Why Is Dimming Important in LED Lighting?

Unlike incandescent lighting, LED lighting relies on a self-contained power supply that also acts like a current and dimmer control system called an LED driver that is separate from the wall dimmer switch. The LED driver takes high-voltage alternating current power from the electrical line and converts it into low-voltage direct current power. It also adjusts to keep the current constant so that an LED light functions as expected based on its design and use.