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LightORamaDan

Most people do not use them. The default for high burn is 100% and low burn is 0%. If you use large filament bulbs light spot lights a low burn setting higher than 0% can be used to keep the filaments hot so that they react faster when you turn them on. The high burn can be set to a number like 90% to help reduce the total current used by a controller. I have never used them myself.

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Thanks Dan!
My plan for next year is to go 100% LED's so I won't use them either unless I find that the LED's do not light until let's say 20% or so. Then I suppose I would set the minimum to that so fades would react faster correct?

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LightORamaDan

Yes you could make adjustments like that. Most LEDs seem to start a little sooner than incandescents. So when you fade them up, if you have LEDs and incandescents on the same channel, the leds would light faster and get to full intensity faster.

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