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
You can use the "RGB Multi-Function Driver/Controller", PRODUCT ID: 371000056. But what ever you manually set it on, you have to land to change it to another setting. I like being able to change mine with my transmitter.
You should be able to power the strip with out the card by wiring it directly. You can use three potentiometers to find the colors you like, then measure the resistance, and then solder in the correct resistors to get the colors you want. Doing this will give you one color only, and will remain on until the power is disconnected. If you have left over led tape, you can power only the red, green, or blue leds to get those exact colors for other applications.
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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