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Hi Guys, Can you mix Hi Frequency Fluorescent fittings with Led fittings on the same radial circuit? Have 2 led fittings flickering. I know it could be cheap drivers. Also, could anyone recommend 5ft single or double Led 50/80W battens, which are weatherproof for warehouse replacements? I did think of UFO's but need the headroom in places. Thanks in advance.!
 
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Hi Guys, Can you mix Hi Frequency Fluorescent fittings with Led fittings on the same radial circuit?
What do you mean by this?

Have a separate HFF fitting and a separate LED on one circuit?

Or an LED lamp in an HFF fitting?

The former is ok, the latter is not.
 
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What do you mean by this?

Have a separate HFF fitting and a separate LED on one circuit?

Or an LED lamp in an HFF fitting?

The former is ok, the latter is not.
Okay, there is a LED light, then 1 HFF light then another LED, then 2 HFF lights installed on the ceiling in a row, 1 circuit looped in/out to next fitting. The 2 LED lights are flickering, one worse than the other.
 
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Have they ever worked?

Supply voltage is stable? Within tolerance?

I don't see how the HFF would cause any issue.
 

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There is no issue with LED and HFF or any other light fittings on the same lighting circuit.
Are the LED lamps fed by the correct drivers? Did you just swap them over? Or are they LED fittings?
JCC LED strip fluorescents are good, easy to instal and all are dimmable
 
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There is no issue with LED and HFF or any other light fittings on the same lighting circuit.
Are the LED lamps fed by the correct drivers? Did you just swap them over? Or are they LED fittings?
JCC LED strip fluorescents are good, easy to instal and all are dimmable
The lights were previously replaced to LED as each Fluorescent failed
thinking they would end up with all LEDs. They have worked for 2 years so I'm thinking it is the drivers that are failing. There is nothing wrong with the supply. Any recommended LED lights weatherproof battens would be appreciated. Thanks for the replies guys.
 
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