One great advantage offered by the DMX protocol is the ability to link together as many DMX receivers as you wish. Then they can all be managed through one controller, giving you fully synchronised control.
DMX LED strip example 2:
For larger projects, you’ll probably choose different LED controls – perhaps a computer-based interface. This will give you more functionality. You can set up each DMX LED strip receiver to be controlled individually. (This could be each area of a restaurant, or each room in a hotel). Once the system is installed, you’ll be able to preset times for your lights to come on and their, or even programme them to flash or pulse.
The control given by a DALI system is almost limitless – whether you want to dim to different levels in different parts of your restaurant, or control hundreds of strobing disco lights in a club or on a stage.
What is RF dimming?
RF (‘radio frequency’) LED dimming lets you set and adjust your strip lights wirelessly. The dimming controller sends a radio signal that can manage one or more dimming receivers, up to a range of 20m. We typically recommend RF dimming for use in the home, and for small projects such as restaurants or single-room installations.
An attractive feature of RF dimming is its wide range of controller options. You can choose from handheld remote LED dimmers, single-zone dimmers and multizone dimmers, wall controllers and many others.
Single-zone RF dimmers explained: