RGBWW LED Strip | RGB Warm White
LED Technologies stock a wide range of RGB colour changing LED strip lights ideal for many applications. These dimmable LED strip lights feature a dedicated white channel. It is a Warm White with the colour temperature ranging between 2400 - 3600k.
Warm White LED strips offer a comforting and soft lighting effect. Often used for ambient lighting to create a inviting and relaxing atmosphere, perfect for hotels or restaurants.
The dedicated white LED channel creates a beautiful pure white light. It is possible to achieve white light with just red, green and blue strips. However, it is difficult and can often have interference from one of the colours...
RGBW tape lighting is ideal for both commercial and domestic markets.
They are particularly useful in establishments such as bars and clubs. The RGB LED strip allows you to create fun colour changing effects. The strips can be paired with a LED controller so that you can effortlessly achieve colour changing modes. The light emitted from these high quality strips ensure a brilliant lighting design.
The pure white ability of these RGBWW LED light strips is also helpful. When the club closes, it can be switched to white to carry out closing tasks such as cleaning.
The Warm White temperature of the strips also makes this ideal for home lighting, hotels or restaurants. Perfect for applications where a comfortable aesthetic is required. It will ensure guests feel relaxed and at ease which is important for these establishments. They will achieve a professional and beautiful lighting design that will guarantee a contemporary feel.
Strip lights are very versatile and can be mounted in a variety of creative ways. A popular method of installation is behind objects such as screens, desks or shelves. This creates a soft and beautiful halo of light that is perfect for ambient lighting.
Another popular way is useful for functional light sources. The strip lights can be easily mounted along roofs or skirting boards for a wide wash of light.
There are IP20 non-waterproof, IP65 splashproof and IP67 waterproof LED strips lights Warm White available. This ensures that there is a suitable product for your installation.
IP20 LED strips are suitable for dry indoor applications. This includes home lighting in living rooms, bedrooms or hallways. They are also perfect for commercial lighting in offices, restaurants and hotels, providing it is a dry environment.
IP65 LED tape is protected from small splashes of water, ideal for applications where there may be steam. For example, in a kitchen there is a possibility that your strip is exposed to steam from a kettle or cooking. It is important to have a strip that is protected against that.
IP67 strip lights on the other hand is a waterproof solution that can be used in wet and damp environments. This includes outdoor lighting as it is protected against severe weather conditions.
However, it is not suitable to be immersed in water. If you require this, browse through our Marine selection. Saying this, IP67 is a durable strip light that will enable you to bring a contemporary lighting design to outdoor spaces.
Read more about IP ratings and colour temperatures using our case study.
LifestyleLifestyle is the most cost effective strip available, perfect for applications that do not require high specifications.
It is a IP65 rated strip meaning it is perfect for indoor applications, whether in bathrooms, kitchens or living rooms. They can be installed creatively, such as behind furniture, under cabinet lighting or shelf lighting. It will achieve an elegant glow of light for a professional lighting design.
ProflexThe ProFlex range is a professional grade lighting solution. These provide a high quality LED lighting solution for your professional LED lighting installation. They offer a consistent and bright colour that will ensure that your space is beautifully lit up.
The Proflex RGBWW strips offer IP20 and IP67 variations, ensuring that there is a suitable product for indoor and outdoor lighting.
Our IP67 LED tape is perfect for outdoor applications. These strips feature a durable high quality silicone that protects the strip from severe weather conditions. The silicone casing will not discolour or crack over time ensuring the life span of your lighting is long.
Outdoor RGBW LED strip lights can be creatively installed to create a beautiful lighting effect upon your outdoor spaces. You can use these lights to light up gardens, commercial outdoor spaces or lighting up your buildings. Our bright and reliable strip lights will allow you to achieve a creative colour design.
Proflex RGBWW range also features a black PCB strip light. This is perfect for low lighting installations such as clubs or bars. This is because the black colouring reflects significantly less light, ensuring a low level of light is attained.
SideWinderSideWinder are bendable LED strip lights that are perfect for backlighting complicated shapes or curves.
Flexible light strips can be adjusted up and down like standard LED strip lights as well as left and right. They can be bent at every LED to 90 degrees perfect for fitting into corners.
The flexibility of these strips make them extremally versatile for a many creative applications. They can beautifully bend around corners on walls, or objects such as screens or desks. This reduces the need of cutting and soldering strip lights to fit into corners or around obstructions such as pipes.
StudioFlexStudioFlex is a premium grade range that offers high spec products for high demanding installations. Our StudioFlex RGB strips offer a beautifully bright strip that will offer a reliable and consistent colour.
Our StudioFlex range have single white and Duo white variations. This means that the colour temperature can be adjusted from Cool White to Warm White. This is perfect for applications where a full range of colours is required.
Effortlessly switch between a bright clear light to a warm relaxing light. These are often used in kitchen dining applications. The light can be adjusted for cooking and then changed for relaxing and eating.
StudioFlex is also available in IP20 and IP67 variations, ensuring there is an extremely high quality strip light for most applications.
InstallationAll of our LED flex strips are easy to install as they feature a high quality adhesive backing.
Choose the surface that you wish to mount your lights upon. Make certain that the surface is smooth and dust free. Peel back the protective paper and stick the strip on to the surface.
For a professional finish however, the LED tape lighting can be mounted in LED profiles. Profiles offer a wealth of benefits, including diffusing light and prolonging the life of your strips.
Read our helpful case study on why we advise using LED profiles.
Your strips then need an LED driver to provide a suitable power supply. We offer a huge range of drivers for every variation of strip lights. Therefore it is important to choose the most appropriate driver. Our useful blog can help you determine which driver you require.
LED Technologies also offer a huge range of control options such as RF, DMX, and Z-WAVE to name a few. These give you options to remotely control your lighting. This includes wall panels, dimmer switches, handsets or even through your smart home automation network. Browse through our Sunricher range to find the best LED control protocol for your installation.
Specialists in house to advise and specify the more advanced solutions.
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What's the difference between RGB and RGBWW LED strips?
Colour changing LED strips work by mixing multiple colours together to produce a range of single colours. The type of LED chip being used will determine the colours available using that particular LED Strip.
RGB LED strips feature a 3 in 1 Red, Green and Blue diode giving users access to the full chromatic spectrum. This allows users to access a range of single colours to change the mood of a room using a compatible controller.
RGBWW LED strips feature a 4 in 1 diode with an additional white channel for colour changing. This allows RGBWW LED strips to access a full colour spectrum with the addition of a true warm white. Warm White can also be mixed with standard RGB colours to produce a range of colours unique to RGBWW.
Is RGBWW Better than RGB?
Though RGBWW LED strips are able to access to a larger range of colours the best choice is really down to the installation. If the project only requires standard RGB colours with no need for pure warm white, RGB LED Strips are often more cost-effective. However, should the installation require a high-quality warm white then RGBWW is the better choice.
Frequent uses of RGBWW LED strips include living spaces, cinemas and TV studios where warm white + colour change is required.