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Afternoon. i have an LED replacement project where I will be using Lutron control. I cant remember the rule of thumb to apply to LED loads e.g 800W per zone for SELV, but this figure is reduced for LED. Can anyone remind me what that might be. Havent got the stomach to trawl their giudes or worse still phone the tech helpline!! Also, do you need an interface for any LED or does it depend on the fittings etc?

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Hi - not sure if you got the help you needed, but from my personal experience I have contacted Lutron support (details below) and they are very responsive - I find email (remover below spaces...) the best way so you can be sure you have presented your question fully.
Not sure on LED load per zone, if there is a reduce one at all - cant seriously see how you might ever get close to anything like that off LEDs. the problem might be the inverse... too little load, in which case you may need a synthetic unit. Talk to LUTRON they are there to help... I'm just a humble sod...

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