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|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)|
|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|
1 * WiFi controller
1 * Antenna
1 * User manual
Questions & Answers
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 Luciano on June 28, 2017
Hello, Yes you are able to run it where ever power is. If you do, you might need to look at if your lighter is continuous power or does it shut after you shut the car down. but either way Answer is yes.
By Edward S Buchanan on January 5, 2018
Nah ya gotta be within 2 too 3 hundred feet away
By jerry flanders on November 17, 2017
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
The wireless controller draws some power even with the LEDs turned off, so the answer to part 1 is yes, it will eventually kill your battery. I haven't measured the nominal idle current so I can't estimate how long it will take to do so. You can, of course, wire up a power cutoff switch to avoid the problem when the LE… see more The wireless controller draws some power even with the LEDs turned off, so the answer to part 1 is yes, it will eventually kill your battery. I haven't measured the nominal idle current so I can't estimate how long it will take to do so. You can, of course, wire up a power cutoff switch to avoid the problem when the LEDs are not in use. For part 2: If you want to control more than one at a time, you'll need a local wireless access point that both controllers can connect to. Otherwise, you will have to switch which wifi network your iPhone is connected to to switch between controllers. You may also be able to accomplish this by creating a wifi hotspot on your iPhone, but that setup would be more complicated than just getting a portable wifi AP and adding that to your vehicle as well. Many off the shelf access points work with 12V DC. see less
By Aaron Ten Clay on May 9, 2018
This is a three channel output.... don't think it will work
By dave singh on May 9, 2018
The ones I purchased cannot from the controller. The app has an option to do this if you play the music on the same device you are running the controller app on. It does not function well at all. You get more of a flickering than the lights reacting to the music.
By B. Waldron on May 3, 2018
Yes, you just have to get a couple rgb amplifiers cuz the controller can only hold one hundred and 40 watt
By David S. on May 4, 2018
By Michiru Fujita on April 7, 2018
Yes, Magic Home app.
By Kecia on March 26, 2018
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