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    0-10 Volt Dimming

    0-10 volt dimming is becoming a popular dimming technology for LED's. As the LED industry expands, this technology is becoming a little more complicated. There are many things to consider for your specific application (inrush current, polarity of low voltage wiring, Class 1 vs. Class 2, etc.). The following document should detail 0-10 volt technology, along with showing what Lutron has to offer as solutions: http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...048587_Web.pdf

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    I am using led which is fine but when open 9apps on it than it makes problem what can be the issue ?

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