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Bias Light PWM sensitivity dimmer

Introducing Our 30Khz Flicker-Free Dimmers: The Smoothest and Most Comfortable Dimming Experience for PWM-Sensitive Individuals

We are excited to announce that we now offer a brand new dimming option. The new MediaLight Flicker-Free Dimmer provides the smoothest and most comfortable dimming experience for those who are sensitive to PWM (pulse-width modulation). If you have ever suffered from eyestrain, migraines or fatigue as a result of using a dimmer, then this is the product for you.

PWM flicker free bias lighting

It's estimated that up to ten percent of the population is sensitive to PWM, so we are confident that this new product will help many people. If you have been looking for a flicker-free dimmer, then look no further - the MediaLight 30Khz Flicker-Free Dimmer is the perfect solution.

When ordered from this website (international dealers may offer different dimmers), all LX1 Bias Lights ship with the new 30Khz dimmer when you select the default "button dimmer" option. You can also add one for free to any MediaLight order. Just email us your order ID and one of our aftersales support staff will modify your order.

We are always looking for ways to improve our products and offer the best possible experience to our customers. We know that this new 30Khz flicker-free dimmer will provide a soothing dimming experience for those who are sensitive to PWM. If you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to contact us - we would love to hear from you. Thank you for your continued support!

With MediaLight, you can finally enjoy the perfect dimming experience without worrying about PWM sensitivity or flicker. At the present time, the flicker-free dimmer is not available with a remote control (we're working on that!). However it can be coupled with a remote dimmer as long as the other dimmer is only being used for ON/OFF with the brightness set at 100%, which bypasses the remote's dimming function (It's not possible to run two dimmers in a series).

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