RGB ring string lights

LED ring string lights with their gentle, rounded look is much more than it seems. It’s a hanging lighting solution for large spaces: bright, cleverly designed, and boasting head-turning appeal.

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LED ring string lights to delivers powerful, ambient lighting. Each of the ten ring lights is glow 270°. Together, color can be set individually for each light: ideal lighting for every occasion!

The perfection solution for a terrace or at the bottom of the garden is, an LED ring string light to come with A 34.61ft matt black cable (including 10 pcs hanging hook) that blends into the background and lets the ring light shine through – like halos of light that seem to float weightlessly in the dark. It’s easy to hang from a tree or other structure thanks to ten handy hook systems.

LED ring string lights is designed for outdoor use: made from PVC and Sillica gel, it’s resistant to UV rays, and bad weather. It uses a waterproof power supply and waterproof controller (rating: IP65). So once it’s installed, you can simply forget about it!

This string of lights isn’t just cleverly designed – it’s smart, too! It’s equipped with WIFI/ Bluetooth technology and can be controlled remotely with the (free) Tuya app, which comes with a range of features that let you easily customise your lighting mood. Together, match with 2 4G Beacon remote control. To learn more about the app, please contact the manufacturer! .

LED ring string lights has revolutionised the world of outdoor ambient lighting. This overhead lighting solution will brighten up any space, day and night!

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What is RGB?

An RGB LED is an LED module that can produce almost any color using these three primary additive colors: Red, Green and Blue. The simplest version of an RGB LED has a combination of 3 separate light-emitting diodes in one package, housed under a clear protective lens. This LED package will have 4 pins, one for each of the three colored diodes and one common anode (+) or cathode (-).

The 3 primary color LEDs use the principal of additive color mixing we talked about above to make more colors than we can imagine. LEDs are dimmable by nature which allows each red, green and blue color to produce all the different hues of that color.

Technically, each colored LED can produce 256 shades. It takes a high quality and premium DMX controller to actually get every shade possible but we will go over that more in the controllers section. For now, you can see that light manufacturers combine the 3 primary LEDs with their 256 shades (256 x 256 x 256) to come up with the ‘16.7 million different colors’ slogan that so many RGB lights come with.

So how does an RGB LED create the different color combinations? It is as simple as adjusting the brightness of each LED. Increase the brightness of red and blue LEDs while lowering that of green to make purple. Turn down the blue LED and turn up the red and green LEDs to make yellow. You get the deal….the color wheel below demonstrates this process and is what you can expect to see on many RGB Control Smart Phone Apps.

Our RGB ring string light can be controlled with 2.4G Beacon remote control or remotely using the integrated Wifi / Bluetooth system compatible with the “Tuya” app.

RGB LEDs are the newest technology to use in today’s photo, video and film industry and represent the best addition for anyone to be taking advantage of.

RGB comes from Red, Green and Blue which are the primary colors of the additive color system. RGB lighting enables the user to create millions of different colors based on these primary colors.

The basic color mixing chart gives you an idea of what combinations to make in order to produce different colors.

These are ilustrated as following:

Red + Green = Yellow
Green + Blue = Cyan
Blue + Red = Magenta
Red + Green + Blue = White

The features as following:

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