We're installing new HALO ELG4069 dimmable LED ceiling lights. They say they need a "standard incandescent line voltage electronic dimmer". So we're planning to use an Insteon In-LineLinc dimmer (#2475DA1) and an Insteon dimmer switch (2477D) to control the lights without having to run a switch circuit across the room. Has anyone used this combination successfully? Successfully with HALO ceiling lights? Thanks for any help or suggestions.
I, like many others, have had success with some LED dimmable LED bulbs and not with others. Two brands that have always responded well for me are Sylvania and Triangle. Some Cree LEDs worked well, others did't.
There's no way to tell in advance. You'll just have to try them. Post your results
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I would purchase one and test it to see how it reacts. Even if someone used on in the past, the mfg. could have changed something which could change compatibility. I use the Phillips warm glow br30s and have no issues
I ran into that fact. Early Phillips Alien Head style LED bulbs. Changed the electronics to get more light from less LEDs. Only way to tell them apart was a "-A" suffix on the part number. Printed in real small letters on the box and bulb. They acted differently on dimmers I tried.
They worked fine in my dimmer tests. Though most of my Insteon devices are the On/Off type. As they where originally used with a CFL load.
I even have one of those Phillips L-Prize bulbs. The one our Department Of Energy gave a multi million dollar prize to. For the first LED bulb matching a high standard. Mine is on everyday for I believe six years now.