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Wireless Colour temperature adjustable Receiver for 12 and 24 volt  led strip

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Wireless Colour temperature adjustable Receiver for 12 and 24 volt led strip

Catalogue Number: WACT

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£14.50

Delivery Time: 1-2 day delivery if ordered before 1.30pm (95% Next day)

Wireless Colour temperature adjustable RF receiver for 12 and 24 volt led strip
Input/Output 12 - 24 volt
White colour range 2700k to 6500k
Total Output current 10 amps( 10 amps x 12 volts strip = 120 watts of 12 volt rgb strip
Operating distance up to 30 metres
Multiple receivers can be controlled by one remote together or on separate zones.
See one of the pictures for wiring
Dc input and wired input
Dimensions 83 x 43 x 22mm


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Wireless Colour temperature adjustable RF receiver for 12 and 24 volt led strip . This device is connected to a double colour led strip and buy using the remote control any white can be chosen between 3000k and 6000k .Operating distance up to 30 metres.One remote can control multiple receivers together on the same zone or different zones . .The Receiver has a memory function so previous settings will be resumed when powered on again. Dimming can be achieved by pressing the top or bottom of the centre ring on the remote .The white colour can be changed by pressing the right or left of the centre ring on the remote. To wire the led strip to receiver .The red goes to either V+ .The 2 red/black cables go to .CW and WW

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Delivery Time 1-2 day delivery if ordered before 1.30pm (95% Next day)
upc No
length No
width No
height No
Manufacturer T-Lighting

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