Dimmable LED Downlights

RC Lighting is the leading manufacturer and supplier of dimmable LED downlights, and other interior lighting solutions like recessed LED downlights, commercial led downlights, surface mounted LED downlights, etc. You’ll only get the most durable light fixture that’ll let you control its brightness.

You can also expect fast delivery, a 5-year warranty, and 100% quality testing for the products you’ll receive. If you want to discuss your projects, get in touch with us now.

Dimmable LED Downlights
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Adjustable Dimmable Downlights
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Dimmable LED Downlights
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Dimmable Grille Downlights
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Outdoor Dimmable Downlights

Hot-Selling LED Dimmable Downlights

LED dimmable downlights will help you create the perfect atmosphere for your indoor space. It comes with a dimmer that will allow you to adjust the brightness to suit your current mood. They can be used in the kitchen and bedroom, etc.

  • Material: ADC12 die-cast housing aluminum
  • CCT: 2700K/3000K/4000K/6000K.
  • CRI80/90 for single CCT, CRI97 for Dim-to-Warm version
  • IP44/IP54/IP65 waterproof.
  • High lumen efficiency, 100lm/Watt.
  • External flicker-free driver.
  • Dimming: Non-dim, triac, 0-10V, DALI.

If you have a specific design for your dimmable LED downlights, let us know. We can work on that design to produce it for you. Get your quote now.

Dimmable LED Downlights Wholesale at Competitive Prices

RC Lighting understands the need for value. We are not just serious about providing high-quality dimmable LED downlights. We’ll also make sure you get the best value for your money.

While it’s not our practice to have a minimum order quantity, you can expect a very competitive price if you order in bulk. Give us your wholesale quantity and your design specifications. We’ll give you a reasonable quotation for it. Ask for a quotation now.

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Dimmable LED Downlights Customized to Your Specifications

Does your project require unique lighting solutions? We’ll help you create specific indoor dimmable LED downlights.

You can ask for it to be recessed or hanging from the ceiling. If you don’t have an idea about what you need, you can show us your project plans. Our team of experts will provide their expert opinion about it.

You can also specify the materials, color, size, and shape that you prefer. If that interests you, call us to finalize your order.

Why Choose RC Lighting?

RC Lighting is the leading outdoor and indoor LED lighting manufacturer. We’ve been doing this since 2013. We’ve catered to various professionals – from landscape contractors, construction companies, lighting wholesalers, lighting solutions companies, and real estate businesses.


You are free to order 1 unit if that’s all your project requires. You’ll get discounts if you order more.

Fast Delivery

Our standard production time is 7-9 workdays. And delivery can take 3 to 7 days (air shipping) or 15 to 35 days (sea shipping).

Lower Price

Our prices are competitive. You’ll get a fair quote for your order. You can also expect discounts for bulk orders.


We only use the best equipment and provide unique and innovative designs. That’s how we fulfill our commitment to producing high-quality dimmable LED downlights.

Customer Service

We’ll give you experience and expertise. Our customer support team is friendly, professional, and very accommodating. They’ll guide you from start to finish.

5 Year Warranty

All our indoor and outdoor lights come with a 5-year warranty. This is proof of our confidence in our high-quality dimmable LED downlights.

Real Reviews from Real Customers

We work hard to make sure you get the best dimmable LED downlights. But don’t take our word for it! Here’s what our clients have to say.

“The dimmable LED downlights that we got from RC Lighting were exactly what we wanted. You can see that the lights are really done well. Thank you!”
Bryce Langfield
Lighting Designer
“We’re very impressed with the recessed dimmable led downlights that RC Lighting delivered. Each light was packaged securely. We will definitely order from this company again.”
Eddie Whitehead
Coffee Shop Owner
“RC Lighting is a pleasure to work with. They were able to give us the specific recessed led downlights that fit perfectly in our home. Talking to their team made the whole experience incredible.”
Steve Ponder
Villa Owner

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the commonly asked questions about dimmable LED downlights. While we know that every order will vary, your questions may be included in the list below. If you have more questions, feel free to reach us through Whatsapp (+86 18680592768) or email us.

Dimmable LED lights are for indoor use. They’re perfect for mood lighting. You can choose to leave the lights to be bright enough for a party you’re hosting. Or you can dim the lights to create a romantic atmosphere while having dinner with a loved one. These can be recessed dimmable LED downlights or you can have them hanging from the ceiling of your bedroom, dining area, living room, etc. You can also use it to highlight architectural structures in your home. Like maybe a painting on your wall, a column with intricate designs, or other artworks and sculptures around. If you need help with your lighting plans, our customer support is ready to lend their expertise.

Not all LED downlights are dimmable - BUT, you can convert them into a dimmable version. It’s easy to do and the LED design makes it possible.

Since the dimmable feature isn’t a standard among LED lights, you have to be clear in letting us know if you want to add this. That way, we can build the dimmable LED downlights as per your request.

The answer to this will depend on where you plan to use the dimmable LED lights. There are areas in a home that doesn’t require dimmable features. While there are those that are perfect for that type of lighting solution.

It’s all about the purpose and the location where you want to use the dimmable LED lights. Workspaces like kitchen counters won’t have a need for dimmable lights. It always requires bright lights.

So make sure you plan where to put the lights first before you decide if it’s a worthwhile investment or not.

If you’re not sure about where to position your lights, our team of experts is ready to help.

