|Applications:?||Direct access color selection and functions with dimmable and speed controls|
|Function:||Control 3 channel RGB LED products using wireless RF remote|
|Connection Mode:??||Common Anode (+)|
|Output:?||Three CMOS open-drain outputs|
|Maximum Load Current:??||24VDC – 6 Amps per channel (18 Amps total)|
|Output Power:?||216W @ 12V / 432W @ 24V|
|Control Method:?||Wireless RF Remote Control – Frequency 2.4GHz|
|Batteries Required:||Two AAA batteries|
|Modes:||20 Total (1 static single color and 19 dynamic color changing)|
The LDRF-RGB6-TC4 features transmitter to receiver keying to help eliminate interference from other nearby units. If you wish to control several receivers from a single transmitter, the receivers first must be re-programmed. The easiest and fastest way to re-program several receivers at once is to have them share a power supply or all plug in to a single power strip (Once programmed you can provide power as you would otherwise, sharing is only needed for the programming phase to ease the process — Re-programming can be done one device at a time also).
- Wire all receivers to one power supply or power strip but don’t turn it on yet.
- With the power off, grab the remote.
- Turn on the power supply.
- Within 3 seconds of providing power press the button once.
If programming was successful any connected light strings should blink three times.
1.) Do not scratch the sensing area. Do not disassemble, repair, or modify the device.
2.) Disconnect the power (adapter) before installing/removing this controller.
3.) Do not use this device near water, or moisture for indoor use only.
4.) This product should only be operated from the type of power source indicated on the label.
5.) When mutliple receivers share one remote, it’s possible for the patterns to visually drift apart over time. The single color modes are unaffected and remain synced.
RF Touch Color Remote Control
Typical Wiring Schematic
|RGB Light Bars & Strips||Universal RGB Controllers and Dimmers
Numbers below represent the maximum number of units the controller can drive without the use of RGB amplifiers
Numbers below represent the maximum number of units the Amplifier can drive
|Product||Current Draw @ 12 Volt DC||Product Length||Max Run*||LDRF-RGB6-TC4||RGB-A4||RGB-WA4||MRGB-A4||MRGB-A4-CPS||RGBW-A6|
|* Maximum number of light bars in one run (end to end) – for higher quantities, multiple runs back to the power supply, controller, or amplifier must be made to prevent excessive voltage drop Note: To determine the maximum number of any LED products on a single Power Supply – divide the total current capability of the power supply by the current draw of the LED product – then multiply that number by 0.8 (for 80% capacity)|