RGB LED Strip Light
We have a range of RGB LED light strips that are perfect for adding a beautiful splash of colour to your space. Over 16 million colours can be selected, enabling a huge range of unique blends for the perfect mood and atmosphere.
Our range of LED RGB strip lights comes in varying voltages, styles and IP ratings. his ensures that you have the perfect product suited for your individual project. Read about IP ratings in our "LED product filters explained" case study.
From our affordable Lifestyle range to our high-spec NeoLED strip lights, there is the perfect LED strip light with RGB colour-changing ability to suit your unique application. Our colour-changing LED tape is made from quality components that ensure they are durable and perfect for your professional installation, whether for commercial or domestic projects.
All of our RGB LED strip lights are easy to install, read our case studies "What do I need to install LED strip lights?" for a comprehensive guide on installation.
Please speak to our technical sales team for more installation tips and advice. Either by telephone, email or live chat on our website.
12V and 24V RGB LED Strips
Our range of 12/24V LED strip lights can be easily cut to size to create bespoke lighting designs for any project. Supplied on 5 metre rolls with tails either end our LED strips are ready to install off the reel.
As a company we keep stock of a wide range of colour changing LED strips to suit every project. Shop our selection today or contact one of our specialists on 01260 540 014 to start your lighting project.
How does an RGB LED strip work?
Colour changing LED strips work by mixing different colours together to produce a final result. RGB LED strips use a 3 colour LED chip with a Red, Green and Blue channel similar to a TV pixel. By altering the power supplied to each of the three channels RGB LED controllers can moderate the brightness of each colour. This allows RGB LED strips to create specific colours when used with a compatible controller.
To generate a purple the red and blue channels would need to be turned up and the green turned off.
LED controllers are able to adjust the brightness of each colour by altering the PWM frequency supplied to each channel. By adjusting the brightness of each colour to certain values the controller is then able to set the LED strip to specific colours.