Ive installed LED downlights in my room, these : https://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-fixed-led-downlight-contractor-pack-white-370lm-5w-220-240v-10-pack/728fj
they are controller via a smart dimmer switch, this : https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07BKXMS6C/
they work fine, dim up and down but the lowest brightness is 10% (is still super bright), using the smart app you can set them to 1% which is much better
as the lights are all wired one to the next, to the next, i just wondered if i could permently reduce the current flow by using an inline resistor or an inline dimmer to lower the effective brightness? Basically so when the switch thinks the lights are at 10%, the power they are actually recieveing is more like under 5% brightness?
Im not an electricial so please dont shout at me if im asking for the impossible!!!