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What to use for a single color LED for flood

Discussion in '101 Display Basics' started by comicrcc, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. comicrcc

    comicrcc New Elf

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    1.jpg 2.jpg 3.jpg 4.jpg What to use for a single color LED for flood
    I am trying to figure out the best way to setup a single LED color flood light for a prop or house wash area.
    If I want to use RGB I could use the 10w, 20w, etc Pixel units like in picture and I can have any color & Intensity. If I want to outline a window I can use the RGBW strips and a Renard Strip controller and I have any color & Intensity. But what can I use if I want a single color and want to change intensity??
    I know you can find dimmable LED Drivers but what is a good way to make it work like the 2 other options??

    Any ideas would be great.
    Thank You
    Bob
     
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    Use RGB and only map the channel of the colour you want in the sequencing software?
     

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