Just bought an '80s house with a finished basement with 4 overhead neons. I;d like to replace them with 4 dimmable LED panels. I found some "Commercial Electric" 2' x 4' pairs (2 panels per box) at HD and bought two sets (a total of 4 panels).
First thing I learned is that I would need a 0v-10v dimmer/switch. I went with a Leviton DS710-01z, one of the recommended ones by the LED mfr.
So, I've had pretty good luck mounting the panels and I'm ready to start wiring.
The dimmer has 4 wires out and a ground...2 (black and white) 14AWG line voltage (120v) and 2 (gray and purple) 18AWG Low Voltage and the ground. If I'm going to run 4 connecting cables from the dimmer to the 4 panels, could I do 4 runs of 14/4 cable with ground? Or should I be running 4 runs of 14/2 for the line voltage and ground, then another 4 runs of low-voltage wire for the 0v-10v?
By the way, as I'm wiring all of this stuff parallel, might I be overloading the Leviton dimmer? (by using 4 panel). I couldn't find any indicators on the Leviton as to whether or not it had limitations?
So thanks in advance, I'll really look forward to your help here!