Colour Changing LED Drivers

LightwaveRF Community: Welcome Forums LightwaveRF Product Range Colour Changing LED Drivers

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  • #4690
     phil01 says:

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    It appears that LightwaveRf  distributors in Singapore are already stocking the LED drivers but this has not yet made an appearance in the UK market.

    Hopefully this product is now in the high seas winging its way to these shores. I know a few like me have been waiting on the colour changing  light strips.

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    #5018
     Justin says:

    Justin
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    Yes please!

     

    I’m looking to fit a new kitchen soon, these would be perfect for my plinth/feature lights. Any further details available?  Release date, common anode/cathode etc?

    Wifi link, plug in adapter's, wall and mood switches. Heating controls sometime?? We'll see. Lol
    #5020
     Chris says:

    Chris
    Key Master

    I’ve been in contact with my friends at LightwaveRF.co.uk. These are on the way, but they are waiting an official release date. I know many people will say they’ve heard this before etc etc, but the fact these have been seen in the wild means they really can’t be that far off. There are going to be two types, a simple white dimmable LED set and a colour set. The colour set will offer 4 shades of 5 different primary colours. Both sets are capable of three different moods and the colour set also offers a colour cycle mode. It looks like there will be sets with LED’s and power supplies included as well as standalone controllers that can handle up to 22 x 30cm 2.4watt strips.

    Chris Mills Founder and Editor - LightwaveRF Community http://cpmills.com/ http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk
    #6216
     lightning_young says:

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    Is there any further updates on the release date?
    This is just what i’ve been looking for!!!

    #6226
     rooflessdriver says:

    rooflessdriver
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    These look very interesting. Having just fitted relays to my existing tubes under the cupboards, I can see an upgrade coming!

    Is this the same thing? http://www.greenagesolutions.co.uk/Category/75/Product/584/LightwaveRF-LED-Driver-Module-230v-White.aspx

    #6238
     Chris says:

    Chris
    Key Master

    Probably, but listed at just £1 it is clear that they haven’t actually got any yet and this is just a placeholder. LightwaveRF may be cheap by other automation standards, but it isn’t THAT cheap!

    Chris Mills Founder and Editor - LightwaveRF Community http://cpmills.com/ http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk
    #6240
     rooflessdriver says:

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    Probably, but listed at just £1 it is clear that they haven’t actually got any yet and this is just a placeholder. LightwaveRF may be cheap by other automation standards, but it isn’t THAT cheap!

    Haha!!
    Yeah that would be wishful thinking!

    #6764
     rummage says:

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    What us the deal with lightwaverf Singapore??? Are they the company actually making the products? I wish i could deal direct with them. They look like they know what they are doing!

    #8793
     Matt says:

    Matt
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    Oh look what just arrived in the post! :o )

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    Lighting: LWRF LED strips, In-line dimmers, In-line relays and Plug-in modules, Inputs: Master mood switch, Magnetic door sensors, Handheld remote, Controller: Domoticz running on Raspberry Pi with RFXCom. Plus recently a stack of Z-Wave units!
    #8795
     SimonCatlin says:

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    Can you alter these via any of the “apps”? Do you have to use the included remote only?

    2 WiFi, 2 sockets, 11 light switches (7 single, 4 double), 2 mood controllers, 1 double wire free switch, 6 plug in on/off, 3 plug in dimmer, 2 PIR, 2 LED, 1 300W Inline relay, 2 signal booster, 1 Energy Monitor and 1 very patient wife. Also Heatmiser's Neo, Ring Bell, Ring Camera, Nest Protect, Canary...
    #8796
     Matt says:

    Matt
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    I can turn it on and off and set dim level from the official LWRF iOS app using the Wifi link and also from Domoticz via the RFXCom.

    Don’t have anything that can set the colours apart from the included remote yet.

    Matt

    Lighting: LWRF LED strips, In-line dimmers, In-line relays and Plug-in modules, Inputs: Master mood switch, Magnetic door sensors, Handheld remote, Controller: Domoticz running on Raspberry Pi with RFXCom. Plus recently a stack of Z-Wave units!
    #8797
     SimonCatlin says:

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    Thanks for the reply. So I guess you could set the colour and the use the app to turn it on/off and dim.

    2 WiFi, 2 sockets, 11 light switches (7 single, 4 double), 2 mood controllers, 1 double wire free switch, 6 plug in on/off, 3 plug in dimmer, 2 PIR, 2 LED, 1 300W Inline relay, 2 signal booster, 1 Energy Monitor and 1 very patient wife. Also Heatmiser's Neo, Ring Bell, Ring Camera, Nest Protect, Canary...
    #8798
     Matt says:

    Matt
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    Yes, that’s exactly how I use it at the moment.

    Bert is looking into adding support to RFXcom so with a bit of luck I’ll be able to manage it from Domoticz in the near future… :o )

    Lighting: LWRF LED strips, In-line dimmers, In-line relays and Plug-in modules, Inputs: Master mood switch, Magnetic door sensors, Handheld remote, Controller: Domoticz running on Raspberry Pi with RFXCom. Plus recently a stack of Z-Wave units!
    #8802
     SimonCatlin says:

    SimonCatlin
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    Not had the “balls” to go down the RFXcom and Domoticz route yet.
    WiFi link seems stable and I (like the rest of the world) am waiting for heating.

    2 WiFi, 2 sockets, 11 light switches (7 single, 4 double), 2 mood controllers, 1 double wire free switch, 6 plug in on/off, 3 plug in dimmer, 2 PIR, 2 LED, 1 300W Inline relay, 2 signal booster, 1 Energy Monitor and 1 very patient wife. Also Heatmiser's Neo, Ring Bell, Ring Camera, Nest Protect, Canary...
    #14787
     The Twiga says:

    The Twiga
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    This looks like just the thing I’m looking for. I want to dim a single colour (blue) led strip. Presumably I could just ignore any colour changing ability? Anybody done this?
    Rob

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