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Thread: Is RRD-6D-XX dimmers compatible with RA2 select?

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    Is RRD-6D-XX dimmers compatible with RA2 select?

    I still have a lot of these dimmers in stock which are still perfect for use in MLV fixtures with or without LED bulbs but when I look at the compatibility chart, I don't see it listed as a compatible dimmer.

    Is that really true? Seems kind of weird to leave out one of the most popular dimmers ever invented by Lutron.

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    I know the 6D can still work with Full Ra. I would imagine that it would still recognize the dimmer, whether you can add it our not remains to be seen. I'd take one on your next install and give it a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDR-Mike View Post
    I know the 6D can still work with Full Ra. I would imagine that it would still recognize the dimmer, whether you can add it our not remains to be seen. I'd take one on your next install and give it a shot.
    Add it as a 6ND. It will work.

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