RGB CONTROLLER FOR ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS OF A LED STRIP
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RGB CONTROLLER FOR ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS OF A LED STRIP
RGB CONTROLLER FOR ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS OF A LED STRIP

Controller with remote control for RGB led strip

Controller with remote control for RGB led strip to adjust the brightness of a high performance remote control led strip. Control the brightness of all products designed with constant voltage circuit (12V-24V). It has memory function and 50 degrees of brightness. Led strip not included.


Controller-rgb
10 Items
2016-03-01

€35.00
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RGB controller to adjust the brightness of a LED strip from 0% to 100% by remote control with a remote control.

Control the brightness of all products designed with constant voltage circuit (12V-24V). In the installation it must be interposed between the strip and the power supply, because it regulates the low voltage (12V-24V).

It has a memory function: if it turns on and tunes to a color and a certain brightness, it keeps the setting in memory even after the LED strip is turned off.

Where can I use the RGB controller for LED strip?

It is an RGB controller with remote control to be used for RGB strips, which are usually applied in the veils of the false ceilings or in the exhibition spaces to create an environment of the color you want.

Maximum 6A, so it supports 72watt into 12V and 144watt into 24V current.

Remote control distance of 30 meters maximum.

SUPPLY: DIRECT
POWER: 12 / 24 V DC
NOTES:

CONTROLLER FOR

RGB STRIPS

FREQUENCY:

433.92 MHz

DIMENSION: 

85x65x24mm

Controller with remote control for RGB led strip to adjust the brightness of a high performance remote control led strip. Control the brightness of all products designed with constant voltage circuit (12V-24V). It has memory function and 50 degrees of brightness. Led strip not included.


Controller-rgb
10 Items
2016-03-01

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