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Don't think so.. but can't tell w/out a wiring diagram..
Product parameter:
Input voltage£º AC85-250V
Output voltage£º AC85-250V

Max output current£º 10A
It is like this:
NOTE: the dimmer just for 220V-240V led dimmable light .
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/led-...16443.html?spm=2114.10010108.1000023.4.rCyHqN

now that said it is possible to find the 0-10V circuit and tap off that to the driver (Inventronics)


This should work
350882605023

That driver can be dimmed w a simple potentiometer as well. Has an internal 10v "source"..

After re-reading your Amazon ad.. I change it to probably..
Welcome to use 0-10v signal dimmer, this simmer is AC85-250 input, and output AC85-250V and 0-10v analog dimming signal.
;)
you'd hook the 10v out from the box to 10v in and ground.. 10v out (on the driver) is ignored. At least that is how I remember it.. Inventronics seems to be 'off line" currently but did some BML driver digging in the past.
BML still exists and it is a simple question for them to answer..
 

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Damn, I think you're right about using the POT and internal 10V... FYI, I did ask BML and they confirmed this dimmer would work, but it's good to know that it could be done with a simple POT too, thanks



Don't think so.. but can't tell w/out a wiring diagram..


It is like this:

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/led-...16443.html?spm=2114.10010108.1000023.4.rCyHqN

now that said it is possible to find the 0-10V circuit and tap off that to the driver (Inventronics)


This should work
350882605023

That driver can be dimmed w a simple potentiometer as well. Has an internal 10v "source"..

After re-reading your Amazon ad.. I change it to probably..
;)
you'd hook the 10v out from the box to 10v in and ground.. 10v out (on the driver) is ignored. At least that is how I remember it.. Inventronics seems to be 'off line" currently but did some BML driver digging in the past.
BML still exists and it is a simple question for them to answer..
 
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