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To control an LED strip, RGB or RGBW LED lighting, you need a suitable LED controller, which is then mounted between the power supply unit and the LED strip.
LED strip. To connect an RGBW LED strip, for example, you always need an LED controller with 4 outputs. Since the pure white light colour does not apply to RGB LED strips, you only need 3 outputs on the controller in such a case. If you have an RGB LED strip, you can of course also connect it to an RGBW LED controller. The last output is then simply left free. The Mi Light or MIBOXER LED controllers are equipped with a radio receiver, which allows you to operate the LED lighting via various control devices. Radio wall switch, radio remote control or with an app via your smart phone.

Output power of the controller

Also make sure that the controller can handle the power of your LED installation. For each controller, the maximum allowed output current is indicated. For example, as 4 amps or 4 A. You can calculate the amperage of your LED installation very easily.

Assuming you have installed 24V LED strips with a total of 100 watts, 4.2 amps of current will flow. So you need a controller with a higher output power. Controllers with 4 x 4A output power are common. These can operate 24V LED installations up to 4 x 4A x 24V – 10% = 345 watts. You should include a 10% reserve in any calculation. For many applications, however, 345 watts should definitely be sufficient. If necessary, you can also use several controllers and control them with one and the same remote control. In this way, you can also set up light zones that you can regulate individually.