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LED Driver for RGBW module


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You can use a regular 12 or 24V driver.
If you only have white LEDs, the RGBW module must be configured as Output / Input, not as RGB.

 

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  • I am thinking to install LED strip adjustable white (2700k-6500k).

    Can I use regular adapter with Fibaro RGBW to control?

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    since rgbw max output is 144W, if my LED strips is 280W, do I need to use 2 pcs of RGBW module? or can I use some sort of "amplifier" to boost the power somewhere in the middle?

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    since rgbw max output is 144W, if my LED strips is 280W, do I need to use 2 pcs of RGBW module? or can I use some sort of "amplifier" to boost the power somewhere in the middle?

     

    rgbw output is even 288W if you are using 24V. In this case you need a 24V LED stripe of course. If you want to put more stripes together with more power than the rgbw module can deliver you can use

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    . You can not connect 2 rgbw modules in parallel!

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