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RGBW LED strips

Here you will find our range of RGBW LED strips. If you are planning LED lighting that is to illuminate both coloured and white, you are well advised to use RGBW LED strips. Like RGB strips, RGBW LED strips are equipped with RGB chips. These can generate millions of colours through additive accumulation, which can be adjusted on the connected controller. As already mentioned elsewhere, RGB LED strips emit rich colours in all desired tones, but not a beautiful white light, as this is cold white with low efficiency and has a slight blue cast and low colour rendering.

RGBW LED strips combine the advantages of RGB LED strips and single-colour white LED strips because the conductor strip used is equipped with both types of LEDs. They reproduce many different colours and on the other hand can emit white light in higher quality. For indoor applications, the combination of RGB and warm white is often used. For commercial applications in particular, however, it can also make sense to combine RGB LEDs with neutral white LEDs or cool white LEDs, for example if a high colour rendering value or high luminous flux is required.

Mixing the colours and dimming the LEDs is done via an RGBW controller. We offer various lighting management systems here. From control via DMX or a bus system such as KNX, setting via radio remote control, Smart Phone or Voice Assistant (Smart Home Controller) is also possible. We will be happy to advise you on compatibility with your existing systems. With the variety of our RGBW controllers, you can set basic colours, mixed colours and pastel tones and of course also dim the brightness of the white tone or the set colour as well as set colour gradients in speed and intensity.

Difference between RGBW LED strips and RGB LED strips

The difference to RGB LED strips is that RGBW LED strips are equipped with single-colour white LEDs in addition to the RGB LEDs. Although you can change the light colour of the RGB LEDs as required, you must already commit to a fixed colour temperature of the single-colour white LEDs when buying RGBW LED strips. We offer RGBW LED strips in the variants RGB + warm white, RGB + neutral white and RGB + cool white. These white LEDs emit white light with a fixed colour temperature (warm white, neutral white or cool white) in high quality. Thus, both the efficiency of white LEDs (luminous efficacy in lumens per watt) and the colour rendering are significantly higher than with multicolour RGB LEDs.

Structure of RGBW LED strips

There are two different types of RGBW LED strips on the market. RGBW LED strips can be either alternately or constantly assembled. With alternately equipped RGBW LED strips, single-colour and coloured (RGB) LEDs are installed alternately. In the case of constantly populated RGBW LED strips, each LED has a 4-in-1 chip structure, red, green, blue and white in one LED. The advantage of RGBW LED strips with 4-in-1 chips is the smaller distance between identical LEDs than with alternately equipped RGBW LED strips. This means that covers and surfaces can be homogeneously lit and illuminated with a comparatively small distance. In our range, you will only find RGBW LED strips with 4-in-1 expansion. Please note that the power specifications of RGBW LED strips refer to the maximum power consumption, which is only achieved when all 4 channels (RGB + white) are set to full brightness. Although the maximum power consumption of RGBW LED strips must be taken into account when choosing a suitable LED power supply unit, the consumption will be lower in everyday use because not all channels are switched on and running at full brightness.

Controlling RGBW LED strips

As with RGB LED strips, RGBW LED strips require a suitable dimming actuator, in this case an RGBW LED controller that takes over colour management. With the help of RGBW LED controllers, colours, brightness and dynamic colour gradients can then be generated. RGBW LED controllers work with PWM signals and dim the individual channels to control brightness and light colour. Thanks to the possibility of illuminating both white and coloured, RGBW LED strips are extremely flexible in use and especially suitable for rooms with different lighting requirements.
Furthermore, a combination of a pure RGB LED strip with a single-colour LED strip is also possible. In this case, both LED strips are connected in parallel to an RGBW LED controller. This then controls the RGB LED strip together with the single-colour LED strip as if it were an RGBW LED strip.