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As in the title.

The varilight V-pro and MK intelligent dimmer both say they can dim up to a maximum of 10 LED's. Why can they dim no more, even if the maximum wattage is not reached? I can find no explanation on their sites.

Zano produce a dimmer which can dim a much higher amount of LED's, what's the difference?

I need to dim 26 x 5 watt led's on a 2 gang dimmer (white). Each gang has 13 LED's. The Zano Zlineled will do this but I'm wondering if there are any others as it's fairly expensive?

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