LDRF-WRGB3 Weatherproof RGB Controller w/ RF Remote
- Do not use amplifier until max run of RGB Controller or RGB Amplifier is met.
|Weatherproof Universal Red/Green/Blue (RGB) LED Controller & Dimmer with handheld RF Remote can control any 12VDC RGB LED products. Select 1 of 7 Static Modes or 1 of 4 Dynamic Color-Changing Modes with Speed and ON/OFF controls. Drives up to 20 meters of our xFLS-RGB light strips, for longer runs use optional RGB amplifiers.|
|Standards and Certifications|
LDRF-WRGB3 RGB Controller and RF RemoteINSTRUCTIONS & SPECIFICATIONS
SUITABLE FOR VEHICLE APPLICATIONS
LDRF-WRGB3: 12VDC Weatherproof RGB LED Controller
|Applications:||Specific color selection or color change with speed control modes for accent lighting|
|Function:||Control 3 channel RGB LED products using wireless remote|
|Operating Voltage:||12~24 Volts DC|
|Connection Mode:||Common Anode (+)|
|Output:||Three CMOS output RGB|
|Maximum Load Current:||3 Amps/channel (9 Amps total)|
|Output Power:||108 Watts|
|Overall Size:||(L)109 X (W)42 X (H)77 mm|
|Control Method:||4 button wireless RF Remote Control|
|Batteries Required:||23A, 12V battery for Remote (included)|
|Modes:||11 total (7 static and 4 dynamic) see desc. below|
Static and Dynamic Color Modes
1.) Wireless controller uses one 23A, 12V battery.
2.) UP and DOWN buttons will only work when unit is in one of the four color-changing (dynamic) modes.
3.) Each Controller has a handheld Remote matched to it and will only work with it's matched Remote. One Remote cannot operate multiple Controllers.
4.) Controller can control a maximum of 20 meters of our Flexible RGB LED Strip. Over 20 meters, the Strips have to connect with an amplifier to reinforce the transmission of signal. Use one RGB Amplifier for every 30 meters of additional LED Strips.
5.) Do not exceed 80% of Power Supply capacity when calculating Power Supply size to use in your system.
RF Remote Control
|RGB Light Bars & Strips||Universal RGB Controllers and Dimmers|
Numbers below represent the maximum number of units the controller can drive without the use of RGB amplifiers
Numbers below represent the maximum number of units the Amplifier can drive
|Product||Current Draw @ 12 Volt DC||Product Length||Max Run*||LDRF-WRGB3||RGB-A4||RGB-WA4||MRGB-A4||MRGB-A4-CPS|
|* Maximum number of light bars in one run (end to end) - for higher quantities, multiple runs back to the power supply, controller, or amplifier must be made to prevent excessive voltage drop Note: To determine the maximum number of any LED products on a single Power Supply - divide the total current capability of the power supply by the current draw of the LED product - then multiply that number by 0.8 (for 80% capacity)|