Professional RGBW LED Strip Lights
Colour changing LED tape is a great way to create a range of lighting effects using only a single product. RGBW LED strips to allow a full range of single colours including a single white colour. By having a dedicated white channel these LED strips are able to produce a pure white without having to mix colours...
With RGBW LED tape you can create the right mood with the right colour temperature.
Where RGB cool white LED strip lights can change from a colour to a more clinical setting, RGB soft white LED strip lights (warm white) can change from colour to that of candlelight for LED ambient lighting. There are even RGB white daylight LED strip lights for a natural effect. Daylight white can help you to concentrate and keeps you alert.
RGB and CCT LED tape has a 5 colour LED chip this range of strips features red, green and blue channels as well as a cool white and a warm white diode.
You can use our LED strip lights with a remote if you wish to change the colour to white. Dimmable LED strip lights use a LED dimmer and are a great way to create a decorative environment in your room. Dimmer switches for LED lights have various control protocols. We are sure to have a control solution for your LED lighting projects that will fit your requirements.
Shop our selection of flexible LED strip lights today and find the right production for your professional lighting install.
Why is RGBW better than RGB?
Colour changing LED strip lights work by mixing different colours together to produce a final result. Where RGB LED strips feature a tricolour red, green, blue diode a RGBW features a quad colour diode. To produce a white an RGB chip would have to mix red, green and blue together which can result in discolouration.
RGBW LED Chips feature a dedicated white channel that can be powered to produce a pure white without mixing. This allows RGBW diodes to produce a pure white without discolouration caused by mixing. Quad colour LED chips are used frequently for professional use where colour changing + white is required.