Difference between LW230 and LW430 series dimmer switches?

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     Meza says:

    Meza
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    Can someone explain the difference between the the two series of dimmers switches please?

    I have seen LW200 and LW400 series available. I would like to dim GU10 LED fixtures.

    Also, bonus points if someone knows how to get the 3 gang switches for £36, as listed on this page:
    http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk/shop/dimmers/lightwaverf-connect-rf-3-gang-master-dimmer-in-stainless-steel/

    When I click on the link it takes me to a 404 page on http://www.mismarthome.co.uk/

    thanks,

    Meirion

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     nevetsecirp says:

    nevetsecirp
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    The main difference between the 200 and 400 series, is that the 400 series is the new style, they were developed to work better with LED lights, specifically the megaman range, the 200 series was the original type designed for normal bulbs, although certain types of LED’s did work with them.
    I have both 200 and 400 series switches in my house and have to have different types of LED GU10s in each type. They LED’s in the 200 will not work in the 400 and vice versa, both types are dimmable.
    There has been lots of threads on the site regarding compatable gu10 bulbs, the latest thread can be found here http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk/forums/topic/gu10-led-compatible-and-available-in-uk/

    I think the only place you will find a 3 gang dimmer switch for that kind of price will be Ebay or Local B&Q Superstore that is selling the siemens type off.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xlightwaverf+3+gang.TRS0&_nkw=lightwaverf+3+gang&_sacat=0

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