We have LED strips as cove lighting in the TV room (it’s too small to be a media room!).
It’s about 44ft of 3000K plain white 24V LED strips connected to a transformer and a dumb 3-way dimmer.
This is next on my list to make smart.
About a month ago, luckily before I changed anything, they started acting up. They would go out for a few seconds to a few minutes. Then back on for a while before repeating.
My question for the hive mind is: if there was a bad connecter between segments, would the entire length go out or just the part beyond the connector.
I’ve spent a good part of the afternoon climbing up and down the ladder poking at these damn things with no good diagnosis. For the moment they seem to be staying on.
Don’t dare introduce smartness while the basic functions are not 100%.