CBus dimmable LED lights with remote colour change

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    Hi, does anyone have experience with LED downlights which are dimmable using one of the CBus dimmers, but that also has remote control colour changing capability?

    Alternatively, recommendations of LED downlights which can be placed on a relay, and remote controlled to change colour & dim by CBus via IR?

    Thanks
     
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    Get the Dali gateway and some of these: http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?SearchText=dali+rgb&catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20130909142230
     
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    Also while we're talking about DALI colour changing LED's. If anyone is interested here are some pictures of the first new DALI Device Type 8 lights which we've been playin with at our office.

    "Device Type 8" is the latest DALI standard ammendment that allows lights to change colour temperature or be RGB selectable from one DALI address.

    All of the photo's below are the same DALI device controlled through the one DALI address. The cool thing is once the colour temperature is set, you can then dim it up and down with the DALI arc level and the colour always stays the same, just the intensity varies.

    http://imgur.com/a/dbRcP
     
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