LED Light Controllers
The LED light controllers can be used to control the lighting effects of LED strips and LED lights remotely. They include the ability to adjust brightness, select colors, and change color-changing modes. There are many options for LED controllers available, including RF, Bluetooth, WiFi, and Bluetooth. Due to the various light fixtures that are controlled, LED controllers can also be different. The controllers used in our tunable white light strips (RGB, RGBW, RGBCCT) vary depending on the type of light strip.
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What’s the difference between Wired LED controllers and wireless LED controllers?
Also known as inline LED controller, the wired LED controller is also known as Wired controller. The wired controllers are connected via hardwires. They are placed between the power supply and LED strip light. You must go to the location of the controller in order to adjust the lighting effects.
The remote sender transmits a wireless signal to the receiver. This allows receiver to control the LED strips that are connected to it. The receiver is placed between the power supply and LED strip. Each controller can turn on or off the lights. Wireless controllers can be classified according to the type of wireless signal they transmit:
- IR controllers
IR controllers require line of sight in order to function. This means that the remote must be able to see the receiver as the signal cannot pass through barriers. These controllers are most commonly seen in 24-key and 44-key IR.
- RF controller
The most common wireless controller that uses radio frequency signals is the RF LED controller. The RF signal can pass through walls. It has a medium control distance.
- WiFi LED controller
WiFi LED controller uses WiFi signal to establish connection between controller and signal sender, such as mobile phone or iPad. WiFi controllers need a network, such as the internet or a local network. They offer the most control range of all wireless controllers.
- Bluetooth controller
Bluetooth LED controllers transmit Bluetooth signal, and can communicate with a mobile device. This controller does not require a network. This controller is the only one that can work with a cell phone in places without a network.
The remote control LED strip lights are strip lights that can be controlled remotely using wireless remotes or controllers. Wireless control means that you can place the remote anywhere. It is convenient for users who don’t want to have to climb up on walls to find controllers.
What’s the difference between 24V and 12V LED controllers?
Most LED strip light controllers can be used with both 12V and 24V voltage. Based on the voltage of the LED strips, we choose either 12V or 24V power supplies.
The output power of a controller can be different depending on whether it is operating at 12V or 24V voltage. The controller has twice the power output on 24V and 12V voltages. It should have a power output that is greater than the wattage for LED strip lights to ensure proper installation.