RGB LED strips

RGB LED strips | Design Light

How do RGB LED strips work?

RGB strip is a relatively new invention in the field of lighting. The technology based on electroluminescence (LED) was used for the first time to produce a light emitting white light bulb in 2014. The RGB system is derived from the first letters of the English color names: R - Red, G - Green and B – Blue. Their combination creates countless color combinations, and this is what RGB technology is all about. So the RGB LED diodes can illuminate in more color tones than the direct translation of the RGB shortcut.

What are the utility values of RGB LED strips ?

RGB LED strips are constantly growing in popularity and it is not only due to the prevailing fashion. Their main advantage is the possibility of obtaining various color combinations of light, which has a significant impact on the appearance of the rooms and their climate.
RGB LED strip is used in clubs, restaurants and other places that want to stand out with a unique style highlighted by lighting. The problem of a classic light bulb is low energy efficiency and a high degree of heating. The RGB LED lighting does not cause too high temperature and electricity bills resulting from the choice of light source.
The desire to reduce electricity consumption is the reason why RGB strip is so often chosen. The price to be borne for its use is therefore relatively small, both in the context of budget and ecology. For many people, these factors speak for investment in this kind of modern technology. In addition to savings, the RGB LED strip is a very safe choice because it has a relatively low voltage. A very important advantage is the ability to set the light intensity.
The strip made with the use of RGB technology, can illuminate with strong or more decorative light. It depends on the setting and model of the product.


What are the possibilities of RGB LED strip sets?

Our store offers various types of products made in LED RGB technology. The strip may be in or without a gel casing. A commonly used solution is RGB LED strip with remote control, thanks to which you can easily and conveniently change the color of lighting. As opposed to e.g. LED bulbs, the RGB strip can be attached practically anywhere, including in a recess by the ceiling, in a glass case or under a kitchen cabinet. The RGB LED strip will work in most tight nooks, and the price of such a light source is relatively low. It depends primarily on the model and luminous flux of the product.