Probably not. It depends on the driver, but most have separate PWM connections. If you are running a constant current driver, adding resistance to the circuit for dimming is a bad idea.I got a dimmer knob and dimmable driver. Do i install this in line after the driver on the positive and negative and its that simple?
Gonna make another with cool whites and decide which i like better. I will need two later anyway.
To be honest .. not easy without knowing what driver you are talking about.Is their a vr in my driver? I would think thats where i solder my dimmer knob... i.know nothing about electronics lol.
Max voltage out is 36v so any led string can't exceed 36v when you add the voltage up.I dont think this will.blow up me 6w leds but i was hoping it would be easy peasy. Lol
I strongly disagree when it comes to lighting and especially tank controllers.I used to DIY a lot of stuff (LEDs, skimmers, even wave makers/propeller pumps and what have you.) But the prices of the commercially available stuff have gone way down (the law of supply and demand) that it just doesn't make a lot of sense to DIY anymore.
I still love the shimmer from my DIY LEDs on the old tank though