RGB LED strip has been around for a while now and has opened the door to previously unheard-of lighting possibilities but in response to popular demand though, there’s now a new kid on the block, RGB+W, which adds an extra white chip into the mix. Why might you need this?
Although RGB can produce a colour close to white, a dedicated white LED provides a much purer white tone and allows you the option of an extra warm or cool white chip.
The extra white chip also provides extra scope for colour mixing with the RGB chips to create a huge range of unique shades. Although about 15% more expensive the long term benefits are huge because this allows total lighting control to go with the theme or mood.
For instance, perhaps you are having a Vodka promotion and the colour scheme might be blue or a whisky night and then orange or yellow might be more appropriate and when it’s over you can then go back to a white of your choice because the options are there.
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