I am new to the forum, so hello everyone! I hope I am posting this in the right spot. If not...let me know!
I recently purchased several RapidLED 0-10V Dimmable Nano Drivers (see rapidled.com) for a DIY LED lighting system. I then discovered the wonders of the Arduino and have decided to build a controller to, among other things, dim my LED's. The Nano LED driver is a 36V, 700mA constant current driver with a 0-10v dimmer. The dimmer has a self contained 10V power supply, so all you have to do is put a 100k potentiometer on it. I am familiar with the Arduino build at google.com/site/caddnima/myreeftank/led_controller which shows how to use the Mean Well ELN-60-48D LED driver. I would like to know if the Nano Driver can be used with the Arduino? The Nano appears to be made in China and I cannot find a datasheet for it.
So simply put...Can anyone tell me if the Nano LED driver can be dimmed using the Arduino and if so .... how?
Thanks a million.