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I installed about 15 -500 lumen Sylvania dimmable LED lights. I would like to put circuits on a UPB dimmers to interface with HAI OmniPro II. The HAI dimmers are not compatible with LEDs for dimming application. Any suggestions for UPB controlled LED dimmers??? Thanks!
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I installed about 15 -500 lumen Sylvania dimmable LED lights. I would like to put circuits on a UPB dimmers to interface with HAI OmniPro II. The HAI dimmers are not compatible with LEDs for dimming application. Any suggestions for UPB controlled LED dimmers??? Thanks!

I use the hai switches with led all the time. I just finished an 6000 sq ft house all led using hai dimmers.

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1. which HAI switches?
2. what LED bulbs?

Installed about 30 new LED cans, am using HAI UPB switches and cannot get consistent dimming. I think the problem is the total load on each circuit is not enough to meet the min specified by HAI and other UPB manufacturers. Designed long before LED was considered to be a viable, commercial option.

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