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MarcoTorino71

RGBW Controllorer 2 + Led Strip

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Hi All,

 

I have a led strip. I would to control it with a RGBW Controller.

 

The Led Strip has a 24v power supply. Can I use it for the RGBW controller? How can do it?

 

Attached the image of actually power supply and the controller of led strip.

 

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5 hours ago, MarcoTorino71 said:

Can I use it for the RGBW controller? How can do it?

Connect you power supply 24v to the RGB Controller. And connect you RGB-Strip to the RGBW-Controller.
see also the manuell.

 

 

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1 hour ago, MarcoTorino71 said:

how can connect the power supply to RGBW controller?

Cut the cable, strip it and attach it to the RGBW controller (small screwdriver)

 

Of course, pull the plug first.
Red is usually +
And black -
if you are not sure, use a multimeter. Or call an electrician to help you.

 

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