RGB LED Strip Installation Guide

RGB Amplifier must be installed after every 2 spools (32.8ft) of regular density RGB LED’s. They link together LED strips, and connect to power source to amplify the signal from your RGB controller. This keeps the color and brightness consistent throughout long runs of LED light.

 

The power source that connects to your RGB amplifier must be strong enough to power any LED strips installed after the amplifier. Above is a typical installation with 2 small power sources used to create a 4-spool (65.6ft) run of RGB LED light. The 1st power source power the 1st two strips, and the 2nd power source powers the 2 strips after your RGB amplifier.

 

If your power source is large enough, you can wire 2 separate outputs: 1 to power the 1st two strips, and the other to power any strips after your RGB amplifier.

 

When using RGB amplifiers with high density LED’s, an amplifier must be installed after 1 spool (16.4ft) of RGB lighting, high density LED strips have twice as many LED’s as our regular density light strips, and run on twice the power.

 

If your power source is large enough, you can wire 2 separate outputs: 1 to power the 1st high density strip, and the other to power the strip after your RGB amplifier.