9 Mode Multi Colour/Multi Function LED strip with Control Unit
Multi Colour/Multi Function LED strip with Control Unit - This super bright LED strip comes with a simple to connect control unit that allows you to switch the strip through 9 different LED modes.
Simply hook up the control unit to an AUX channel on your reciever (gear switch would be ideal for instance) & connect to a battery and you can cycle through the 9 modes at the flick of a switch! There are multi-colour and single colour modes, constant and flashing modes and various other combinations!
Specs: Length: 2000mm (LED Strip only - can be cut to size) Weight: 44g (Total) Input Voltage: 7v~12.6v
Yes Michael. The picture is a little misleading. Out the back of the shrink-tubed controller you have two leads that connect to 12v, and a servo lead missing the center power wire. This doesn't draw power from your receiver. It should also be noted that all the lights do the same thing all the time. This doesn't do a "chase light" effect in any of the modes! I found that any switch on my radio makes it change modes and -100 turns it off. It flashes for a fraction of a second when power is applied, then is off until getting any change on the connected channel and every off/on sequence moves to the next light effect. I'm looking for some thin plastic band I can make a hoop out of so I can secure one of these sets to the inside and outside! Suspended from my large quad should be quite a show, especially in fog!
Olha gostei da apresentação do produto e posso falar de cadeira compro muitos produtos aqui na hobbyking e são de primeira podem confiar como tudo que vendem aqui deve ser simples de ligar gostei !
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Mine arrived today. They're reasonably bright running off a 3 cell lipo. 60 LEDs in a 2m strip. Each LED has a red/green/blue component.
Cycling through each mode produces the following sequence: 1) Slow cycle (Red,Blue,Green) 2) Constant Blue 3) Rapid Cycle (Red,Blue,Green) 4) Constant White (has a purplish tinge) 5) Constant Cyan 6) White flashing (1 sec frequency) 7 Slow Colour Drift 8) Constant Green.
That's 8 different modes I can get, not 9. Can't seem to get a constant red mode which is a bit odd. Good value though. If you don't use it on your planes, you can always put it on your Christmas tree at the end of the year