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For 0-10V DC Dimming, 0V does not equate to 0 light output. The dimming ballast or drivers are rated for a 10-100% or 1-100% dimming range. To turn the fixture completely off, you also need a relay that kills power to the driver or ballast at the bottom end of the 0-10V range.


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If anyone is running into the same problem and is reading this post: I ended up fixing it and it's working just fine now. All I had to do was change the brightness down on the LEDs. I did some math (which, to be fair, I really should have done from the start) and apparently the strip was drawing more power than I estimated in the beginning. Bringing the ...


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