- Product Dimensions: 13 x 6.4 x 2.4 cm ; 209 g
- Shipping Weight: 204 g
- Manufacturer reference: CT-RGB-AD
- ASIN: B00ZTZZVH8
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 29 2016
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HERO-LED Audio RGB LED Strip Controller with RF Remote, 12-24V DC, 4A3CH, Used to Control RGB Multicolored LED Strip Lights.
|Price:||CDN$ 56.50 FREE SHIPPING.|
- 1x LED Controller
- RGB LED Controller
- 12-24V DC, 4A*3CH
- Widely used for LED strips
- Comes with IR Remote
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Style: Audio Controller
Input Voltage is 12-24V DC, 4 Amps * 3CH, use 1 x 12V 23A Batteries. The power will be 144 Watt when using 12V DC or 288 Watt when using 24V DC. Main Controller Size is 130mm Long x 64mm Wide x 24mm High. 7 static single color and 6 dynamic color changing. There are 6 buttons on the remote: On or Off, Mode, Brightness increase, Brightness decrease, Speed increase and Speed decrease. Used for RGB Multicolored LED Strip Lights.
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=== The Good Stuff ===
* These controllers did the trick. Unlike many of the fancier touch-screen controllers, you can get any color at any brightness. (Many of the other controllers only allow dimming of preset colors). If you are not familiar with RGB colors, it may take a bit of experimentation to understand the color mixing (red and green make orange), but you will catch on soon enough.
* There is a small red LED on the controller that tells you when there is 12v applied to the controller. There is no way to switch that off, so it is either a feature or a problem, depending on your application.
* The controls have a nice feel, and their performance seems relatively linear- turning it twice as far results in twice as much light.
* Once installed, they have worked flawlessly for several months.
=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===
* There is a bit of a quality control problem. I ordered seven of these, and two were DOA. The first would not dim the red channel, while the second had the connectors mounted backwards, making any wiring connection impossible. Make sure to try them out upon arrival, even if you don't need them immediately.
* There is some discernible flicker in the LED strips, mostly at low brightness levels and with a single channel turned on.
* There is no obvious way to mount these to a wall with some sort of professional-looking finish. They do not in any way fit into a standard "J-Box" wall outlet box. I ended up making some wooden plates that attached to a wall box and then screwed these controllers to them. The problem is that the wires enter the controller at both ends, and that distance is wider than a J-box. The result was I needed to do some milling on the back of my wooden plate.
=== Summary ===
My application required the ability to dim any color to any level, and these were the only obvious way I found to do that. All of the other nicer-looking touch-screen controllers I tried could not do that. They are not the most attractive looking devices, and putting them in to a higher-end home just looks silly, although in my application I was able to hide them in a closet. They have some QA problems in their manufacture, but once you get good ones, they seem to work for some length of time.