- Look under the RGB controllers page
- Decide on the controller type you want, and filter this using the 'Refine' bar on the left hand side of the page:
- 'Touch Control' is a wall mounted option. Please note you will need to cut a recess into your wall to install this.
- 'Wifi Android/IOS' means you will be able to control the RGB LED Strip using a phone APP.
- 'Onboard Button' means you have neither a wall mounted or a remote controller option. This is suitable for areas where you do not need to change the colours often.
- 'Multi-Zone' means you can control two areas separately by using only one remote or wall panel.
- 'Remote Control' is a remote control option
- Calculate total wattage of strip (e.g 4m of 14.4W/m RGB strip). Total wattage = 4 x 14.4 = 57.6W.
- Max. wattage allowed for the controller (e.g M3+M3-3A) = max current x max voltage = 9A x 12V = 108W).
- Check if max. wattage of controller is greater than total wattage of RGB strip: 108W>57.6W? YES. Then you can use this controller.
- If it is not enough, then you can use a repeater.
4. Choose a correct power supply if the controller requires DC input. If the controller requires AC input, then you do not need a power supply.
Hope this guide helps! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to chat with us online or give us a call.
- October 26, 2018
- Sanna Li