Since LED lights and incandescent lights work differently, it’s not advisable to use incandescent dimmers and pair them with LED lights. The incandescent lights are traditional and use a filament that heats up to produce light.

Your best option is to use the exact dimmer that’s intended for recessed dimmable LED lights. Ask us about the LED dimmers that we have available.

It’s not ideal to put a non-dimmable LED bulb in a dimmer.

Dimmers are switches that are designed with variable resistors. This allows it to change the brightness intensity of a light fixture.

Usually, these dimmers can support advanced technology lights like LEDs and CFLs. But not all these lights are meant to be dimmed. If you attach it to non-dimmable LED lights, this can compromise the integrity and function of the light fixture.

The only way it can work is if the dimmer is 100% or if it allows the light to be fully on. If you put it in between, the light will flicker and produce a buzzing sound. It’ll eventually cause irreparable damage to the bulb.

If you need dimmable LED downlights, let us know. We’ll give you a quote.

Dimmers aren’t exactly bad for light bulbs. The way dimmers work, they limit the electricity that flows into the bulb. This puts less strain on the bulb to shine brighter and longer. That means when you use dimmers properly, it can extend the bulb’s lifespan.

Not only that, but it can also save energy because you can limit the electrical consumption as needed.

We offer different dimmers and recessed LED downlights. Get your quote now.

There are two types of light dimmers.

Both are used for phase cutting types of dimmers. As the name suggests, the leading edge is used by dimmers that cut the front edge of the half-cycle of every AC wave. The trailing edge, on the other hand, cut the second half of every half cycle.

Let us know if you want your dimmer to be leading edge or trailing edge. You can specify your preference by talking to our customer support.

It is best to look at the product details to learn if the dimmer switch is compatible with an LED light bulb. Manufacturers must specify whether the product is compatible with LED bulbs. If there’s none, feel free to ask. Or you can go find another product that has the right labels. Make sure you also check the maximum load capacity to ensure that you’re buying the right LED light bulb.

Yes, recessed lights can be dimmed as long as it uses LED light. Fluorescent light bulbs can be dimmed unless it uses a dimmable ballast.

For lighting experts, they prefer to use LED downlights anyway. So if you want to install recessed downlights, make sure you use LED. The hidden lights give off a clean-looking design. It can also help highlight areas without the fixture ruining the overall look. All you’ll see is the brightness emanating from it.

We have a lot of available designs for LED recessed lights. Get a quote from our customer support now.

You can find the difference between dimmable and non-dimmable LED downlights in their parts. LED lights that are dimmable have a special circuit that allows them to respond to dimmer switches. The dimming effect is produced by adapting to the changes in forms.

Non-dimmable LED downlights can only be turned ON or OFF. There’s no circuit inside that allows it to be dimmed gradually.

Dimmer switches work only with lights that come with dimming features such as LEDs, CFLs, and other advanced lighting technology. Lights should mention specifically that they can be dimmed.

The moment you use a dimmer switch on a non-dimmable LED bulb, you’ll eventually destroy it. So don’t use it together. The dimmer might cause the bulb to overheat and be a fire hazard.

If you need to look at dimmable LED downlights, we have several designs for you to choose from.

The primary cause of the flickering would depend on what light bulb you’re using.

If you’re using non-dimmable LED downlights, the flicker is caused by the inability of the bulb to dim the lights.

If it’s a dimmable LED downlight that’s flickering, it might be a problem with the dimmer switch. You see, these switches have a minimum compatible load or Watts it can process. That means an LED downlight with high wattage requires a dimmer switch with a high minimum load capacity.

If you’ve got compatible downlights and switches, it might be an issue with the mode on the dimmer switch. You can change the mode or just reset it to factory settings.

It depends on what you get. There are dimmer switches - even light bulbs, that can emit toxic electrical frequencies. If there’s a lot of dimmer switches at home, it might cause increased health risks.

This is why it’s important for you to choose a reputable manufacturer when buying dimmer switches and dimmable LED downlights.

Make sure you take into consideration the hazards that come with having a mismatched dimmer switch and light bulb. If they don’t have the same load capacity, it might be a fire hazard.

You can ask our light experts to know if our dimmable LED downlights are the right fit for your dimmer switches.

When it comes to quantity, you can put more than 10 LED bulbs on one dimmer switch. But this will still depend on the specific dimmer switch that you’ll buy.

It’s also important that you consider the maximum rating of the dimmer switch. Like if the dimmer switch has a max rating of 200W, it can run 4 of 50W dimmable LED downlights.

Talk to our experts if you want help in determining how many dimmer switches and LED downlights you should get.

Yes, the main reason why dimmable LED downlights are more expensive is because of the additional technology that it has. You see, it has circuitry that’s not included in non-dimmable LED lights. This circuit allows it to accept the changing phases that come from the dimmer switch.

Although the dimmable lights are more expensive, it would still be worth it. Why? Because it allows you to save on electricity. Instead of having the lights on full blast all the time, you can choose to dim it. Dimming the lights mean it won’t consume as much energy.

And if you get LED lights, you’ll save even more. These lights are durable, long-lasting, naturally energy-efficient, and don’t require high maintenance.

Yes, sometimes dimmer switches can cause fires. But there are ways to avoid this problem.

First of all, you have to make sure that the dimmer switch and lights are compatible. If the wattage capacity isn’t the same, it might become a fire hazard.

Not only that, using dimmer switches on non-dimmable lights can cause the bulb to overheat. That can also make it a fire hazard.

If you have further questions or need any help, contact us now.

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