Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions is a place where you can find answers for most popular customer questions.
0-10V is one of the primary and simplest analogue lighting control protocols, that was used as the first fluorescent lighting control system. It is a control that provides a voltage between the ranges from 0 to 10V DC to generate variable intensity levels.
LED lights look great and have a wide range of applications. Both plain white and RGB LED strip lights can be used as task lighting at your office, or accent lighting in your home, or ambient lighting in the industrial area. LED lights are available in many forms and provide you with the creative potential to illuminate your space in the best and most attractive way possible.
Dimmers have become the fundamental parts of various lighting systems and applications around us. It will not only enable you to adjust the brightness of light around your home but also significantly reduce the electricity bills when paired with the LED light source.
PWM stands for Pulse Width Modulation which is another term for a kind of digital signal. PWM is employed in a wide range of applications including advanced control circuitry. Pulse Width Modulation control is commonly used in controlling the dimming of RGB LED lights.