Rako Wireless LED Dimmers – more methods of dimming LED lights with Rako Controls(part two)

This article is the second and last part of the general introducing of the Rako Wireless LED dimmer controls, following the Rako Wireless LED Dimmers (simple methods of dimming LED lights with Rako Controls, part one). This range of Wireless Dimmers from Rako Controls is really an innovative range – its designers have thought of most the lighting types and conceived a way to dim / control that particular kind of lighting! Check out below the other four Rako Wireless LED dimming methods.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 5 – DMX (for drivers requiring a DMX control input)

  • This is the Rako DMX controlling DMX LED driver.
  • Many fittings with three colour LEDs use a driver that requires theatrical control method called DMX. Rako’s RADMX unit is used to control these DMX drivers.
  • Uses a DMX LED Driver, the RADMX, 240V supply, DMX signal, 9-12V d.c.(e.g. RAPSU)
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • Buy online the Rako Wireless RADMX – DMX LED Driver.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 6 – 0-10v (for drivers requiring a 0-10v control input)

  • This is the Rako Controls dimming 0-10v drivers. A number of led drivers have been introduced using the fluorescent 0-10 analogue control method. In addition to the mains wiring a 0-10v control pair is required between controller and driver.
  • Rako’s RDF800C module and RAK-4F rack option are both suitable for this method of control.
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • Uses the Rako RDF800C Control Signal 0-10V LED Driver.
  • Buy online the Rako Wireless RDF800-C Ceiling Light Dimmer 0-10V fluorescent.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 7 – Mains dimmed using trailing edge dimmer

  • This is the Mains dimmed using trailing edge dimmers.
  • LED fittings designed to work from conventional mains dimming can be controlled by Rako’s RDT500C module or RAK-4 rack option. Both are trailing edge dimmers that offer smoother, silent dimming that is kinder to the electronic driver.
  • It also has the added advantage of working with small loads as low as 1w. LED lighting loads can be too small for conventional dimmers.
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • It uses the Rako RDT500C mains RF Trailing Edge Dimmer.
  • Buy online the Rako Wireless RDT500-C RF Trailing Edge Dimmer.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 8 – Non dimmed switching

Read more about the previous LED Dimming methods as introduced / supplied by the Rako Controls via the first part of this article, or purchase online the Rako Wireless Dimming Controls.

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