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    Options for controlling “warm dim” LED fixtures

    What Lutron wall box dimmers are compatible for use with light fixture that states: “Suitable for operation with a TRIAC or 0-10V dimmer.” ?

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    A triac dimmer is more commonly known as a forward phase dimmer. It is by far the most common type of dimmer on the market. Pretty much any LED-compatible dimmer from Lutron has a pretty good chance of working perfectly. I would look up the exact fixture you have, and check to see if the spec sheet includes a dimmer compatibility list. Since Lutron doesn't test fixtures manufacturer testing is your best bet. You can also do 0-10V dimming but it requires extra low voltage wiring to go from the dimmer to the fixture, so not practical/possible in a retrofit.
    Evan Kirkhart- Home Electronics Solutions
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