Preferred way to switch undercabinet lights - single or separate?
[I also posted this on the Lighting forum. I know folks here will have input as well :).]
I'm trying to finalize my lighting plan.
I will have recessed 4" Cree LEDs (dimmable) - basically centered in aisles (around an island) since I will have undercabinet lighting for lighting the counter while working.
I plan to use LED undercabinet lighting (tape/strips) on a dimmer.
Now, my question is - what is the typical / preferred way to switch UCL This will include cabinets to the left/right of the cooktop/hood, corner cabs, and left/right of the sink/window (basically an L shape).
Is it more typical to put all of these on the same switch? Or maybe put the cooktop area on one switch, and sink ones on another, or each disjoint area on separate switches (left of cooktop on one, right of cooktop on one, etc.)?
I'm leaning towards a single switch just for ease of turning them on/off, but I can see how you might want to turn just the one on where you're currently working???