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Old 06-06-2020, 08:47 AM   #1
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I like the little Rab floods. What I’m looking for, though, is one like it that dims. I want something that can provide low level comfort lighting but can be cranked up full blast for security lighting.

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I used these on a rooftop patio. Dims well with a forward phase dimmer and blends in to the architecture so they don’t stick out during the day. The no glare is a huge plus.

https://www.rablighting.com/feature/...let-floodlight


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I think RAB has a bilevel option for just that function, I have seen it in their spec sheets but I don't know how it's wired.
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Are you sure of this info?
Yes, for example look at

https://www.rablighting.com/sites/de...atasheet_0.pdf

The /BL part numbers are bilevel.
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