When autumn came, Zano launched the new ZGRIDLED+. Designed with contractors in mind, this LED lighting system is easy to install and use. It features a more extensive user interface, increased terminal size, and nine grid adapters for all of your installation needs. The unit also features a standard control knob for more straightforward operation. Here are some of its key features:
Dimming LEDs on one switch
If you’re considering adding LED lights to your home, you may wonder how to dim them. LEDs are small, sensitive devices that release electromagnetic radiation in the form of light whenever electrical energy passes through them. Unlike incandescent bulbs, which use electrical power to heat wires, LEDs need a driver electronics system to operate correctly. This component controls the current delivered from the mains to the emitter. LEDs, however, don’t work with traditional dimmers, as their voltage is sensitive.
When looking for a suitable dimmer for your new LED lights, you should first determine what type of LED bulbs you’re looking for. While most dimmers are compatible with LEDs, some are not. Visit the manufacturers ‘ websites to ensure your LED lights work with the dimmer. It will also help you find the dimmer compatible with your bulbs. This way, you can get the proper illumination for your home.
There are two basic types of LED dimmers: those that come with built-in drivers and those that are separate. Drivers for LEDs are different because they have respective terminals for control wires. Some of them are capable of combining both AM and PWM. They also can dim individual LEDs and other lights. This is called a “switched dimming” system. These systems can be used with commercial LED light fittings or dimming controllers.
If you’re planning to install LED lights in your home, research different types of dimmers before making any final decisions. With some research, you’ll save a lot of aggravation in the long run. In addition to that, you’ll be saving money on energy costs, too. When you install LED lighting, ensure that your switches and dimmers can handle the wattage of the bulbs.
Widest dimming range
Explicitly designed for dimming LED loads, the ZGRIDLED uses a proprietary control system to calculate the ideal dimming range based on the current waveform of the LED. The dimmer developed by Zano Controls also helps reduce lamp-born flicker and driver noise. It is compatible with all LED lamps, including GE, PHILIPS, and other LED lights. Its slim, streamlined module and large terminal capacity make it an excellent choice for residential and commercial settings.
A wide range of dimming solutions is available for LED lighting fixtures. The GRILLED family of dimmer modules offers an easy-to-install design and the most extensive dimming range of any LED dimmer. These dimmers feature enhanced terminal size, a giant control knob, and a streamlined module. All dimmers within the family have a 10-year warranty. They are easy to install and provide an excellent user experience.
The new ZGRIDLED range is a perfect retrofit solution for the Avenue Grid, Avenue Slim Grid, MK, and Smart Grid. The range includes nine adapters to fit different grid sizes, and Easy-fit installation features have an increased terminal size, control knob, and streamlined modules. GRILLED dimmers feature to learn and adopt technology that enables them to adapt to the load on the circuit, meaning you can install more lamps per circuit.
Designed with contractors in mind, the new ZGRIDLED+ offers a user interface that is easier to use and install. The product includes nine grid adapters and a standard control knob for easy installation. Zano claims that the ZGRIDLED150 is compatible with existing dimming systems. The system offers a wide range of dimming options and is ideal for retrofit installations.
Compatible with all LED lamps
You should find a suitable replacement if you want to make your existing halogen light bulb work with LED lights. Halogen bulbs are characterized by their transformer, which produces enough heat to burn off condensation. However, this doesn’t mean your new LED light won’t work with old halogen bulbs. You can ask the lighting specialist to help you find a suitable replacement. For instance, you can replace a 50-watt halogen light bulb with an LED-compatible bulb, which will be more energy-efficient.
A good brand will indicate whether it is dimmable, so you can make sure you purchase a lamp that matches. However, don’t assume that all LED lights are dimmable, as some are not. The LED driver/chip, dimming circuit compatibility, and other factors may affect dimming performance. Some LED lamps may not function correctly in dimming environments, while others may have problems due to damage or failure of the LED.
In addition to compatibility, you should know that dimmers aren’t universal. There are specific dimmer products designed for LED lamps, some of which don’t work with dimmers. Some may be line-voltage AC LED products that work directly on 120VAC power and might create flicker. Others, meanwhile, have drivers that regulate the voltage regardless of the current. Ensure your LED lamps are compatible with your existing dimmer before purchasing them.
In the United States, there are several types of dimmers. These include resistive, electronic, and leading-edge dimmers. Choosing a suitable dimmer to use with your LED lamps is essential. Then, you can install them in the appropriate dimmers. However, if you don’t find one that matches your existing dimmer, you can always buy a new one. A dimming switch can be a good option.
The GRILLED family is one of the most compatible and user-friendly dimmers for LED lighting systems. Its enhanced terminal size and streamlined module provide optimal functionality and convenience. The dimming range can be adjusted for different LED lamp types. The dimmer is compatible with both CFL and LED lamps. Its unique proprietary dimming technology effectively reduces lamp and driver noise. Its eight grid front adaptors enable the device to dim most types of LED lights.