LED light strips are popular for home accents and decorative lighting due to their ultra-high flexibility, easy installation, and a variety of colors. Many types of controllers to those available in the market, including the RF controller, are new and great thanks to the option of wireless communication and long-distance control.
The RF LED Strip Controller consists of an emitting radio frequency signal transmitter and receiver that receives the signal and sends the PWM dimming signal to the connected lamp. It is wireless between the emitter and the receiver and can control distances of up to 30 meters. To buy the best wireless led strip lights, you may visit https://thewavelights.com/products/10m-wireless.
The output end of the receiver must be connected with LED lights, and although you need to control the color of the LED, at least 1 output channel is needed from the receiver. When controlling the dual-color LED, you need to choose a recipient with at least 2 output channels. Similarly, 3 channels for RGB and 4 channels for RGB + W.
In general, the RF receiver with 4 output channels can support single color, double color, RGB and RGB + W LEDs. With the high PWM frequency output, the controller LED strips are perfect for controlling the lamp with a smooth brightness adjustment, color temperature adjustment and RGB color tone adjustments without any flickering.
Currently, in the market, there is a different radio frequency for a receiver, for example, 434MHz, 868MHz or 2.4GHz, they all have advantages and disadvantages, and different countries may require different frequencies. Make sure the frequency is right for your area before choosing the RF controller lane. The receiver must be compatible with strip lights, for example, AC or DC input, constant voltage, or constant current output. Be sure to choose the correct one.