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Looking for Dimmable downlights with separate connections for colour - Warm white, daylight.

Discussion in 'Home Automation' started by a546345, 11 Feb 2020.

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    a546345

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    Looking for smart lighting for a new kitchen + diner.

    All lights will be individually wired back to a control box with relays and or dimmers.

    Home automation system is HomeSeer.

    I want to use relays to select the colour temperature of the lights. While cooking, I want a "cooking" scene, with bright daylight temperature lights.

    When I select the "eating" scene, then dim the lights around the hob etc, and switch to warm white.

    These Centurion lights get very close, but I don't want the lights themselves wirelessly controlled because they won't integrate into the rest of my automation.

    https://www.downlightsdirect.co.uk/centurion-cct-downlight-3000-5000k-fire-rated.html

    Anything out there that fits the bill? Thanks!
     
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    a546345

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    To answer my own question, I ended up using these
    https://www.collingwoodlighting.com/en/thea-16w
    They have a separate plug in box in between the fixture and the power supply. This plug in box has a switch on it to change the colour temperature. I will create a replacement plug in box with a relay to control the colour.
     
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