Dimming high voltage LED

  • I'd like to dim an aquarium LED light. Checked that DC going into LED bar is approx 134V and 37W. AC component is less than 2 voltage. Only one channel. Didn't see any electronics on LED bar, just LED elements glued to aluminium bar.


    As Dimmer 2 specs says " Dimmable LED: 50-200VA / 10W – 200W" - would it be able to handle this?


    Actually I have two identical LED lights. Assuming I would find power source powerful enough for two can I control two LEDs with single dimmer?


    Can it use DC for powering itself?


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    Edited once, last by tonisa ().

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