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All about RF control for LEDs

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All about RF Control for LEDs

LED lights look great and have a wide range of applications. Both plain white and RGB LED strip lights can be used as task lighting at your office, or accent lighting in your home, or ambient lighting in the industrial area. LED lights are available in many forms and provide you with the creative potential to illuminate your space in the best and most attractive way possible.

There are different types of controllers for the LED lights to turn them on and off, dim the brightness and change the colour of RGB LED lights. A wide variety of LED light controls are available in the market ranging from RF controllers to DMX controllers. Here we will learn about RF controllers for LED lights.

What is RF?

Before we explain RF control for LEDs, let’s talk about what is RF? The full form of RF is Radio Frequency. RF refers to the degree of oscillation of an AC that is utilized for communication from a distance. This rate shows the oscillation frequency at the provided electromagnetic radiation spectrum. The frequency ranges from 9 kHz to 300 GHz.

The controllers with RF technology typically work up to 20 meters of distance from the receiver even if the receiver is placed in another room or a cupboard. You can also have multi-zone with RF control which means that you can make many receivers work with a single wireless remote controller. It makes an RF remote control an ideal solution for large applications.

Each RF control must have a unique frequency level so that they do not interfere with the signals of other RF controls operating in the same area. The main benefit of RF controllers is that the controller doesn’t have to be ‘line of sight’ with the receiver to operate properly.

What is RF control for LED lights?

Radio Frequency remote controller for LED lights is the most efficient and effective remote controller when it comes to the range of remote control. RF remote controls generally have a control range of about 100 feet radius for LED controls in different applications.

Many RF remote controls are provided with a unique radio frequency so that they don’t interfere with other RF controllers in the same area.

If you are searching for a controller for LED colour-changing lights that can be remotely controlled from a long distance as compared to the infrared remote controller, RF remote controllers are the ideal choice.

With the RF remote controller, LED lights are controlled with the help of remote control via Radio Frequency. LED lights can be turned on and off, dimmed, and colour can be changed only by pushing a button on the RF remote control.

With the RF control, the LED lighting control experience became more easy and comfortable. The dimming feature reduces the total consumption of power by LED light based on the usage of light.

RF controls for LED lights are very easy to set up and use and operates at an outstanding control range, generally offers 20m of control radius. RF remote controls are available in the market for both simple white colour dimming and full colour-changing RGB LED lights.

Types of RF Controllers for LED Lights

One of the most common uses of RF controls is to control the LED lights. They operate at a range of over 20 meters. Both digital and analogue RF remote controls are available to use. You can also find wireless and wired RF controls for LED. RF controllers for LEDs are generally classified into two categories.

Single-Zone RF remote Controllers

single-zone RF remote

Single-zone RF controllers enable the users to control all the LED lights connected to them. But a person can only operate all the lights together. You will not have the independence to control the brightness or colour of different LED lights in different areas.

Multi-Zone RF remote Controllers

multi-zone RF remote

As the name indicates, these types of RF controllers offer you the choice to manage more than one LED light channel or zones separately. It enables you to adjust the mood lighting in the living room and under-cabinet lighting in the kitchen using a single RF controller independently.

Advantages of RF control for LED lights

RF remote controllers are reliable and convenient to use as they don’t require you to be near to the receiver for operating, so they are good for situations like having an event outdoors. RF controls have many other uses in LED lighting control such as in RGB LED fixtures and lighting for your living space.

RF controls don’t require any cable to operate and work for over 20 meters of distance from the receiving device. The Radio Frequency doesn’t need to visualize the receiver as the signals can operate through various obstacles like walls. So, the RF controller will work even if the receiver is hidden behind the walls. Therefore, it is possible to operate the LED lights in another room and the receiving devices can be hidden for installation.

A digital, sleek multi-channel RF control for LED lights is perfect for offices and homes. RF controls don’t need any setup or installation and you can use them right away. Both digital and analogue RF controls have a simple and easy interface.

The long control range of RF controllers makes it the right choice for many common projects including home and office lighting projects. RF controllers don’t need a network to operate and are very easy to use. Currently, RF controller is a very popular and common form of controller.

However, RF remote controllers are not without issues. Even though, as compared to IR remote controllers, RF controls have a greatly improved range, interference can occur between different RF remotes due to lots of radio waves around us at all the time. It is an issue with RF control for LED. For instance, RF signals can interfere with radio signals used by cell phones and wireless internet.

To resolve this issue, many RF controllers only send signals at particular frequencies. They can also implant the digital address code within the radio frequency signals to make sure that the receiving device only responds to the right radio signals.

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