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  • RGB PWM Signal Amplifier DC5V Common Cathode For 5050 RGB SMD LED Strip Light

RGB PWM Signal Amplifier DC5V Common Cathode For 5050 RGB SMD LED Strip Light

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SKU:BY-AP-S2-5V-CC (In stock)

RGB Amplifier,
input DC 5V/12V/24V,
Output 3 chanels, 0~4A/Ch,
Common Anode/Cathode,
PWM Module,
Compatible with 5050 SMD RGB LEDs,
$7.99
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RGB PWM Signal Amplifier For 5050 RGB SMD LED Strip Light

 

RGB Amplifier can adjust to all the voltage-controlled LED controller we have, it could accept PWM (Pulse Width Module), Each one RGB amplifier can be added, the connecting number of LED will up to more than twice.

 

Technical Parameters:

 

  • Input Voltage: DC 5V/12V/24V
  • Output: 3 channels
  • Output Current: 0~4A per channel
  • Max Output Power: 60W@5V, 144W@12V, 288W@24V
  • Connecting Mode: Common Anode/Common Cathode
  • Static Power Consumption: <1W
  • Working Temperature: -20 ~ +60 DegC
  • Compatible with 5050-RGB-SMD-LED-Strip-Light


Direction for Use:


According to the screen prompts of RGB amplifier on the panel, connect the in/out signal wire by order, ensure short circut can not occur between wire. then connect power wire for RGB amplifier.

 

 

Package Included:

  • 1PC X RGB PWM Dimmer
Specifications
SKU BY-AP-S2-5V-CC
Net Weight(g) 66
Output Current(mA) 4,000
Input Voltage DC 5V
Operating Temperature -20°C ~ +60°C
Dimension 98*45*18mm
Output Channels 3 Channels
Connection Mode Common Cathode
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