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Docooler Wireless RGB Wifi LED Strip Controller for iOS iPhone Android Smartphone Tablet

Docooler Wireless RGB Wifi LED Strip Controller for iOS iPhone Android Smartphone Tablet

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Features:
Support both wifi control of iOS products(such as iPod, iPad, iPhone, iMac), and Android mobile devices such as Samsung, HTC, Nokia, etc.
Switch freely via phone between stand-alone and on-line modes.
Strong compatability with Android 2.3 version or above with wifi function, with iOS 4.3 or above.
Built-in 20 fixed modes, infinite changes mixed by the three primary colours--red, green and blue.
Small-sized, energy-efficient, environmental protection, great convenience and humanized design.

Specifications:
Item version RGB version
Working voltage DC 7.5-24V
Output current 4A * 3
Connecting method Common anode
Remote distance 50 Meters indoor, 100 meters outdoor
Software Android system(at least version 2.3 with WiFi function) or iOS system(version 4.3 or above)
Language English/Chinese
Receiver sensitivity 802.11b DSSS(-5dBm), 802.11b CCK(-10dBm), 802.11g OFDM(-15dBm)
Connect way V + R, G, B for LED light, V+, V- for power supply, ANT for wifi signal reception
Reset button(Inside the controller) Short press: change in 20 modes for RGB version.
Long press(more than 20s): Restore to factory settings. Wifi SSID for connection is "LEDnetXXXXXXXXXX", password: "88888888", IP: 192.168.10.1
Product size Approx. 9.3 * 4.5 * 2.2cm / 3.66 * 1.77 * 0.87in
Product weight Approx. 53g / 1.86oz (Not including the antenna)
Package size Approx. 12.3 * 9.9 * 3cm / 4.84 * 3.9 * 1.18in
Package weight Approx. 117g / 4.12oz
Certificates CE, FCC, RoHS


Package includes:
1 * WiFi controller
1 * Antenna
1 * User manual

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Is there an API/protocol doc? I'd love to send commands from a control system rather than an app. I'd rather not have to sniff the commands...

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  • If you connect it to your home WiFi, open a browser and then connect to it on port 80 you get a login screen but IDK the UN PW for it and can't find any documentation. Maybe if you can get in there you could control more...

    By Amazon Customer on June 28, 2017

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Can i control the strip from everywhere (i mean a different wifi in another place of the world) or it has to be my local network?)

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  • Nah ya gotta be within 2 too 3 hundred feet away

    By jerry flanders on November 17, 2017

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How many 16.5 ft strips can be connected to one wireless unit? I need to connect 4 strings of 16.5 each...can all 4 be ran off this one unit?

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  • I did some tests to check how much current can be drawn from the wireless unit without causing too much heating, and 8.2 Amps (100Watt) was reasonable, the burn in test lasted for 1 hour. I tried to exceed this load (120Watts/10amps), it got too hot that you can't keep your hand on the unit , I tested it for 15min at t… see more I did some tests to check how much current can be drawn from the wireless unit without causing too much heating, and 8.2 Amps (100Watt) was reasonable, the burn in test lasted for 1 hour. I tried to exceed this load (120Watts/10amps), it got too hot that you can't keep your hand on the unit , I tested it for 15min at this power rating (LED anodes were connected to the output side of the controller, see Edit below). LED strips have different power ratings, make sure that the total power connected to the unit does not exceed 100 watts. Edit (Nov, 8): I have noticed that you can improve the unit's performance a bit by connecting the LED strips Anode (V+) to the INPUT side of the Controller NOT the output side. It seems that about 300mV are lost within the controller itself when the LED anode current has to pass through it, this adds about 3Watts of power consumption at 10Amps (near max load). From an electrical point of view both input and output are connected directly which can be test with a continuity test, but it seems that the connection is not good enough when operating near maximum current capacity. The controller dimming function on the other hand appears to work by increasing the voltage at the cathode side (RGB), thus lowering the voltage drop on the LED strip(s), this means a connection from the V+ output side of the controller is not necessary. see less

    By O. Shaheen on October 29, 2017

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Can the wifi setup be configured to join my home WIFI network?

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  • Yes

    By Cooligg NJ Store SELLER on December 9, 2017

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Can I control more than one of them at a time from the app?

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  • Yes you can on and off and all the colors, etc

    By Lorens on December 5, 2017

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Does it stick well

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  • I would say no. At least not to wood. I used plastic staples as a supplement.

    By thewrightman on December 3, 2017

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How do you set this up? It came with no manual - just a mini CD that fits in no drives and I can find no information on line.

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  • Download the app Magic Color and then connect to its wifi once you have connected the 12 v to it. Use the app to configure

    By Frederic on December 2, 2017

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Is there an RGBW compatible version to this product or similar product?

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  • What are you exactly referring to? Rgb LEDs use the RGBW wiring and if you look on the controller, the V+ plug is for the white line.

    By Rivo K. on December 4, 2017

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How do you set this up? It came with no manual - just a mini CD that fits in no drives and I can find no information on line.

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  • Just download the app it called Magic color v2 and turn it and and it will search for for the controller

    By Nav on December 3, 2017

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How would you go about connecting the Wi-Fi controller to a power supply in a desktop computer?

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  • Computer CPU is a great source to power the lights. Power supply's are very cheaply made and or overrated. The PCUhas the amps needed, since the power supplies are lacking amperage and not voltage. Make sure the PCU unplugged . Coming out of the PCU are multiple wire harnesses. Choose one with at least one yellow an… see more Computer CPU is a great source to power the lights. Power supply's are very cheaply made and or overrated. The PCUhas the amps needed, since the power supplies are lacking amperage and not voltage. Make sure the PCU unplugged . Coming out of the PCU are multiple wire harnesses. Choose one with at least one yellow and two black wires. Cut the yellow wire. This is +12V. Cut to black leads, these are negative. Connect one yellow and one black to the proper terminals of the Wi-Fi controller. On the biggest harness, you'll find a single green wire cut It and twist it together with the remaining cut black wire. This is your switch to turn the PCU on. Plug PCU In it should turn on. If you plan on using a lot of lights twist all the yellow wires together and black wires together to provided better power flow to the box. What I do is open the PCU and desolder all the black and yellow. Then solder 8 gauge ( car audio power wire works great) leads to mother board. Hope this helps you see less

    By frank m carozza on December 1, 2017

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