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Yes. You can do it IF the smart switch is programmable. I have read on the inovelli website that their switches can do exactly that. The switches need to be programmed as to not turn off the internal relay to the light. Since there is still a way to disengage power to the light(small pin to pull out), it meets code requirements. Then just need to program ...


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You still have to comply with Building Codes The Building Codes are crystal clear: There must be a physical switch, in a quasi-standard location (you can walk into any room anywhere and your hand knows the 2-3 places to grope for a switch). The switch must be accessible by people who aren't you, and the switch must operate a light that works. That ...


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The first problem is probably the dimmer, you need a smart dimmer (they usually require a neutral) some lighted switches use neon lights in the switch, even these draw enough to light many types of LED lamps. There are some dimmers that are LED compatible that do not require a neutral. You need to find an LED compatible switch and everything will work the ...


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The box says NON-DIMMABLE. You have a dimmer. LEDs are different from incandescents. With incandescent bulbs, you can leak a little current through a light and it doesn't matter. You can vary the current and it works fine. With LED bulbs, a little current goes a long way. So a very tiny bit of current leaked through by a dimmer "nearly off" or for ...


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This is definitely cheap Chinese. The UL listing appears to be faked. Feel free to buy the lamp for its aesthetic elements, but buy a boring old UL listed lamp for the actual light part.


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The E14 base is European, as is the 110 voltage. Yes and No. E14 is typically European. But European voltage is typically 230. 110 is actually more of a US number. So right away that raises questions. In addition, it does not say the typical UL Listed. Instead it says UL Certified. Which is potentially OK, but another question to consider - as in: Is that ...


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JC : J From the word “Jod” – It means “Iodine” in German and indicates that it is a Halogen lamp. C From the word “Cine” Indicates that the primary application for lamp is Cinema but can include Optics & Projection & Other Markets This halogen bulb is a low voltage bulb, commonly found under counters, in desk lamps, or as accent lighting. This type ...


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