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Installing multiple devices together.


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Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum.

 

I have to install multiple RGBW controllers (> 10) in the same box (Height: 310mm - Width: 310mm).

1 - Could there be a problem with the signal? All devices will be next to each other.

2 - There are no Eufix adapters for RGBW. Any recommendations on how to mount it?

 

Thanks for your time.

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9 hours ago, Damianjb said:

1 - Could there be a problem with the signal? All devices will be next to each other.

 

from the technical point of view yes, there will be some interference, it will still work but RF sensitivity will be reduced (imagine this like "lot of background noise and you try to listen")

 

9 hours ago, Damianjb said:

2 - There are no Eufix adapters for RGBW. Any recommendations on how to mount it?

 

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  • 13 hours ago, tinman said:

     

    from the technical point of view yes, there will be some interference, it will still work but RF sensitivity will be reduced (imagine this like "lot of background noise and you try to listen")

     

     

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