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For questions regarding lighting that uses LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology.

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Yes, that's fine. The 'maximum wattage' rating listed on a light fixture is actual watts, not incandescent-equivalent-watts. So in this case, your 7W LED bulb is well under the 25W maximum rating of your fixture, so it will be fine to use. …
answered Dec 9 '19 by Nate S.
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Your current circuit is 240V split phase, which means both wires are hot and there is no neutral. Therefore, to switch it on and off, both hot wires need to be disconnected together. Your switch is …
answered May 14 '19 by Nate S.
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This can be done with wireless smart bulbs (or fixtures) and a remote switch in place of your current light switch. I'm going to describe how to do it with the Phillips Hue series, since I'm more fam …
answered Apr 23 '19 by Nate S.