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sold/shipped by Amazon has Lithonia Lighting 8" Multi-Volt Ultra Thin Integrated LED Downlight, 3000K in White for $15.50. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Home Depot has Lithonia Lighting 8" Multi-Volt Ultra Thin Integrated LED Downlight, 3000K in White for $15.50.Notes:
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Updated OP to include both styles of trim. Happy shopping!
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Just remember that the mvolt (multi-volt) fixtures require special (and expensive) 0-10v dimmers that require additional/separate low voltage wiring. Regular dimmers will not work.
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what's the difference in the two? edit- i see the baffle
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Just remember that the mvolt (multi-volt) fixtures require special (and expensive) 0-10v dimmers that require additional/separate low voltage wiring. Regular dimmers will not work.
Can you elaborate on this? What is the additional wiring and can you name one of these dimmers? I am pretty sure these will work on standard LED compatible dimmers.

Edit: I read the instructions and see the option for one but I don't think it is required for dimming just for additional dimming range maybe?
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Can you elaborate on this? What is the additional wiring and can you name one of these dimmers? I am pretty sure these will work on standard LED compatible dimmers.

Edit: I read the instructions and see the option for one but I don't think it is required for dimming just for additional dimming range maybe?
Would like yo know as well. I have LEDs put on dimmers which start flashing some times when another light is turned on. I can adjust the dimmer level and then the flash will go away. Is some special dimmer required for these LEDs or it's due to another reason? Thanks
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Would like yo know as well. I have LEDs put on dimmers which start flashing some times when another light is turned on. I can adjust the dimmer level and then the flash will go away. Is some special dimmer required for these LEDs or it's due to another reason? Thanks
Yeah you likely have a standard incandescent dimmer. It has a much higher voltage range than an LED or "multi" dimmer switch.

Will it still work? Yes, it'll probably work quite well and shouldn't be too hard on your LED fixtures (if good quality). It just gets a little wonky at the lower voltages.
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By now, we're already buying LED dimmers. Is he talking about some other dimmer thats more specific with a voltage range ? Or does he just think most ppl will try to use it with their old incandescent dimmer ?
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Can you elaborate on this? What is the additional wiring and can you name one of these dimmers? I am pretty sure these will work on standard LED compatible dimmers.

Edit: I read the instructions and see the option for one but I don't think it is required for dimming just for additional dimming range maybe?
In addition to normal wires (black, white and ground), these multi-volt fixtures also have 2 additional wires (grey and purple) which are 0-10v dimmer wires. The only way to dim these multi-volt fixtures is to connect these extra wires to special 0-10v dimmers that also have 2 extra wires (grey and purple). If you think about this it makes sense because the multi-volt fixtures work with multiple voltages and thus normal dimmers which dim by varying the voltage will not dim these fixtures (they will in fact make these lights flashed if voltage reduces to a certain level)
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Just remember that the mvolt (multi-volt) fixtures require special (and expensive) 0-10v dimmers that require additional/separate low voltage wiring. Regular dimmers will not work.
Thanks for the info. I had no idea. Saved me a big headache
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Any useful video on how to install these on 2nd floor room which has no recessed lights yet. I would love to do this DIY. I have done replacement of ballast lights with LED recessed ones in my kitchen but in that case the hole and wiring etc was already there.

Attic is accessible from 2nd floor but how the 'new' wiring needs to be done is unclear. Could not find a good diy video on youtube. Also any specific tips on where to drill the saw holes. (near/far from stud etc)?
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