RGB lighting is becoming more widely accessible for use on residential homes and smaller venues rather than only large commercial venues. The critical difference is the present ability to maximize their core functionality at a reasonable cost.
Each RGB bulb, also known as a pixel or node, contains three LED’s or channels: 1 red, 1 green, 1 blue. Each channel relays 256 color levels ranging from 0% color intensity to 100% color intensity. Each 3 channel RGB is then “Color Blended” to display nearly any color in the spectrum.
RGB LED lights do cost more than traditional LED bulbs. This is because each bulb contains a microchip that receives software instructions from a light controller. When you buy a 25 RGB light set, you’re buying 25 individual microchips. This technology is worth the extra cost as each bulb can be individually controlled, creating an array of colors and an infinite number of combinations.
Controlling your RGB lights is simple using the wireless interface controlled by your smartphone, tablet, or computer. This app lets you select one of 9 preset color combinations or 16 effects that allow you to customize the colors.
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