Flickering lights can be brought on by both voltage loss and a constrained load capacity. The lights will flicker if there is a problem with the transformer since not enough power will reach them. Fortunately, this modest power flow shouldn’t harm LEDs, but you won’t get the full advantage of lighting you desire. Voltage drop happens when your circuit has too many devices and a high enough current drain. It’s crucial to avoid overloading your
circuit to prevent flickering.