Originally Posted by LI Pets
Strange any ideas?
On batteries or shore power? I have no possible explanation if you're running them on batteries, but if you're converting 120v to 12v
, then maybe the conversion process from sine wave AC to constant current DC may not be quite up to par, resulting in small cyclic variations in the 12v
current that show up as flickering.
Incandescent lights wouldn't exhibit that response, because the filament in an incandescent bulb glows due to its temperature. Small cyclic variations in the current won't change the temperature of the filament enough for you to notice a flicker.
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