Electricians... please advise which led light I need

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Posted 26th JanEdited by:"redadmiral"
hi I just fitted this dimmer switch for home automation
dimmer
but can't identify the right type of E14 bulbs for our fitting. what do you guys use?


thanks
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The link is for a light switch and not a dimmer......

Will work as a on/off switch as long as you have a neutral wire handy - which is unlikely in the UK
tintin726/01/2020 22:28

The link is for a light switch and not a dimmer......Will work as a on/off …The link is for a light switch and not a dimmer......Will work as a on/off switch as long as you have a neutral wire handy - which is unlikely in the UK



thanks! I updated the link to the correct one sorry
You want to search for a e14 LED dimmable bulb,
toolstation.com/led…614
Something like this one but I’d check reviews first
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 26th Jan
It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you checked?.
ScubaDudes26/01/2020 22:54

It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you …It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you checked?.



I put a new cable to the back of the switch from an existing garage light. luckily the wall behind the switch is the.

it's turns the lights on and off via Google Voice but no dimming
Edited by: "redadmiral" 26th Jan
toolstation.com/led…383 - stonking deal on a 4 pack of dimmable (frosted candle).
If you try to dim a non-dimmable, it can react badly, tending to flicker or pulse.
In E14, candle is the most common, frosted, clear or clear filament style, there are also golfball and reflector
ScubaDudes26/01/2020 22:54

It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you …It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you checked?.



I put a new cable to the back of the switch from an existing garage light. luckily the wall behind the switch is the garage
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ScubaDudes26/01/2020 22:54

It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you …It's unusual to have a neutral already in place to the switch. Have you checked?.



I put a new cable to the back of the switch from an existing garage light. luckily the wall behind the switch is the garage
matth999927/01/2020 01:10

https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - …https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - stonking deal on a 4 pack of dimmable (frosted candle).If you try to dim a non-dimmable, it can react badly, tending to flicker or pulse.In E14, candle is the most common, frosted, clear or clear filament style, there are also golfball and reflector



these did the job😁
matth999927/01/2020 01:10

https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - …https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - stonking deal on a 4 pack of dimmable (frosted candle).If you try to dim a non-dimmable, it can react badly, tending to flicker or pulse.In E14, candle is the most common, frosted, clear or clear filament style, there are also golfball and reflector



matth999927/01/2020 01:10

https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - …https://www.toolstation.com/led-frosted-dimmable-candle-lamp/p76383 - stonking deal on a 4 pack of dimmable (frosted candle).If you try to dim a non-dimmable, it can react badly, tending to flicker or pulse.In E14, candle is the most common, frosted, clear or clear filament style, there are also golfball and reflector



these did the job😁thanks
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