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Your LED lights are supposed to be bright and consistent, but if you're seeing flickering or dimming, this may indicate a problem with your Dali LED driver. The most common cause of flicker is loose connections in the power supply unit or dimmer switch; however, there are other things you can do to troubleshoot.
If your Dali LED driver is giving inconsistent brightness, try the below things:
1. Check The Power Supply
If you're using an external power supply, make sure that it's working properly and providing enough current to the driver. If you're using an internal power supply, check that it's plugged into a working outlet. If your Dali LED driver has built-in circuitry to regulate output voltage, make sure that it is set correctly for the current load. The brightness of your Dali LED fixture will vary depending on the current load. If you're using a heavy-duty extension cord, try replacing it with a shorter one or plugging your driver directly into an outlet.
2. Verify Proper Polarity
Many Dali drivers have polarity protection built in, but if yours doesn't or if the unit has been damaged during shipping, make sure that positive and negative wires are connected correctly. You can check this by removing the cover and looking at the LED strip itself: The cathode (negative) side of the strip should have a black band around it (or be marked with a "-" sign), while the anode (positive) side should be clear or white with no markings.
3. Check The Connection Between The Driver And The Fixture
If you have a high-quality fixture with an aluminium face plate and/or lens, then there's a good chance that you're running into interference issues between your driver and the fixture itself. This type of interference can cause flickering or strobing effects across one side of the faceplate when turning on or off certain lights in your home. To fix this problem, simply move away from any nearby wireless routers or phones that might be causing interference with your lighting system's wireless communication capabilities.
4. Replace Your Dali LED Driver
If you've gone through the above steps and still aren't getting the brightness you expect, then it's time to replace your driver. The driver is the circuit board that controls how many volts are coming out of your power supply and into your lights. If there is a problem with this, then it could be causing issues with brightness.
To find out more about LED drivers, how they work and how they can be replaced, chat with a professional at a service such as Linear Lux.Share
17 January 2023