Experience the versatility of dimmable LED lights

Dimmable LED lighting

Being able to adjust your light source means you’re able to create the perfect atmosphere in your home, anytime. Warm and bright, or dim and cozy – Philips LED lighting can help create the right lighting.


Our wide selection of dimmable lighting makes it easy to adjust the light intensity in your home. Even at low light levels, Philips' light is stable and pure. In terms of quality of light, compatibility and light output, our dimmable LED bulbs are the ideal replacement for incandescent and halogen bulbs.


Whether you’re looking for the perfect dimmable fixture or you want to replace your current bulbs, we have whatever you need to make your home both comfortable and bright. From ambient to task lighting, Philips has got it covered when it comes to LEDs.

The more you dim
the warmer the light


Discover the new dimmable LED bulbs

How to choose the right dimmable bulb


If you would like to be able to control the brightness of a LED bulb, you will need one that is dimmable.


With dimmable LED bulbs, you can control the amount of light to create the perfect mood. Watch the video to learn more about dimmability and choosing the right dimmable bulb.

Popular dimmable LED bulbs and spots

Popular dimmable fixtures

Frequently asked questions about dimmable LED lighting

Which type of dimmer can I use for my LED bulb or spot?


Philips has tested a representative number of dimmers to check their compatibility with its fixtures. The dimmers are listed in the dimmer compatibility list.


During some periods of the day I notice a difference in light level. Can this harm the product?


Pulses are sent by the power company on fixed moments of the day to switch between day and night setting. Also vacuum cleaners can, at fixed moments, create disturbances on the net when started. However, this effect is not harmful to the product.

Can I mix LED lamps with fluorescent or other inductive light sources on one dimmer?


No, this will give undesirable effects like flickering.

Why is my dimmer buzzing?


Inside dimmers electronic components are present to prevent flickering and radio disturbances. These components are needed, but can buzz due to their material and physical restrictions. This is a normal behavior. The products are tested on noise level during development and released well below the accepted noise limits standards.

How can I prevent interference with my audio installation?


It is possible that interference occurs if power-wires are combined with speaker wires. This can be prevented by creating a larger distance between the 2 input wires of the lamp and the audio installation.

How can I stabilize the light output?



A lot of new dimmers are equipped with a manually adjustable screw to regulate the right load level. If not in the right position, undesirable effects like buzzing and flickering can occur. Adjust the screw position to come to a stable light output. If extra support is needed, please contact Philips consumer care.