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    Quote Originally Posted by Strathead View Post
    Wrong. It means the fixture will not be dimmed in that room. As you can see that fixture, isn't even available without a dimming driver, either standard 0-10 or two different Lutron options.
    Strat I don't I don't follow. How is it not dimmed if the fixtures calls for 0-10v dimming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    Strat I don't I don't follow. How is it not dimmed if the fixtures calls for 0-10v dimming?
    Now I don't really follow. The fixture doesn't "call" for 0-10v dimming it is just equipped with the capability of 0-10v dimming. Take an old incandescent fixture. It is capable of being dimmed. But it isn't a dimmed fixture unless they put a dimmer on the wall. Basically the same thing. The fixture is capable of being dimmed, but it isn't dimmed unless they call for a component that controls the dimming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strathead View Post
    Now I don't really follow. The fixture doesn't "call" for 0-10v dimming it is just equipped with the capability of 0-10v dimming. Take an old incandescent fixture. It is capable of being dimmed. But it isn't a dimmed fixture unless they put a dimmer on the wall. Basically the same thing. The fixture is capable of being dimmed, but it isn't dimmed unless they call for a component that controls the dimming.
    I'm definitely in agreement with Strat on this one, but if there's still any hesitation, are you able to submit an RFI?
    I'm offended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kansas Mountain View Post
    I'm definitely in agreement with Strat on this one, but if there's still any hesitation, are you able to submit an RFI?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strathead View Post
    Now I don't really follow. The fixture doesn't "call" for 0-10v dimming it is just equipped with the capability of 0-10v dimming. Take an old incandescent fixture. It is capable of being dimmed. But it isn't a dimmed fixture unless they put a dimmer on the wall. Basically the same thing. The fixture is capable of being dimmed, but it isn't dimmed unless they call for a component that controls the dimming.
    Ok, I understand what your saying but I thought since the cat # called for 0-10v it was going to be dimmed. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kansas Mountain View Post
    I'm definitely in agreement with Strat on this one, but if there's still any hesitation, are you able to submit an RFI?
    RFI deadline passed. Will qualify. Thanks.

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