To eliminate the flickering it is very important to use the appropriate for dimming quality LED lamps and drivers. It is, also, important to use a compatible dimmer switch to avoid any potential flickering. Dimmer switches come with a minimum compatible load which is the amount of Watts the dimmer can process. In a lot of cases, the LED lamps are not powered enough to meet the minimum requirement as they consume a low amount of energy and fewer Watts. To test that a standard lamp can be added into the circuit. If that makes the flickering to stop then it is a loading issue on the dimmer which can be solved by adding a Resistive Load (RESLOAD). The RESLOAD tricks the dimmer into thinking that is dimming a lamp that has more Watts than what the LEDs have.