I got a power switch which seems to have minimal load that makes it incompatible with LED lights.
Schneider GUPA1411BSS 1 Gang 1 Way PIR Switch — after unpacking I found it has only L, L1 and earth connections and a min load of 20W (220v). When mounted it fails to fully power my led light which are probably around 16W and is buzzing (lights blinking).
Product page at https://www.schneider-electric.co.uk/en/product/GUPA1411BSS/ultimate-screwless-flat-plate---occupancy-sensor-with-override---flush---2-wire-/ seems to miss that aspect.
Is there something I can do to make it work?
Updated info from the instrusctions:
Rating 230V ~50Hz Max Load 150W/150VA Min Load 20W/50VA
When using 12V electronic transformers, ensure that the minimum load on the circuit is no lower than the approximately 70% of the rated transformer load i.e. for a 65VA transformer, the minimum load would be 50W.
The transformer that I have on the LED lights seems to be 35W but I have no idea which is the effective load. It came with the lights and it has a feature where if powered down-and-up <5s it would switch the LEDs to dimmed mode. Sadly I can no longer reach the transformer a huge mess in the ceiling as the light panel was glued to it, so I am looking for a solution on the light switch side (wall).