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Dim-to-Warm - Hardwired Wall Dimmer Pro Strip Light Kit

$265.00 - $340.00

Sienna Dim-to-Warm LED Strip Light

 Sienna Dim-to-Warm LED Strip Light

Dim-to-Warm Hardwired Pro Kit

Which Controller Should I Select?

If you just need a basic, cost-effective wall dimmer, the Lutron Diva is a great manual dimmer that is easy to install for any experienced electrical enthusiast. If you are looking for a wall dimmer that will connect to your smart home device and leave room for future smart home expansion, the Lutron Caseta Dimmer Kit with Smart Bridge is the way to go.

What Comes in the Kit?

Each of our Dim-to-Warm LED Strip Light Hardwired Pro Kits comes with:

LED Strip Light:

(1) 16 ft Reel of Sienna™ Dim-to-Warm Series LED Strip Light

Power Supply

(1) Zurik EMLV Dimmable Driver specifically sized to your strip’s wattage consumption

Choose a Controller or Switch

(1) Lutron Diva 150W Dimmer  or  (1) Lutron Caseta 150W Dimmer Kit with Smart Bridge
(1) Lutron Claro Wallplate


(5) Grip Strip to Wire Connectors with 36” of wire

(5) Grip Jumper Connectors with 6” of wire

Priceless Service

Free project design from our award winning project design team
Lifetime installation and troubleshooting support 
15-year LED strip light warranty
30-day money back guarantee


Installation Diagrams and Downloads:

Installation Guide

General LED Strip Light Installation Guide

Solderless Connector Guide

Grip Connectors Installation Guide

Installation Diagram for Hardwired Pro Kit with Caseta:

 Dim to Warm Caseta Pro Kit


Installation Diagram for Hardwired Pro Kit with Diva:

 Dim to Warm Diva Pro Kit


  • CCT range 3000K-1800K
  • 15-year LED strip warranty
  • 24V DC constant voltage input
  • UL Listed (cULus) E362522
  • 120 degree lighting beam angle
  • Single-bin LED selection to ensure color consistency (3-Step MacAdam)
  • 3M VHB 4930 adhesive
  • Width: 3/8” (10mm)
  • Height: 1/16” (2mm)
  • Thick 4oz pure copper PCB
  • Ambient temperature: -4ºF to 104ºF (-20°C to 40°C)
  • Short LED pitch of 1/8” (3.5 mm)
  • Cuttable every 3 3/8" (83.3 mm)
  • 50,000 hour lifespan (8 hours a day for 17 years)
Product no. SKU Color - CCT Watts / Foot (Meter) Lumen / Foot (Meter) Luminous efficacy (Lumens / watt) CRI Gamut Score Rg (Color Sat.) Relative Fidelity score (Rf)
1800K 0.4 W/ft / (1.3 W/m) 20 lm/ft (67 lm/m) - 95 73 77
3000K 3.4 W/ft / (11 W/m) 311 lm/ft (1020 lm/m) 99.1 94 100 92

Dim-to-Warm Plug and Play Kit FAQ:

Q: What is Dim-to-Warm?

Dim-to-Warm is a technology that lowers an LED’s color temperature when dimmed, allowing for smooth variations in warm white light (from 3000K to 1800K). This was designed to imitate the familiar, natural feeling of dimmed incandescent lighting, while delivering highly efficient lighting.

Q: How Does Dim-to-Warm Work?

The UltraBright™ Sienna Dim-to-warm strip light has an internal control circuit which dims the 3000K LED chip first and later starts to control the current of the 1800K chip. The color temperature gets warmer when dimmed. Dim-to-Warm follows a dimming curve to simulate the dimming of an incandescent lamp. The technology allows standard dimmers to provide sophisticated control and smooth, natural dimming.

Q: What is correlated color temperature? (CCT)

The color of light can be quantified by referring to its color temperature. White light is measured in Kelvins (K). Most white lights fall in a spectrum between 1800K and 6200K. When dropping below 3000K, the light becomes noticeably warmer. On the other end of the spectrum, the lights become cooler and emit a blue-ish tint as they rise above 6500K.

Q: What is the product warranty?

Because of our unyielding confidence in the quality of our product, we offer a 15-year warranty on our UltraBright™ Sienna Dim-to-Warm Series LED strip lights. For more info, please read our warranty policy.

Q: What do I need to turn on my lights?

To turn on these LED strips, you will need to connect them to a 24V low-voltage power supply. The type of power supply may vary, as you can use a Dimmable power supply and pair it with an AC wall dimmer, or use a non-dimmable power supply with a single color compatible controller. We recommend using our solderless Grip Connectors to make connections after cutting the strip to length if needed. If you are familiar with soldering, you can go ahead and do so to make more permanent connections, but please test your expertise on a small segment of strip before committing to solder your entire project.

Q: Which Power Supply do I need for my (x) feet of LEDs?

The length of LED strip lights of your project will determine the size of the power supply you need. View our Power Supply chart to find the exact LED power supply you need.

Q: What is CRI and TLCI and why should I care?

Color rendering index (CRI) measures how colors are correctly rendered under a light source in comparison to natural sunlight. The index is measured on a 0-100 scale with 100 being a perfect rating of color accuracy, meaning the colors appear as they naturally would under unadulterated daylight. High CRI lighting is sought out everywhere, but is particularly valuable in. The bottom line: the higher the CRI, the higher quality is the light source.

95 - 100 →  Phenomenal color rendering. Colors appear as they should, subtle tones pop out and are accented, skin tones look beautiful, art comes alive, backsplashes and paint shows it's true beautiful full saturation. You have to see it to believe it! 

90 - 95 → Great color rendering! Almost all colors 'pop' and are easily distinguishable. Noticeably great lighting starts at a CRI of 90.

80 - 90 → Good color rendering, where most colors are rendered well. You may not see items as fully saturated as you would like, but most people will not notice.

60 - 75 → Poor color rendering. Items and colors may look desaturated, drab, and at times unidentifiable (cannot see the difference between black and navy colored socks).

Q: What are lumens (lm)?

This is a quantifiable amount of light produced by an LED strip or other light-producing product, as seen by the human eye. In other words, this is one way we can measure how much light is produced. When comparing LED strip lights, you want to compare the lumen output as well as the CRI, watts/foot, warranty, and bin selection.

Q: What is the maximum run length of the UltraBright™ Sienna Dim-to-Warm Series before voltage drop?

The maximum continuous line of lighting in series is 16 ft (5 m). Longer connections are possible in parallel with the correct power unit.

Q: Can I cut the strips myself?

Yes, our LED strip lights are made to be cut to your desired length. Using sharp scissors, you can cut this strip every 3 3/8". You’ll see the cut marks printed on the surface of the strip.

Q: What is the importance of UL Listed?

The Underwriters Laboratories (UL) are an independent, not-for-profit organization that focuses on evaluating products for safety certification. This means you can use and install these LEDs in commercial spaces, industrial applications and in your home knowing that these are safe products.

More Information on LED Strip Lights:

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