I've got halogen spot bulbs, with GU10 connector, throughout my living room. All connected to one halogen dimmer. I'd like to replace them with LED spots, using the same fixtures as the halogen spots.
This made me wonder. There are LED spots that are specifically labelled dimmable. For halogen you need a special halogen dimmer. What kind of dimmer do LED spots require? The same as halogen spots or does a normal dimmer work as well?
I've tried one LED spot with my current halogen dimmer, and it works. It doesn't, however, dim the light as low as with halogen spots. This could, of course, be because it's simply not possible to dim LED spots that low. On the other hand, could the fact that I'm using a halogen dimmer instead of a normal one or the mix of halogen and LED spots in the same circuit be of any influence?