Can the individual dimmer (rotary) controls of 2 identical prefab PWM LED light dimmer units be removed and replaced with a single dual gang potentiometer to crossfade between them for the blending of 2 different color led circuits?
The PWM unit I am referencing is this one.
I cannot confirm the nature or values of the rotary control mechanism but as it comes in a pack of 3, they would likely all be identical, and they are almost certain to be some form of potentiometer. The manufacturer specifies one color of LED light per PWM module.
I hope to learn if there is any valid reason not to do this in the manner proposed. If after addressing the main question, you have a very simple suggestion that is more efficient, cost effective, space saving, and easier to implement for a person (me) who is mostly inexperienced with circuit building then please feel free to abstract away.
I would really like to find a dual gang potentiometer which has a log / anti-log profile but after a bit of searching, they apparently no longer exist. While I am certain many intelligent people would accomplish this same (log / anti log) feat using technologies in which I am not well versed, just for the sake of obtainability and realistic execution let's assume the only pots available to me commercially will be linear dual gang.
To be clear, my interest is in if the desired results can be achieved with / is it safe to accomplish this with a single dual gang potentiometer, 2 prefab PWM dimmer units, and 2 different colored LED lighting circuits which fall within the manufacturer's supported tolerances.
Thanks for any help, expertise, or patience exerted on the part of the reader.