constant current drivers and arduino?
i bought two constant current drivers that are designed to be hooked up to 12-18 3 watt leds. they are 650 ma each along with corresponding 3 watt leds that are the right ma and volt etc. that part is fine, i could hook them up and series and have them either on or off. I want to hook them up to an arduino r3 uno that i have to control dimming and brightness etc. i'm hoping 36 leds is too much and they need to be dimmed. o2 surplus has a nice program for the arduino.
problem is i don't know if what i got is compatible or how to wire it. or do you have to use a regular power supply and regular led drivers instead of the constant current ones.in the description is says "adopts pwm technology" which is how arduino dims but are they talking about using one of those rotary knob dimmers?