I’ve heard that LED lighting can interfere with other electronics in the home, such as broadband routers. Is this true?
Yes, it’s true, but only if the electronics in the light source do not feature interference mitigation. It’s especially common with dimmable LED light sources because they also contain controllers that require particularly effective interference mitigation.
If the requirements established by the regulations and standards for CE marking are fulfilled, there shouldn’t be any problems. All of our products are tested for compliance with the requirements for so-called electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) to guarantee that they do not cause interference in electrical wiring or radio interference.
Good interference mitigation is expensive and takes up space, so this is worth considering when comparing products from different manufacturers.