RGB Warm White LED Strip Light
We stock a range of RGB WW LED strip lights with a dedicated warm white channel, with colour temperatures between 2400-3600k. Warm white is a gorgeous colour temperature often used for ambient lighting to create an inviting and relaxing aura, particularly useful for hotels and restaurants.
Over 16 million colours can be selected, enabling a variety of lighting aesthetics to be achieved all from one LED product.
Our range of RGB LED warm white strip lights features varying voltages, styles and IP ratings, ensuring that there is a perfect LED RGB WW light strip for your unique application. Read about IP ratings and colour temperature using our "LED product filters explained" case study.
Our LED Strip RGB warm white lighting is made from high-quality components, ensuring that you are receiving a long-lasting product that will not need replacing regularly. Whether for commercial or domestic lighting, our RGBW LED strips are a perfect choice.
All of our LED RGB warm white strips 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.
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.