LED and single switch for ceiling and under-cabinet lights
Hi. I have a single wall switch in my kitchen which currently turns on the incandescent ceiling light as well as under the cabinet florescent lights in each of ten wall cabs (if on). Since incandescent is slowly being fazed out, I am considering replacing these with an LED ceiling mount fixture and LED under-cabinet lights.
My question is, in my kitchen remodel (not to studs, more a pull and place with ample wall outlets and switches between the kitchen and pantry) may I use the same single wall switch for the both ceiling and under-cabinet LED's? If yes, where does the dimmer switch go? On a second switch? Is there a transformer box that sits somewhere (I've heard in a sink cab) that controls the LED dimming?
There are some lovely broad spectrum LED ceiling light fixtures (800+ lumens or is it diodes) which I believe work well for us. I have two 200 amp panels with openings.
Thank you very much for your help.