentions a max load of 5A, so at 120VAC that would give us around 600VA or roughly 600W. Assuming we have 22 housings consuming each 15W, total 330W, are we good to go? Thank you.

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    Your math looks right. Shouldn't have a problem on the 0-10v side either.
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