problem: alcove with 9" incandescent strip light controlled by dimmer
has once again failed due to dearest leaving it on days on end. The
fitting plastic has gone brittle brown and crumbly.
LED would be nice, but I cant find an integrated dimmable fitting..
anyone seen such?
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to
On 08/01/2013 21:06, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
There are some self adhesive backed LED strips of moderately high
brightness intended for nominal 12v operation. I think you would have to
implement your own PWM based brightness modulation though. eg
I bet they are not the cheapest source though.
Not at sensible prices. Look for LED kit intended for display cases and
mood lighting in commercial premises. Somehow the price rockets up.
It strikes me that LED strips would be ideal for use in fridges as the
incandescent lamp is dim, hot and usually obscured by yoghurt pots!
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